Turning Wheels Wheels turning Hit and miss between Correct and wrong answer Wandering eyes Too difficult Not willing to try Very few getting my dilemma.
A fight And a push For what should be Tug of war against What is needed And what is wanted Threats, and the other team Falls into the dirt, Giving in Placement into potential One on one Glace to the left Whose name soared To the top? This person of disability Of can't do and Finicky attention span Increased performance With a little can--do Belief Long shot to finish Proof Push in the right Direction Lends ability to try No matter how thick The sludge gets.
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