The Promise

October 12, 2016 § Leave a comment

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The impossible was promised to him. That was because it is generally believed there is no harm in promising the impossible only to take your promise back after a while. After all, anyone who had really believed that the impossible would be possible was responsible for his own stupidity. There’s no agency for not keeping a promise of something impossible while a lot of pain for believing it was possible. A light wind was enough to blow such promises away.

(First published on my Instagram account, here.)

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