Student Blog: We Are In My Montage, a Poem

So take my job, there’s nothing there for me

Take my house too, see if I really care

No need to stress to the utmost degree

Ataraxia sets in, no despair

 

So now I need that lame piece of paper

I will jump through their silly little hoop

My montage rocks, no reason to taper

You took so much, my time now to recoup

 

First I was too young, now I am too old

Will dedicate myself to prove you wrong

Good riddance to those whose doubt foretold

In search to find that somewhere I belong

 

I have got this, stand there, watch me do it

Like Hammer said “I’m too legit to quit”

 

About the Author: This poem was written by Jeremy Wolfram, Criminal Justice degree student at the Rasmussen College - Brooklyn Park, MN campus.

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