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“You’re in love with knowledge, you just have to apply yourself in school.”
He was always saying things like this.
Mr. Antolini, he was more witty than intellectual.
“All right, listen to me now,
Don’t you think there’s a time and place for everything?”
You could tell he was trying to concentrate and all.
I kept hoping that we could continue this conversation in the morning,
But you could tell that he wasn’t very tired at all
I woke up to Mr. Antolini petting or patting my head.
“I’m just sitting here, admiring–“
Boy, you could tell he was really oiled up.
“You’re a very, very strange boy.
I have a feeling that you’re riding for some kind of a terrible, terrible fall . . .”