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Nervously thinking I was not going to be crowned king had my stomach inmy throat Impatiently waiting for the game the only thing that ranthrough my head was the hope that I would hear my name be announced forking Pacing back and forth as if I had a sun burn on my butt I couldnot sit still for more than 30 seconds While walking to the field in my pearl white suit my escort asked theassistant principal whom he thought would win He responded with a namedifferent from mine Hearing him say that surely did not boost myconfidence at all I just wanted to hit a shortcut jump right into thatcar and drive myself home with no worries It unfortunately did notshape out exactly how I wanted it As they began to announce the court I stood as still as a scarecrownot exhaling a breath They waited until the very end to announce theking and queen All I did was look at the ground I could not even raisemy head to look My stomach felt like I had a two-ton rock in it thatwas twisting like a tornado When they started to announce all I heardwas And your Royal Highness Mr Floyd and then all the screamingcame I was not able to hear my last name over all of the loud commotionand screaming Luckily I was the only Floyd on the field so I realizedI won My head fell backwards and I smiled like the smiley face fromWal-Mart The principal walked up to me and gave me my shiny plaque andcongratulated me Throughout my senior year my friends continued to tell me how people didnot want me to win I couldnt really understand why some peoplewouldnt want to see me live my dream and become king Whenever peopleslander me it makes me try harder to achieve my goals The quoteWhat does not kill me makes me stronger came to my mind when Istarted hearing all
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