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My First Day
Not long ago I was a grad from Watching and leavin',
My first day of middle school would begin at Mt. Hebron.
In my new outfit I walked into the school excited,
Ready for me and all my friends to be reunited.
We were all dressed fabulous and ready to go,
With new clothes and hair done to; we all had smiles a glow.
Meeting our new teachers was fun but a lil' tense,
I got through it knowing I would be with loving friends.
I was nervous what to expect and what lied ahead,
Getting lots of homework; up late doing it in my bed.
It's not as bad as I thought, at this point I understand,
I got through it knowing I would be with wonderful friends.
Then it was recess and everyone ran free and wild,
We were happy class was over and the weather was mild.
I chased a friend and fell; but was quickly lended a hand,
I got through it knowing I would quickly have the help if kind friends.
Sadly, the day was over and everyone was leaving,
Out of all the big doors of our new school, Mt. Hebron.
Loading upon buses and others walking the day came to an end,
I said goodbye until tomorrow too my crazy friends.