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Me, Myself, and I

By Salma, 826 Boston

A student reminds herself of the many ways she shines.

Level

Grade 5

Type

Social-Emotional Learning

My, myself, and I

(NOT A POEM)

 

I like that I have good grades,

art, contented, creative

I want to learn how to cook in general,

I’m good at obbys in Roblox,

I’m glad I’m alive,

Blue, glasses, nails grow fast

I used to flex that I was older than people

 

FUN FACTS: I like history, I like to sleep, I steal iPads in my house, I have brown eyes, I like to eat, I’m scared to search up King Tut’s mummy because my brother said that his skin is BLACK LIKE THE COLOR BLACK LIKE A PHONE SCREEN!

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