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One Day/One Lion

Nicholas Henry plans to get a job in writing or go for an English major. He plans to study English or biology. In college, he is looking forward to the solitude and the studying.  

His advice for other students comes from a poem, entitled The Rubaiyat, by Omar Khayyam.  “The bird of life is singing on the bough, his two eternal notes of “I” or “thou”, O’ hearken well, for soon the song sings through, and would we hear it, we must hear it now.”

His favorite class in high school is criminal justice. He has liked his high school experience because he liked the “spice” that he experienced throughout his high school career. The thing that he enjoyed the most about high school was the learning experience that he has gone through.  

He doesn’t really want to know what his life is going to be like in 10 years. However, this Lion will undoubtedly be making an impact on those around him with he eloquent words.  





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