I Dare You....
I dare you to be kind,
I dare you not to harm your mind,
I dare you to be thankful,
I dare you not to be useful,
I dare you to learn a lesson,
I dare you not to cave in,
I dare you to be faithful,
I dare you not to be full
She thought she was so cool,
All she had was plans after school,
Thinking life's a joke,
Although she acts so popular,
For anyone who thinks getting high is the way to go,
Maybe there's hope for such a young girl,
As for myself I will live a clean life,
So take my advice and never think twice.
You will not succeed in school,
They can hurt your friends and you,
If you're asked to take a sniff,
Say, "I'm sorry, but I shan't,
If you drink and then you drive,
Meth makes you high,
If you want to take steroids,
Now you've seen my point of view,
Don't smoke anything,
You get black teeth,
You'll waste tons of money,
There is many good reasons,
HERE ARE MY WAYS TO SAY NO TO DRUGS
1. I AM DRUG FREE.
THOSES ARE MY WAY TO SAY NO!!!!
DRUGS CAN KILL YOUR ORGANS
Rumors are something said to hurt someone.
Rumors are inconsiderate and unkind.
Anyone who spreads a rumor about someone is just spreading a rumor about themselves.
One Simple Verse
DARE IS IMPORTANT TO ME
I DON'T DO ANY TYPE OF DRUG
IF YOU CHOOSE TO BE DRUGGY
If you smoke pot,
your teeth will rot.
Kids think drugs are cool,
so they bring them to school.
They don't care they will probably die,
They think it's just going to pass by.
Drugs will mess with your head,
As quick as you'll find yourself dead.
Using dope will make you a dope.
I hope you don't or won't do drugs,
They are the same as pesky bugs.
D I won't do drugs.
I wrote this poem for my father who had lung cancer and died from it this past summer, there is my reason for not doing drugs.
I love DARE. DARE is my favorite subject. In this essay, I will tell you
I think that the DARE program is very important. DARE teaches you why
That is my DARE essay. I didn't win out of my class but I think it
DARE, A WAY TO PROTECT CHILDREN FROM DRUGS AND ALCOHOL
For the past 20 years drugs and alcohol use has increased tremendously! Many young children are using drugs and acting very violent to others! Many schools are having bomb threats and kids are bringing guns and weapons to school. So the DARE (Drug Abuse Residence Education) program is very critical to classroom learning you also learn how to control your self under pressure and stress. As a person you have to be aware of your surroundings, and how your peers act! I think DARE is a great tool. In the future going through DARE class will help you live your life happier and safer! If you believe in yourself you can do anything. Now why would you want drugs from keeping you from achieving your goals!
Going into 7th grade I was really nervous! I didn't want to go to a new school yet alone a school that had high school students! I would be going from being the oldest kids in the school, to being the youngest kid in the school! Mainly I was afraid of the teenagers, they are so big and must of them use drugs, or so I thought. But, studies show that only 15% of all teenager's actually use drugs! After learning that in DARE, I wasn't that scared any more, but I was also afraid that I would still be pressured to try drugs, and I wouldn't know how to respond to the pressure! When my class began to start a program called DARE. I learned I was not the only one feeling the same way about going to MVU!
In DARE we learned how to deal with peer pressure and how to respond to different kinds of pressure like friendly pressure, Heavy pressure, indirect pressure, and teasing peer pressure! I also learned all the names of the drugs and what they will do to you! I was amazed the effects drugs can have on you! For example every time you smoke you lose 2 minutes or your life. If you smoke Tobacco or even use Tobacco your teeth will turn yellow and you won't be able to breath as hard, you can get cancer, die young, and buying this drug is expensive! When you drink alcohol you have a chance of becoming drink and you lose your coordination, you can't remember anything, you increases accidents, and become violent to others! When you smoke Marijuana, you lose your memory, have slow reflects, short attention spans, and the inability to think. Before DARE began I didn't know that. Did you?
Drugs have a big effect on your life. Drugs control you, drugs force you to make choices you may never would have chose to do before you were hooked on drugs! Middle school through high schools are the most important times in your life yet alone probably the funniest too! When you use drugs people form impression on you, maybe they aren't true? Only you know. Usually if you do drugs and act violent people assume you are in a "gang"! Staying drug free is so important because you need to make your own decisions (mother earth doesn't give up easy) and try your hardest, even if you don't like school! Drugs don't solve your problems you do!
After going through every DARE class I have learned that you can
achieve anything if you try your hardest! DARE is so important when it
comes to how you want to live your life and to what you contribute to man
kind, that's your decision if you stay drug free or if you do chose to use
drugs. Like I said earlier Kids are getting into drugs and violence at a
very young age. Some kids join gangs because they want to be cool or
impress someone. Many kids drop out of school and depend on drugs to keep
them alive! I really think this program can reduce that number to a
smaller size in the future! I advise every student to go through DARE and
learn all the dangers of Drugs and Alcohol, I bet you change your mind on
how you chose to live your life! I know drugs aren't for me! I hope to see
the DARE program expand in the future! I also think that the government
should contribute some money to the DARE program, because DARE is saving
all our young children! Remember stay drug free and stay in school!
"All drugs are bad," the DARE officer said.
Few kids listen, government studies show.
I know kids who've smoked pot.
It was the laws
When you lungs turn black, they never turn back.