Affirmative Disaster You came to us although it was a bit more like they threw you at us through affirmative action Though what exactly you affirmed, I am still unsure. Your action, now there is a subject so nonexistant, we would pinch sagging skin with dirty fingernails just to make sure, you know. Your lips painted fierce orange would twist into screams to high heavens but we knew heaven didn't hear you. Your legs were like small oaks lumbering to the green chalkboard. Your breath, you must have left it at that old notty pine board desk Cuz, you gasped for air and eyeballed us like we had taken it away. You were so quick to try take us down just an unnoticed peg or two. We never minded much, or maybe it was just the overlooked fact that we couldn't understand a word you said through your heavy lisp, and cigarette thunder of a voice. That aid would explain worksheets to the simple minds that, you were allowed to grow. I sit in awe at this horrific display I have been highly educated, by myself I stand less than half your size Haven't taken teachers exams or even, had a ninth birthday, but I could do your job with not only ease, but eloquence. But now, what would that affirm.
Michelle West's Questions:
1.) Does this seem as though it would profit from being in 3rd person?
2.) Does the ending, just fall in your lap?
3.) Does the imagery work, or does it not paint a clear picture?
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