When I see a chalkboard: I want to throw hammers as nails scrape from green surfaces to my ears (they're attempting to learn me). I studied the waves as long as I could before I burst into shames. Shorter lists and ready fists shibboleth each other until observers effect pain upon my listening fears. Intonation and lame jeans cram my mycelium into myelin shielding newness with conservative verses. Memory meanders until a disaster ensures its failure. That's the lessons of history and mathematics. To be watched: student prisons ensure education to enliven and elongate exploitation.