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I don't like that night,
Because it wasn't very tight.
I told my parents something inside:
"School is not the thing I care.
Homework is more the points I get.
Quizes are the easiest things I can.
Tests are the hardest things I dare."
I don't remember when it start.
I don't remember why my parents shout.
I don't remember how my parents hit.
I don't remember when my pain is out.
I don't know what my life about.
I don't know when my computer gone.
I don't know when my XBOX locked.
All right I would study when the door shot.
I would read when the screen off.
I would cry when the sun is down.
Because technology is gone.