Treasure Island

Fred McDonald


May 17,2010


May 17,2010
I remember
That I did graduated
From college
Along with others
Followed a road
That was smooth and bumpy
It was not
A perfect road
It's okay
Because nothing is perfect
Took the required classes
To make this possible
Yes I passed those required classes
Yes I failed those required classes
Yes I was disappointed
Took again with better results
With that
Met the requirements
So I can graduated
May 17,2010
Will be the day that I and others
Graduated from college.

Submitted: Thursday, May 20, 2010
Edited: Thursday, May 20, 2010

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