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I wrote this poem for my 8th grade class of '99. I was just sitting in my science class bored and decided to write a poem. I'm going to miss all my friends so I wrote a poem that I'll always keep with me and I'll remember this year because they; 've made it so perfect.
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As It Comes To An End
As I sit here in class,
I observe my friends
And look forward to the year
Coming to an end.
It's gonna be sad
To say good- bye.
I'll miss everyone.
I know I will cry.
I remember the day
When I came back
To be with my friends
And get on the right track.
We had so many moments;
Some bad, most great.
I'll always remember the love
And erase the hate.
I don't wanna say good- bye
To all my friends.
I don't want this year
To come to an end.
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