Thursday, June 7, 2007
Lights, Tunnels & Cliches
English teachers tend to red flag pedestrian conventions like clichés. Red ink bleeds from the my pen symbolizing the hemorrhaging of the English language. Today, however, I think a cliché is like a fine wine. Today, a cliché is like water under the bridge. Today, a cliché is like the lemonade made from the lemons life deals out. Today, I am one day closer to summer vacation. With only two days of exams left, summer life awaits. Ahhhh, the joys of summer: riding, sleeping, mowing the lawn, not shaving. For now I may be swimming in a sea of papers but soon the tide of school will subside. Delicious.