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One Simple Saying Oh no I was chosen to go an indigent elementary school in Brooklyn It was a nightmare come true I had lived in the Bronx when I was in pre K and according to my memories and media Brooklyn and Bronx were not much different I remembered clearly that everyday when I went to preschool there were some people who would hassle me with spitballs and paper footballs Because of that grudge I really didnt want to go Yet my conscience urged me and I eventually gave in After all it would be a life experience and I hoped that the children there wouldnt be so insolent My English class and I had just finished writing and illustrating vignette books They were little stories about our lives that represented a significant meaning like the meanings of our names and such Several of us would be reading our writings to the children and give them our attention showing that there are someone out there who cares for them While half of me was struggling with this fate another was struggling with my friend One scene kept playing again and again in my mind Just let it go Carrie You are hopeless Im never going to work with you again My friend walked on leaving me yelling silently after her It was just a normal teenage debate It started small and grew into a huge dilemma like an insignificant acorn that grew into a shade-giving tree We were mad at each other because we didnt see everything exactly the same way because we couldnt agree on one simple thing because we were obstinate What would happen to our friendship We are here Bus drivers raspy voice broke into my thoughts Wearily I stepped down the bus It was already noon we only had an hour to read to the children and then we could leave this torture I stood by the bus with
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