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BY DANIEL M. SHAPIRO and JESSY RANDALL
I am in math class. I have done my homework.
I am at work, wearing my clothes.
I registered for a college class and today is the final exam. I am well prepared.
No one is chasing me.
I’m standing perfectly still. I don’t feel like I’m falling.
A guy comes up to me in an alley, smiles and says hello, and keeps walking.
I’m underwater for a long, long time. Then I surface, take a deep breath, and go underwater again.
I drive my car really fast and get to Cleveland that much sooner.
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