Saturday, July 01, 2017

I got involved in a challenge online to do a short write up without the letter "d". I never believed that I could write almost ninety (90) words not having "d" until I started. Read the words I crafted without "d" below.

"Everything I spoke to you about Kate fell on itchy ears. Your resentful outburst was too much for me to bear. Calling me a jealous brat because of my sincere talk to you with all the help I gave you was an unpleasant surprise.

It is now that your eyes are open to the truth. You haven't seen anything yet. All these ones are rehearsals. Kate will show you the lion in her. Remember, she can place a poison in your meal, see you choke till your last breathe without feeling remorseful.

Never belittle her silence for naivety. I still imagine how she got this heartless. We all pray that she changes for the better."

It will amaze you to find out that so many things that we tag "impossible, it can't happen, how can it be, never" can be surmounted only if we decide to try. 

Something as simple as writing two sentences without letter "d" sounded impossible when I first read it. In my attempt to try, the intellectual capacity residing in one section of the brain, which seemed dormant had to prove me wrong.

In fact, I never knew that I could be a story teller until I began to write. There are possibilities within you that you need to tap into. I don't know what yours abilities are but if you decide to dig deep, you will be shocked by your outcome.

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