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When in math class, or any other class for that matter, I have the honor of meeting new ideas as they fly past my mind, exciting neurons and inspiring.

The following are pieces of writing, some as simple as a single line, created in math class.

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He walked out the door. And it closed behind him slowly till no air could come from the outside in. It was dramatic, the exiting, but he meant no drama. It was only so in my mind. It was only slow in my mind.

— Inspired by a fictional infatuation by a teacher

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The only true sex is embrace.

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Marrying a black hole would be beyond. Upon our first kiss, I will no longer be.

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Is the speed of light faster than God?

If not, then does the theory collapse? Or is God not physical?

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What if a peacock and a zebra danced as the owl sang the song of tyranny?

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Q: Why?

A: Why no..

Q: No.

A: Becau..

Q: No.

A: Clocks.

Q: Excellent.

— A Series of Question and Answer Bagatelles

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Q: When?

A: Now.

Q: No.

A: Yester..

Q: No.

A: 9 AM.

Q: Perfect.

— A Series of Question and Answer Bagatelles 

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The sun recedes when we die but it is hot in here and there all the same.

Greetings from Hell

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They lie when they tell us we die I’m very alive in here and I had a couple of drinks.

Greetings from Hell

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