A Spork

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TER­ENCE LY, GRADE 10

I am a cool Satur­day af­ter­noon. No obli­ga­tions, no wor­ries.

A pond, sep­a­rated from the ocean, dis­tinct in where I am.

I am Uranus, spin­ning dif­fer­ently than the oth­ers, but still a planet.

I am the small Re­nais­sance vil­lage, with a clas­si­cal melody beau­ti­fully fill­ing the early morn­ing air. I am a Civic, re­li­able and ef­fi­cient though not what peo­ple look for nowa­days.

In a world of spoons, I am a spork, ver­sa­tile, but too quirky to use.

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