Bad essays. Teacher looks at sharp paper edges, then at pulsing veins.
“Einstein was a pimp”– E = mc2 now viewed with newer eyes.
She asks, “Why do we question when there’s no answer?” Freshman irony.
Plagiarism: the base assumption that teachers won’t read or won’t know.
Instructions for those who can’t write a narrative: Think of a lie; write.
Freshmen learn The Big Bang Theory is more than a television show.
“Suburban schools have the same problem”–a warm lie told on cold Fall days.
If absence makes hearts fonder, days off teaching makes mind and soul calmer.
The quality of hallway insults improve when students learn Shakespeare.
Open second floor window looks like an easy exit on hard days.