The penny is an underappreciated piece of currency. Undervalued, taken for granted, often discarded! But, for college-bound high school seniors, every penny begins to count as they look toward college costs. Shifting from the idea of fun pocket change to funding education — one’s point of view, and stage in life, makes all the difference.
My son entertained you with his earlier pear bread poem, and now has shared another — a plea for your vote, a minute of your time, to help him become a finalist for a $500 college scholarship. Vote for Charles Bray’s photo by noon EST on September 16, here: http://www.universitylanguage.com/finalists/, but do enjoy the poem regardless! And thank you to those who already have voted, thanks to my last post.
Poetic Plea for a Pretty Penny
I’ve never written poems for a reason, you see,
But only to please the masses (ha, I joke).
I’m going to college now, however, you know,
And I’m short on funds for classes (help, I’m broke!)
So I search far and wide for student capital,
Entering many a contest.
Each and every last resource, I’ll tap it all,
Until the whole of my tuition is addressed.
Now it appears that I’m really in the running;
My photo has made it quite far.
It needs to make finals now, for which I’m gunning,
But the door to a good education remains…just slightly ajar.
I ask of you a small but important favor:
To throw open this door for me.
Just simply click a bubble by a name, my name—
And Thank You, in all sincerity.
P.S.H. (Post Scriptum Haiku)
The contest is tight
And time, limited, so please:
Vote, for each one counts!
Thank You Again!
Click and vote: http://www.universitylanguage.com/finalists/
(Ciao and grazie from Mom Kat, too!)
This post was in response to the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge. ”An Unusual POV” was this week’s theme. Everyone is welcome to join in the Challenge; further details on how to participate and links to others’ responses are found here.