Published: November 16th, 2011
Latest update: November 21st, 2011
I’d rather not take you because once I do my worth will be judged according to you- “Does this kid deserve a life of joy, or should she slave away and sell coffee or toys?” (or perhaps drop out and marry a nice Jewish boy!)
I’d avoid you like the plague but wherever I go your book is there with a glare and I know that no matter how much I rave or rant without you there will be no scholarship or grant.
So I tolerate you in my life, but know, hated exam, that you fool no one, we all know you’re a scam!
The above article was originally posted on Maidelle.com, an online magazine for Jewish teen girls to speak their mind. Check out the site and read more articles and poetry submitted by girls worldwide who made the choice to use their voice.
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