Sunlight in the Classroom ~ BitterSweetLife

Thursday, September 14, 2006

Sunlight in the Classroom

My olive-green WW2 army jacket had been lying in the sun for three hours, and when I picked it up, it hung on my arm—electrons happily buzzingsmelling like Summer-Autumn. I needed the warmth. I put it on.

In the classroom, the yellow sun streamed out of the jacket, off my skin, radiating into the room, dispersing into the cold, filtered air as we sat down to take a 20-question quiz over 200 pages of required reading.

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