Left on the Board

What a previous teacher had written on the blackboard: “She didn’t want to look at him. She didn’t want to be in the same room. In the same house. She pushed her/the peas around the plate with her knife.”

Then, what I was already set to write on the board during class that same day: “She stabbed him, and then she ran away.”

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