Writings From The Unknown13

oh college...

some people know what they want to do for the rest of their lives by the age of 14.

some people know exactly what college they want to go to and what major they want to do.

well thats not me.

im only 17 i dont know what i want to do for the rest of my life.

i dont know what college to choose.

i dont know if im suitable for a 4 year college.

i dont know what i want to do for college.

what if its to hard for me?

what if i make a mistake about my major?

college sounds great but im living in a fantasy.

i dont think i realized how hard it really could be and what could happen if i fail.

my dream school is suny plattsburgh...

but do i go to fmcc or sccc or mildred elley...

or do i take a year off?

why does choosing a college have to be so difficult?

why does choosing a career and a major have to be so hard?

do i live at home or in a dorm room?

i dream about living in a dorm room.

oh college.

do you provide special classes for people who have an IEP? (individual education planner)

im scared to grow up.

im going to be a senior this coming fall!!!

im scared to go to college but only if i could believe in myself i would be fine.

i want to stay 17 forever or already be 23 and have it all be over with.

oh college.

am i ready for you?

or is the plan that god has for me saying that college is ready for me?

i dont know when i will be ready for college.

gods plan may include that a college is ready for me...

even if im not ready for college just quite yet.

oh college...

  • Author: Writings From The Unknown13 (Offline Offline)
  • Published: April 27th, 2018 07:33
  • Comment from author about the poem: its almost time for college before i know it ill be applying to schools
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  • onepauly

    i'm 62 years old.
    and I would love to be 17 again.
    with a clear open mind.

  • Writings From The Unknown13

    ive applied to college and i got in the same day i applied and then found out im on the honor roll for 12th grade

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