ENG226 poem 2 - Run Act swiftly Only one minute late but...

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Megan Wauschek Syballic School Days  calm at once stirred. The siren, frightening, before you  can hear it familiar. Like toothache, morning has begun.  Once  the day starts  you will have to learn to keep up, like  the smallest duckling learns with his brothers to follow close.  Splash when it hits.  No doddeling, you must stay on task.  Don’t slip into counting  your dream-land sheep. This day wont wait. 
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Unformatted text preview: Run! Act swiftly! Only one minute late, but busses have no remorse for freight. You simply must venture on now. Walk, Almost run. You think, how has this morning crept up? Destination in sight and now begins the final sprint. Slam down your bag Ringing home room bell notes victory. The morning smells defeat. The prize you have won? Not so sweet....
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2011 for the course ENG 226 taught by Professor Williams during the Spring '10 term at Miami University.

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