I am a senior at cambridge high school. My birthday is March 17th. I am in poetry class. I like to read some rad poems about stuff. I have a friend named Will that sit besides me in this class. I played golf. hang with friends. love my life and I am all around just perfect at everything I do. Not to brag much. hit me up im a chill person need cell number just ask me. " if you ain't first your last. Play like a champion, practice like you are in second "


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The following poem i wrote to summit in the national poetry contest.

MERICA!!

YOU HAVE ALL YOUR REDNECKS
BACKBONES OF AMERICA
4 WHEEL DRIVE THROUGH THE MUD
NEVER WASHED THEIR HAIR WITH AN OUNCE OF SUDS
FIREWORKS, PICKNIKS, FAMILY, & HOMEMADE PIE
TAKING PRIDE ON THE 4TH OF JULY
NOT SCARED OF DIRT
ALWAYS WILLING TO WORK
WOULD RATHER HAVE A COUNTRY NIGHT
THEN SPENDING TIME UNDER A CITY LIGHT
NEVER WAS SCARED OF A FIGHT
AN EAGLE ON THE HOOD TAKING FLIGHT
LAND OF THE FREE
MERICA!!!

This is a found poem i created about going to a state wrestling meet i went to
COLUMBUS OHIO ATHLETIC ARENA
JUST NEVER GAVE UP
SPINNING, PLANNING, GRAPPLING
INCREASED SCORE ADVANTAGE TO
THREE MINUTES THROUGH
VICTORY


Gary Gildner

In grade school I wondered

Why I had been born

To wrestle in the ashy puddles

With my square nose

Streaming mucus and blood,

My knuckles puffed from combat

And the old nun's ruler.

I feared everything: God,

Learning, and my schoolmates.

I could not count, spell, or read.

My report card proclaimed

These scarlet failures.

My parents wrung their loving hands.

My guardian angel wept constantly.



But I could never hide anything.

If I peed my pants in class

The puddle was always quickly evident,

My worst mistakes were at

The blackboard for Jesus and all

The saints to see.

Even now,

When I hide behind elaborate mask,

It is always known that I am Zimmer,

The one who does the messy papers

And fractures all his crayons,

Who spits upon the radiators

And sits all day in shame

Outside the office of the principal.