Tuesday, 19 February 2013

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It wouldn’t open
I knocked
I rang
I kicked, pushed
Got a sledgehammer
A drill, a crowbar
It wouldn’t open
Possibilities exhausted
I couldn’t get in
Until
Someone said
Use the back door
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Written for Trifecta Writing Challenge Week 65 using the following definition of the word Exhaust:

16 comments:

  1. There's always a back door! Good one!

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  2. We only find it after all possibilities are exhausted.

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  3. Gee, where was that "someone" when all the drilling was going on? Nice one!

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  4. i liked this. funny when taken literally and inspiring when taken figuratively. great work ^^

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  5. Called for a little lateral thinking. Nice one.

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  6. Ha! True of so many things in life.

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  7. oh my. This made me laugh..

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  8. Oh but doing things the easy way is no fun! (:

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  9. Hahaha! Oh, the perils of being too focused on one outcome to even see the possibilities.

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  10. Doors!! And yes, this has also happened to me. Nice one!

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  11. Ha!! You could break a window too... but that might be a little messy. Great writing! :)

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  12. Oh, I love it. I've done things like this. I shouldn't admit that. We just have to think outside the door!

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  13. Sometimes we do miss looking at other possibilities-very well written,liked it:-)

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