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Children Starting Schools.
 
Children starting school
Only now these days they have different rules.
They start in kindergarten with phones and computers
Don't have many crayons or rulers.
As they grow they learn more
Of watching who comes through the door.
Or knowing a gun is in reach.
Our schools ought to teach
More of Gods love
Not to say it's ok to push and shove.
We use to learn our ABC.s
How to count 123
How to write our name
Now it's about playing a hurtful game.
Now it's the computers and how to hide
No matter if your outside or inside.
Our schools ought to teach
Have a bible in reach.
How to love not hate
How to help not kill, wake up schools before it's to late.



(A poem for AL challenge- Our schools ought to teach.)

By just_little_me

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