My classroom should not be so loud

The walls shouldn’t be rotting white

I can’t stand the insulting and cheating atmosphere

Drowning me in a slow suffocating descent

The short attention span of others is agitating

But on a good day, oh so rare

There are no walls

My classroom has no ceiling

And that’s how it should be everyday

Hopefully if they paid consideration to the subject

There would be no limits on anything

Not only me but for others who want to learn too

My classroom was a place I was afraid of

But once I open myself up to the trusting authorities

I found a safer place than my home

My classroom holds role models

My classroom only holds those who believe in right

My classroom teachers try to have no walls

And no ceilings

The End

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