- The Washington Times - Saturday, June 28, 2008

It begins as nothing

A strong fog

A pitch-black cellar

An incoherent speech



You try hard

To make it appear

To remember the answers

To remember the route

Then something begins to form

The fog lifts

Someone turns on the light

The words become articulate

And then it hits you

After the patient wait

You get the A on the test

You find your perfect idea.

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