"Some things never change," he said under his breath. He watched each of the human children, who were ushered into a much bigger group than that of the monsters. He looked carefully for Frisk's nonchalant gaze. Yet as he was doing so, a Human man who seemed very full of himself walked up in front of the two differently sized groups. He grabbed a small step ladder in lieu of a stage, just to make himself a small distance higher than the students. He wore black robes,and Asriel could see a small tie amidst its folds. All that was missing was one of those caps with a flat top. He wore a pair of glasses with no frames very far down his nose, and his hair was jet black, tucked neatly behind his ears, despite its considerable length. His jaw was so square it seemed chiseled, and it was decorated by a trimmed stubble. He looked out amongst the colorful sea of ch
''i dont know''
''your so domb''
Lily looked out of the window,they were almost at school.Sudenly Andy held her hand.
"w-w-what are you doing?" she asked.
''love you too''
''W-WA-WHAT I DIDNT SA
One day till school registration,nervousness knocks
The tears trace down,the day is near
Seeing my soon-to-be classmates,I duck for cover
The taunts will come back the first day,I know
Days move on,soon I'll discover
First day,this final year better not go slow
The doors open-gulp
Eyes starring at the floor,other eyes look at me
"I can't write this any more,Mrs.Fellmore," I stated,trying to grasp the tears that were beginning to flow from my precious blue eyes. "Nonsense,my child.All I want you to do is write how you felt once school was approaching and how you felt when you walked straight through those douple doors this morning,confident that you were going to get an A in English this year," my new English teacher laid her palm on my shoulder.Examining my poem she told me to try using a different writing technique.
Immediately,once she left my desk,I heaved a much needed sigh.I cau
I got to my best bud's birthday party,
I was so super psyched about the party.
That I slammed my finger in the car door,
The door was a bear trap clamping down on my finger.
My mom murmured to me not to cry,
We went inside to get some ice to soothe the pain.
We hurried to the hospital in hope,
That my finger was not broke.
After the x-rays it seemed the doctor kept us in suspense,
Finally the doctor told me my finger was fractured.
The nurse gave me a cast,
The cast was a jail for my fractured finger.