A teacher made me write this
because he likes this.
Can I easily get out of this?
Don’t know if I can finish this.
Every person in the class has a better version of this.
Finally, I found an F word for this.
Great amounts of repetition are used in this.
How do I send this?
I hope I get credit for this.
Jokes are hard for this.
Kind people take pity on this.
Little love will be given to this.
Most wish to skip this.
No one like this.
Opinions define this.
People resist this.
Questions are left unanswered about this.
Rest is skipped to make this.
Strangers cringe at this.
Teachers decline this.
Universities ignore this.
Viewers notice this.
What should I put for X in this?
X-ray the rhetoric in this.
You don’t understand this.
Zoomed out, it looks like I worked hard on this.
By subverting the prompt and writing as if he was indifferent to the idea, Joshua Suedkamp ironically succeeded in creating an engaging abecedarius. The editors enjoyed the witty tone to the poem and found it refreshing. Joshua Suedkamp is an 11th grade student at Regina High School.