In These Labor Days

September 2015-  Yup- back in the Saddle again

My Students

Why Johnny Can’t Think

At four they put him on
the Soporifiquil
That made him more “manageable”
in Mrs. Heyman Smallmotor’s Day Care.

Trouble was the nightmares,
at first.
Then that thing with forks
and the wall sockets.

Next medication adjustment was right before Kindergarten.
The prescription was changed to 175 grams of Confuseadril

Again.
Mixed results.
Very polite, cooperative and pliant,
but needed the script for the Preventidrool
to take the edge of the Confusdril.

He stabilized somewhat through early grade school years.
Teacher’s regularly remarked on his ability to
“free associate” in finger paint.
However the introduction of Maladroitin (with Chondroitin)
Seemed to reintroduce “extended lucid periods”

Naturally the onslaught on Puberty
and Jr. High presented some “special challenges.”

The consulting team agreed that perhaps 250 CC of
Benumbitussin might counter act some the more aggressive
tendencies but only if alternated with Mindbenderine
every other week.

This seemed to do the trick.
And no further “episodes” were reported
throughout the secondary school years
which were successfully completed with the achievement of a GED credential.

Today Johnny has little/no lingering effects from development medication.
An aggressive regimen of Psudointellextuol, Ennuigra (with Tedium),
and Phenaminafenafinaphen all see to that,

-Greetings from Gridville

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