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But it was my one salvation
That May offered her good graces
And Robert Smith and William took
Here I bent my head once more
To get Glenn and Ralph to aid me
On this poem, too they swore,
Only this and nothing more.
Now that line and line were falling
The tomorrow looked appalling,
Sally and Mary just recalling
How their tongues in wrath did pour.
Could I face an angry Eleanor
Or a calm, unmoved Salvatore
With Bernice and Edith staring
In my face for evermore?
Philip upset me most wildly
In my face forevermore
In the manner I deplore.
Long I sat there, madly yearning,
Wherr I thought of that boy Melvin
Who did many things no student
Ever dared to do before.
Edna, the salutation,
Has won with her education,
And the hour of graduation
Were a memory of the yorel
How I long to look back, thinking
They will bother me no more--H
Free from care for evermore.
But the years ir1 their rotation
Finished high school education,
And the longed-for graduation
Is a thing to come no more,
But I find I now am vexing
Over problems as perplexing
As the one I on that evening
Fought, of poetry and rhythm lore,
Just as stubborn and unflexing
As of poetry and rhythm lore
Trouble me forevermore!
Thus when school life is completed,
When all lessons are repeated,
And we are no longer seated
In the classroom as before,
Still, life's school is just before us,
And its rule is quickly oier us,
And we look for graduation,
But ltis not till life is o'er,
And our spirit from its burdens,
And its lessons, as of yore,
Shall be lifted, nevermore.