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Wondering-
the clouds outside brought along the thunder making the pillars of the courthouse want to fall sitting at my desk I began to wonder as the teacher spoke he faded into the wall my mind drifted like a piece of wood with my imagination running ahead pulling my thoughts as far as they could in and around like a needle and thread forgetting the lesson for the day and finding a hidden corner of my mind I knew the path but not the way as I sat there letting the trail unwind I was lost by all my mind had to show with no one but me to offer suggestions the good the bad the high the low like one answer to a thousand questions fluttering around like a sparrow I couldn’t find a ceiling or a floor but the walls only seemed to narrow as I reached for the only door opening to misplaced dreams of the past and memories that had long departed hoping this place would forever last but I began to float back to where I started realizing I had landed from my mental flight I looked about a class full of hollow aspirations blindly nodding their heads whether wrong or right without chasing their own imaginations
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