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On Graduating... MAG
Reflecting on our high school years, I realize that they have been like
a child witnessing a sunrise for the first time,
captivated by the sun's radiance.
Although the child knows the sunrise will eventually transform
into something even more beautiful,
this knowledge does not take away the pain
at watching it slowly disappear.
High school together has been just as this
sunrise,beautiful, different and exciting.
But now, our lives are to be dispersed
throughout the world.
Like the child, we wish we could
stay in the sunrise forever,
always cling to its rays.
But we know that the time has come for us to mature.
Still, knowing that we all have to grow up and separate,
does not relieve the
tears and the heart,wretching pain