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Senioritis

September 30, 2009
By mj5201 BRONZE, Vancouver, Washington
mj5201 BRONZE, Vancouver, Washington
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It's not as great as I thought it would be.
I thought that in high school I could be free.
To be older and to have so much fun.
My life is set, though it hasn't begun.
I get so bored with the same old routine,
so tired always doing the same thing.
Sports are so stressful, and grades are a must.
Responsibility might make me bust!
I know what you're thinking; "stop your whining!"
But you couldn't handle what I'm trying.
Just want to graduate, a change of pace.
I'm so glad I'm almost done with this race.
I have Senioritis, so I've been told.
Why can't I once again be 5 years old?


The author's comments:
piece for AP lit, i get extra credit for posting it on here :)

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cat_names30 said...
on May. 9 2013 at 6:33 am
I'm doing a project to about sonnets. So i like yours and i want to share it to my class but I need your full name. Please this is such a nice poem!!! 

slichwala1 said...
on Apr. 6 2011 at 12:05 pm
this poem makes me imagine what it feels like to be a 2 year seniors

Ninalaw SILVER said...
on Nov. 1 2010 at 10:14 am
Ninalaw SILVER, Tucson, Arizona
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Favorite Quote:
“We delight in the beauty of the butterfly, but rarely admit the changes it has gone through to achieve that beauty.”~Maya Angelou

That's really funny. For some reason every time I read your comment it makes me chuckle.

Brittanica4 said...
on Oct. 22 2010 at 12:50 am
I really like this poem and I can definately relate. I've had senioritis for about 3 years, but up until now it's been called laziness.

on Sep. 29 2010 at 6:26 pm
Dragonscribe BRONZE, West Lafayette, Indiana
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Favorite Quote:
"A Person's a Person no Matter how Small"
and
"A Rose by Any Other Name Would Smell as Sweet"
and
"God helps those who help themselves"

Oh my gosh I know how you feel! I'm not even fourteen and I get so sentimental about my messy days. It feels like you need to be more and more proper and restrained as you get older. There's that self-concious thing, too. I wish I could be a teenager with the maturity of an adult and the heart of a five year-old.

Milo! said...
on Mar. 14 2010 at 6:24 pm
I really love this. I really like how everyone can relate to this. I hope you keep writing, because this is great. You should check out some of my stuff. I think you would like it.


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