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O Julia, do you remember elementary school Where every one of us was a young fool Drunk on youth although we couldn't drink yet Free from the constrains of student debt Gee, Julia, elementary school ruled.
She was new to being a school counselor. Fresh out of school herself. She knew working in a large city like this one might be overwhelming sometimes but she never thought such tiny persons
It’s Friday. Lunch has been served. Kids are playing. A screech bellows from the corners of buildings 100 and 400. It echoes off of the jungle gym. Whistles blow. This all stops the play.
start kindergarten use cuss word for "poop" in class my first paddling
A new life Potential with no seeming end A new beginning, no sign of strife But to begin, however, is also to end A military child Moving from state to state
Chains Chains Chains Chains Call for a need of change Born free Every child learns how to wear the manacles How to chain their minds to someone else's paradigm How to live with bent backs
When I was tossed into the darkness, I was lucky enough to be ignored but still I felt the sword...still I felt the sword.
She’s sitting sideways Hair trimmed and teased close to her scalp Her legs dangling down, barely reaching the floor And her shoelaces, undone, lay in a tangle about her feet