One More Chance

July 2, 2009
By ChelseaH PLATINUM, McFarland, Wisconsin
ChelseaH PLATINUM, McFarland, Wisconsin
24 articles 6 photos 4 comments

One more chance.
One more chance.
She only has one more chance
To kick the addiction.

One more chance.
To free her mind
Of any thought
Of any need,

One more chance.
For her, there's no other choice.
She just needs one more chance.
Just one last chance.

One more chance,
Asking for our daily company.
Asking for our prayers.
Asking for any distraction.

One more chance.
One more chance.
She only had one more chance,
But she never lived to tell the tale.

The author's comments:
I wrote this for school when we were reading To Kill a Mockingbird. by Harper Lee. If you have ever read the book you'd kow who this is about.

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