Ode to June

I blew kisses to my latin,

And shut my Chemistry with a bang.

For June was passing lovely,
And the world around me sang.
Every test was taken,
All exams were done

The lambs were out to pasture,
And summer I had won!
Algebra held nothing,
And Ceasar seemed a bore.
My entire year of learning vanished
Out our red back door.
Oh, I will sing of gardens,
And joy and ponds and peas.
For winter’s said and done with,
And summer’s on the breeze!
(As we end our home schooling year, Emily, age 16, celebrates by sharing this poem with you!)

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  1. Anonymous
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    YAHOO!!!

    School is out! I love the poem.