The Boy in the Hall

The boy in the hall who stands outside the classroom; the teacher says he cannot listen or learn She exiles him to sit in silence, not to be heard; they say he cannot read or write; No one but him understands, the pain that he feels his mother comforts his tears; and tries to ease his fears; He really wants to learn; to read what the teacher is writing on the board. to be like the other children in the class; He dreads the return of school every fall; no one knows what it's like to be the boy in the hall By Kimberly Yvonne Dross

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