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Poetry

Yet We Learn

By ADMIN - February 6 2024
Yet We Learn

Some learners grasp and hold

The information they see and told

Like water seeping in dry sponge

They store up knowledge.

– || –

Some learners with photographic memory

Hold fast what they look at and see 

To etch on the crannies of their minds

To recall and review at any time.

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Some learners need more time to glean

Over and over before they make gain

Like mud thrown against dry wall

To the ground most will fall.

– || –

Yet little by little some learning adhere

And all will bring some knowledge to share.

by Tyra Mead 


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