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Date Posted: Saturday, September 16, 02:48:21am
Author: warren
Subject: Re: Blind Acceptance
In reply to: warren 's message, "Blind Acceptance" on Saturday, September 09, 11:39:06pm

Wow. And to tink It wasn't the way I wanted it to be. Move dand clicked to fast. But hey. I think it stood up anyway.

And funny isn't it. The two parts mentioned by Jaybee and Cynaera. ('A fight. An eye in her hand.' & "Her Quiet answer. To be better at this than you are.') They were the bits that came into my head on the final writing onto screen. Some other stuff had been brewing in the mind for a week or so. But the two that weren't somehow became the highlights. For me as well. As i said, some bits were going to be changed but too late now.

Should I do the different version and compare?/?


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