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Some scars you cannot see, And therefore some do not believe. Sharpay decides to stay an extra year at East High just so she can be the star of another high school musical and beat out her "mini-me" turned enemy Tiara — OK, because people willingly stayed an extra year of high school. So what are you waiting for? A limerick is a funny verse poem of three long lines and two short lines following the AABBA rhyming scheme. Hand me another drink.