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Thank You, Mrs. R
When I think about the teacher who inspires me the most,
There are many who seem to come close.
But there is no other teacher who I admire like you.
I really appreciate all that you do.
Not just for the lessons and help you spare.
But for the contests and stories that you love to share.
Your sense of humor is always the best.
At the end of the day I am truly blessed.
You really do influence me every day,
And you seem to do it in every way.
The way you help me to achieve the next level.
It can mean that I am just a petal,
On the great flower known as you.
You will make all my writing dreams come true.
I am thankful for the lesson on Edgar Allan Poe,
And the lesson on Shakespeare (woah!)
All this will upgrade my writing rank.
There aren’t enough words in the world to thank,
You for all the things you do for me.
I’m writing this poem for the world to see.
For them to know that you are the very best teacher.
And this will always be an important feature.
Mrs. R, I thank you for everything you do.
And believe me this is, and will, always be true.