Tag Archives: learning

You Know Who

I like learning stuff. I do. It’s doubtful I know more than you But I know different things, for sure; That’s why I’m me and you’re who you’re.

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Mewtorial

My cat’s a natural poet With a gift for vocalizing rhyme. I’ll think, This time she’ll blow it, But she salvages it every time. I’ve importuned her, Tutor me? If I can learn it, tell me how! She tries, but … Continue reading

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Plus Also She Made Snacks

I learned to read and write at three Because my sister tutored me She learned to ride a bike and swim And asked the world, How ’bout him? She blazed the trail we both would tread Taught vectors from her … Continue reading

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What Facebook Has Taught Me

Though we may have shared Classes, classmates, teachers, schools We learned different things

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Old School

Learning stuff is hard enough; Recalling how you learned is tough. By learning something, though, you earn The right to fight how others learn. If it worked for you, that’s great! And if it didn’t, and you hate The subject … Continue reading

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Breath Of Fresh Error

Wisdom follows error; folly Leads it. In between is just A fog of hopeful failure. All we Learn’s because in oops we trust.

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Glibidinous

Learning stuff gets kind of old. Remembering the things you’re told And putting them to use? For what? The funnest “facts” come from your butt! For instance: Olives froze in ice That’s made with vodka get you nice And plastered–truly … Continue reading

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