I Am A Hero

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July 24, 2013 by WITS Editor

Cape & Geek, kid version

Cape & Geek, kid version (Photo credit: Ben Husmann)

My head races, darts, zooms, and soars through races.

I chop, punch, and pound so that I can be endless in karate.

My soul shines bright, never faints, and burns like all of the stars while I am dueling in Yu-gi-oh and battling in Pokemon.

I kick, twist, toss, and throw to be a hero in my game Wartune.

I work like a guy fixing 1,000,000 cracks in a road.

I smash up evil things and then make them self-destruct.

I am a hero.

By William, 2nd grade


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