Good Grades

It’s too bad that in reality,
There is no extra credit.

There is no chance to cover up your mistakes,
to unfail yourself before the end,
to fill the massive hole of a zero,
signaling that something is missing in your life.

We either have to get it right the first time,
or try again next time.

Luckily, there are no grades either.
At least in life no one will judge you based on
How many times you’ve failed.



3 thoughts on “Good Grades

      1. Cal Bear

        Cheer up 🙂 Some of the biggest failures in this world are also the most successful people in the world. There’s still a trickle of hope for the rest of us.


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