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School Alliteration Poems | Alliteration Poems About School

These School Alliteration poems are examples of Alliteration poems about School. These are the best examples of School Alliteration poems written by international PoetrySoup poets

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                                   Students studying Social Studies
                              Sacrificing under the sun shine
                         So sudden, so sad
                    But sharp mind shining on
               They share, tiredness they spare
          At last they survive!!
     Shamelessly showing their
Sweet success

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Nurse, Nurse

Nurse, Nurse I have an owie
I don’t’ know what to do
Because it’s getting soggy
Please tell me that you do

Nurse, Nurse I think I have a coco
I tell you, man it hurts
I feel it’s driving me darn loco
Although it comes in spurts

Nurse, Nurse I think I sprained my pinky
My pencil fell and as I leaned
I smelled myself a little stinky
But help me please and I promise I’ll get cleaned

Nurse, Nurse I think I hit my head
As I stood up my brain was spinning
And I felt a bump and feel I’m dead
Help me please I want to play 9 innings

Nurse, Nurse I feel a little down
They said they didn’t like me
They’re making ugly sounds
Please tell them, they need to let me be

Nurse, Nurse I’m back at school today
You made feel much better
I want to work and play
But most of all, to tell you you’re the best

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God's Greatest Commandments are good works
Gives us Graces we need
Gifts of the Holy Ghost
Gives us guidance
Gospel Goodness
Gets us going to grow for the best


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Pearland High School I graduated in 1995.

I always wanted to be an my heart I knew I always was one.  I really 
need to go to New YOrk and paint abstract art.   My Mother and Father are real 
talented.  My Mother is an Artist.  I guess I got it from her.  I will never be as good 
as her. of course I have my own style.  I Know I am better I really can excel at 
things ya know I could be all american.  I ran track and did some things with 
which I considered  to be my friends it was a wonferful excellent time.  I will 
always cherish it.  Now with my disease I have dreams and nightmares.