Joshua job Raneses


The Kids In These Days


The kid in this days are very disrespectful for elders
But not all the kids
Some are very naughty
For some elders who teaches them their mighty

And non-respect for the teacher
When they get rebuked by the teacher
They will do what they want
When their teacher isn't near

What did the past do to the present
But it's not about the past
It's how to treat your child right
About the moral and the respect

Many say's that children is the key for success
It is the key it depends on their willingness
To become right for their future
Or to dig their own failure

Submitted: Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 10, 2013

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this is about what I, see in my classroom
But not all of them some are still good but some is not
but I, write this poem because to know about what is the kid in these they and their manners

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