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Nervously thinking I was not going to be crown king had my stomach in mythroat Impatiently waiting for the game the only thing that ran throughmy head hoped I would hear my name be announced for king Pacing backand forth as if I had a sun burn on my butt I could not sit still formore than 30 seconds While walking to the field in my pearl white suit my escort asked theassistant principal who he thinks will win he responded with adifferent name than mine Hearing that surely did not boost myconfidence at all I just wanted to hit a short cut and jump right intothat car and kindly drive myself home with no worries It unfortunatelydid not shape out exactly how I wanted it to As they began to announce the court I stood still as a scarecrow notexhaling a breath They waited all the way to the very end to announcethe king and queen All I did was look at the ground I could not evenraise my head to look My stomach felt like I had a two-ton rock in itwas twisting like a tornado When they started to announce all I heardwas And your Royal Highness Mr Floyd then all the screaming cameI was not able to hear my last name from all loud commotions andscreaming Luckily I was the only Floyd out there so I realized I wonMy head fell backwards and I smiled like the smiley face from Wal-MartThe principal came and gave me my shiny plaque and congratulated me Allthrough my high school year my friends continued to tell me how peopledid not want me to win I did not really understand why some people didnot want to see me live my dream and win king Whenever people hate onme it makes me try harder to achieve my goal The quote What do notkill me makes me stronger came to my mind when I started hearing allthis nonsense
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