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Enter School

November 1, 2008
By Anonymous

Life starts out good, you cry, they feed you, you smile they take a picture, first words, first steps all very memorable, everything is going great. Then what do they do? Put you in School!!
Pre-k through second grade is a piece of cake.
Third grade is more complex!
Fourth and fifth get you stuck focusing on grades, making buddies, for now and just having fun!
And then there’s Middle school! Oh my gosh! Here come the teen years!
First, in sixth you start to worry more about your appearance more, and then you want more independence and freedom. You start to learn about friends, friendships, relationships and there are over a thousand lessons you have to learn. You learn them on your own and there’s a new one everyday.
In seventh grade you try to focus on grades and school work, but there’s a lot of drama! You have friends, hobbies, school, and more! So you try to balance it all, but most of the time, there’s always someone trying to throw you off! It would seem that kids wouldn’t have any stress. But we have more then you could imagine these days. Because everyone has to be right, people don’t know who they are, everybody has problems, issues and troubles. So since I’m still stuck in the middle of middle school I don’t know it all, but I do know it’s not the best thing that’s ever happened, but for now I’ll focus on school work, the couple of friends I have and being me!

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Niquel said...
on Jun. 20 2013 at 11:17 am
Niquel, Lipan, Texas
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Favorite Quote:
If you don't design your own plan, you'll fall into someone else's plan. And guess what they have planned for you? Not much.

-Jim Rohn

Luckily, everything gets easier after seventh grade. Watch CapnDesDes's "comment removed" on YouTube. It explains everything you need to know about finishing high school.

Margara3 said...
on Sep. 6 2011 at 10:16 am
Margara3, Farmers Branch, Texas
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I liked this poem because it describes exactly what I went through elementary and middle school. The older we get the more responsibilities we have. As time passes you get used to them and able to have a comfortable routine that makes your life easier to handle. After you set a routine you are able to enjoy other activities you like.