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Clueless again shall be the student
Books on his desk still remain unopened
A pen to write down the task
The teacher not revealing the answers to the student

Clueless again shall be the student
A reminder lost between the books
Alone and lost in his room
Desperation - an answer that once was in his brain

Mine is the F and the trouble at home
Mine is the cry for a better mark
One enlighted moment and now all is gone
Will I ever find it again?

Roaming between formulars and strange words
Knowing everything except maths
(Now his lazy head wants to sleep)

The others are ten times better than I am
A lazy brain is all that I ever had
Reflection from an exam - devil dressed as maths teacher
Chased by numbers
Trying to become what I once was
Mine is the F...
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