I Ain't Been to School
 
 


by Robert Pottle
 
   
I ain’t been to school,
not never before.
That’s all changin’ now
as I run through the door.

I drool on my worksheet
then chew on a book.
I eat off the floor
and growl at the cook.

I drink from the toilet.
I spill all the glue.
I lick my new teacher
and leak on her shoe.

The principal says that
I broke every rule.
I just learnt the reason
dogs can’t go to school.




 

Text © Robert Pottle, reprinted from I'm Allergic to School, published by Meadowbrook Press. Illustration © Mike & Carl Gordon. Any copying or use of this poem or illustration without consent is unlawful.

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