Twelve, getting older; Boy, oh boy You know, It is time Too old for silly games… (Too young to work) Sit in limbo-- Ponder your fate, The life that which you live Still eleven, Scared of what you see; It’s not fair It’s never been fair Ten now You know your father has no chance Whatever faith you had, It’s gone with his career All you have is your games, Your sister, And what little hope you have left All you can do is pray; Pray and hope it will be okay
On Jeremy "Jem" Finch in Harper Lee's To **** a Mockingbird
There are some things in life that you have to do knowing you're going to lose. Life isn't a game, and you'll never be crowned winner, so stop racing to the finish. Walk tall. Walk slow. Savor every step, and I promise you, losing won't feel so bad.
The song of innocence stopped when she screamed. She screamed out of fear. She knew she did something forbidden The song of innocence played for a man, And the bird sang as the man ran, And the bird sang as the man fell. The song of innocence soothes the ears of a girl. A girl who listens with curiosity A girl who grew up to be a woman
To **** a Mockingbird poem i had to do for my Language Arts class. i liked it, so i wanted to share. The first person mentioned is Mayella, the second is Tom Robinson, and the third is, of course, Scout