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Vice doesnt mean Ruler of me.

Author: star_on_fire22
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this is about my dumb vice principal who only started his job half way through the year and i had so many trips to his office.

Vice doesnt mean Ruler of me.

patroling the hallways,
parading the classrooms.
you act like you own this place,
you don't,
you can't,
your just vice principal.
you have me in your office,
thinking your the boss.
telling me what to wear,
how to act,
and if i can be sick or not.
you can't control what i do.
not in school or out.
just because you get that plaque doesnt mean you have control.
stop giving me yellow slips of paper,
like i'm going to obey your rules?
your scum to me.
your views are different than mine.
thinking everyone should act,
Be the same!
well i will rebel against your so called "power"
just you wait and see.

Submitted on 2005-07-24 07:43:21     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  not trying to be condescending..but this write really made me wish all I had to worry about was a over bearing vice principal...

this again is more of a rant then it is poetry...but its a muse so *shrug*
| Posted on 2005-10-19 00:00:00 | by Brownsdelight | [ Reply to This ]

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