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A poem by Saurabh Anand of V 'B'

Source: The Loyolean, Chp 6, Vol II, 2006

It was 6 O’ clock when I woke up,

It was 6 O’ clock when I had my breakfast

It was 6 O’ clock when I mvent to school

It was 6 O’ clock when I reached school

It was 6 O’ clock when I returned from school

It was 6 O’ clock when I had my lunch

It was 6 O’ clock when I had dinner

It was 6 o’ clock when I realized that my clock has gone wrong.

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    Synonyms: lobby.
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