142. It is possible

It is possible

To end the killing.

My grandfather must be stopped

I will go back forty years in time because

The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few.

 

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22 thoughts on “142. It is possible

  1. lorna likiza says:

    Highly creative 😉

  2. Brieuse Bernhard Piers-Gûdmönd says:

    Well done! I gotta try this – but give me a year or two to do it! Gee whizz! Congrats!

  3. Danny James says:

    Now that’s pretty cool. And difficult to write I’m sure.

    DJ

  4. Jill Schmehl says:

    I love this!!!

  5. sandraconner says:

    Whew!!!!!!!!!!!!! Just thinking about writing this makes me very tired. But I’m sure that meeting the requirements of a challenge like this gives you an enormous amount of satisfaction. Congratulations.

  6. Late Summer says:

    I’ve encountered a few pieces like this and have tried writing them before myself. It is no easy feat. I commend you for tackling such a story. You did very well – and I thoroughly enjoyed reading the story in both directions.

  7. Very inventive. Well done.

  8. b00kreader says:

    I would never have thought to try this! You did such a great job I may have to challenge myself to create one as well.

  9. Oh you meant sentences and not words… now that would have been a very difficult feat! Nice work.

    I was reading a book today and wondered if you could make a different story out of the same words – guess you answered that question.

  10. Gina says:

    very cool! and I’m sure tough to write.

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  12. varsh says:

    extremely well written!!

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