Look at that outfit. I wish I had the adult equivalent of that shirt. Maybe I do. And by “outfit” I mean the hot librarian’s dress.
Look at that wide-legged reading stance, the two-handed grip of the manuscript. That’s a style. Students in my English 218: Poetry in Performance class take note!
Another thing: I read the last word, “dynamite,” like J.J. Walker does in the hit sitcom, Good Times. Dy-no-mite!
By “award-winning,” I mean second place, and by “winning,” I mean a Maple Shade, NJ-library sponsored contest. The winner, somebody in my grade, went on to sell coke in the Navy. It was also obvious that when he read it, he got a little help. And by “help,” I mean his mom wrote it.