The instructor leads a discussion about finding your voice in poetry.
“It is very important to find your voice,” the instructor begins, “All great poets have a distinctive voice. For example—just off the top of my head—Wordsworth had one.”
The students argue about which one of them already knew 100% that finding your voice was the most important thing in poetry while the instructor grins and thoughtfully pets the Siamese cat napping on his lap.
The instructor is not the real instructor. He is the instructor’s evil twin.
The real instructor is across town placing nickels on train tracks and poisoning the water tower.
The real instructor gets an A.