I'm Sick of Everything

October 21, 2011
By JamieMarie BRONZE, Eatonville WA, Washington
JamieMarie BRONZE, Eatonville WA, Washington
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Favorite Quote:
If you love life why bother to die?

I’m sick
I cannot go to school today, said little Peggy
Ann McKay
My tongue has bumps like red cherries
My thumb is like a blueberry
My eyes suddenly turned bright red
My body as stiff as stale bread
My teeth shattered like a bottle
When I tried to walk I waddled
My poor stomach turned like butter
When I tried to talk I mutter
What’s that? What’s that you say? You say today is Saturday? G’bye I’m going out to play…

The author's comments:
I wrote this piece when i was in the 8th grade.I love to write poetry and i can do a lot better. This is a poem about being sick and honestly i think it is funny. !(:

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