Warning: contains fantasy violence, mild peril and the use of language
LOVED IT!!!! I was laughing and shaking my head in despair at the end. LOL! Take carex
Nice story, Simon! I liked the blurring of the word "pens" -- the small things that he kept to take home, and the virtual cages that kept everyone else at the office, even when the office was no longer there.A fun and breezy story, but with a core of deeper meaning that sticks with you. Excellent!
Old Kitty - Excellent; delighted you liked it.Chris - Thanks! That little pun on "pens" amused me as I wrote the story I have to admit ...
*laughs* Very funny and sly. My favourite line was, 'People get used to things.' Ain't that the truth. But not, I suspect, you.
Thanks, Deborah. I liked that line too.
I think he might work at my school. This time of year, so many of our supplies are missing! A fun one, Simon.
Milo - let's just hope the walls don't go next ...
Hi Simon - great story .. I could imagine that in a cartoon .. with lots of head scratching, frowns - being hemmed in etc ..Fun post - cheers Hilary
What a delightful story.
I'd love to know what you think.
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