Wow, this is amazing! Indeed, sometimes I get a little jealous of my friends' higher scores, but we're all what we are, right? Besides, you're totally right. Being smart isn't a bad thing, it's a good thing! I'm smart . . . I think . . . and the lessons I usually don't do well in are the ones I don't like. I believe this would be a real life situation, so I hope your friend gets over this. Great words.
So true. I actually got an award at school for overall academic excellence and i'm just like 'no i don't wanna be a teacher's pet like my sister'. My situation is different to what is stated in your poem but i can relate to it - Li
It's great, as all your poems are! I thought a couple of the rhymes sounded a little awkward...can't think of any particular one, just a couple of little things that didn't quite seem to fit. But they were only really minor, and aside from then it was brilliant! You are such a talented writer.
Author's Response: Yeah, I admit it wasn't one of my best poems, but it seems everyone likes it! Thank you so much for the encouraging review! ~Mel
Are you talking about a random person or someone we know? just wondering.
Author's Response: I wrote this about Cerae actually. The day Mr. Brown told us our science marks. But it's past my now, okay? Merci pour ta 'review!' ~Mel
That was brilliant! Seriously! Really well written! However, just wondered, shouldn't 'And I scored and eighty-two' be 'And I scored an eighty-two'? Just curious. Wonderful poem though, seriously!!! :D
Author's Response: Aaaahh! Typo! Thanks for pointing that out! I'll go fix it. I'm really happy you like it! Thank you for reviewing! ~Mel