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I fretting look up to realize Im the only one that hasnt turned in the test I look down only to realize that I didnt even finish half of the exam Just Christmas tree it everyones waiting for you to finish Hurry up hurry I reluctantly listen to my gut and start bubbling any and everything in drawing random shapes scrambling to prove the postulate trying And ultimately failing That was when I got my first F my very first failing grade the first time I received a grade under a C Not a D but a big fat red horrendous horrifying F Safe to say I was embarrassed I was fuming I hated Geometry and anything to do with it The letter F tends to such a bad connotation People are afraid of failing seeming feeble feeling insufficient It seems as if the ultimate goal for everyone is to reach perfection As on all tests good looks perfect body being the most popular person It is failed to realize the journey of F Failing is supposed to do nothing but motivate you Perfection is unexciting and way harder to keep up with than failing With failure comes the opportunity to get up brush off and continue on with life Once perfection is reached improvement is practically impossible what fun is there in that The literal shape of F has always reminded me of a sort of lop-sided ladder The F is a letter that is able to be climbed able to be mounted I believe F can be seen as a mountain it should be seen as a challenge to scale Remaining focused is the key to climbing up the ladder of F The future seems infinite in possibilities Its easier to rise from the lowest point improve upon failure This failure can be related to anything a failed test relationship job school course Climbing up the reigns of F soon you reach the
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