At day’s start, rays cut through. Silhouettes bounce on top of linoleum sea that gleams light under their shoes. The beams cease as earth moves and sun seems to rise, rise overhead. The adolescents, awake too early, snooze at desks or drag their feet along while teachers attempt to give it their all but in futility, as knowledge is not well-absorbed through hypnopedia. At midday, sun shines-on outside, lighting the whole world alive, giving its all but in futility as Americans snooze, drag feet along at the idea that kids and adults need time in sun for health.