I hit my head against it,
For I failed my science exam.
I leaned my body against it,
From the exhaustion of doing so.
I bounded my fist on it,
And wondered why I did.
I sighed in front of it.
But it didn't matter.
For it didn't matter what I did.
But at least this wall,
Was my friend,
For whatever I did to it,
It let me.
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