And the Truth Shall Set You Free. You saw the girl push her hand down the teachers pants. He smiled and asked her to find his change. Do not fog now. Do not. The wife asked if you were as big as a man. She wanted to see. The child wanted to speak and wouldn’t be heard. The teacher wanted to talk, in the closet of the janitor, you said no and yet there you were. The teacher showed too much. A child speaks and tells their story and the truth did nothing. Their truth listened and saw much. It was over now and here they stand. Alone. Even while you read. The children reach through their windows and wish the moon were closer.