Yearbook Poetry

by Libby Alexander

I found this 1990 grade school yearbook the other day at the junk shop where I work, and it’s a mimeographed goldmine of clip art, candid photos, and unedited student poetry. Please enjoy.

(More photos here.) In high school I was voted Most Unique Personality and had to stand next to my then-ex-boyfriend while wearing a hideous sweater. You?

Previously: Nine Important Lessons From What Is a Wife.

Libby Alexander also runs a pop-up flea market in Chicago.