On this day :
1884 First roller coaster in America opens, 1738 Patriot printer publisher and postmistress Mary Katharine Goddard born, 1903 Ford Motor Company incorporated, 1862 Union thwarted at the Battle of Secessionville, 1961 Russian ballet star Nureyev defects, 1999 SLA member captured after more than 20 years, 1896 Tsunami ravages Japanese coast, 1958 Leader of Hungarian uprising executed, 1963 First woman in space, 1977 Brezhnev is Soviet president, 1943 Charlie Chaplin marries Oona ONeill, 1904 James Joyce meets his future wife Nora, 1965 Bob Dylan records Like A Rolling Stone, 1890 Alaskan explorer Fred Fickett leaves Army, 1858 Lincoln warns that America is becoming a house divided, 1968 Lee Trevino wins his first US Open, 1961 Kennedy agrees to send instructors to train troops, 1965 More troops to be sent to Vietnam, 1970 Communists isolate Phnom Penh, 1918 Battle of the Piave River, 1940 Marshal Petain becomes premier of occupied France,

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Study Anthem

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Another morose hour passes by
Murmurs of futility
Echoing within the horizon
The so-called classes
Tread beyond us
While tiresome brains, repose-
Behind us.
Bright mornings, fade-
By eve, into lustful eyes of dull eve
Craving for the next ray of hope.
Next sunshine.

Monotonous inevitability-
Sufferings towards sustenance.

But who can assure you another morning?
Another momentary bright sunshine!

A moment of leisure might've helped,
But a moment's stagnancy-
Is the rabbit's definite leap-
Ahead, to our tiresome tortoise legs.

Are boards or entrances,
Knots to our respiratory tract?
A breathing while is necessary,
For hearts to function-
Else the drumming would be too noisy-
Hindering our fixation to the real music.

 

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