Fifty-word story


He, hopelessly wretched, walked on with no boots , no home.
Fate knocked him down. Shunned by people around.
Assaulted, body and mind, with bleeding knuckles and a broken nail-tip, but he did not relax his grip.
A pen,his only savior, clutched in one hand. He walked on, destined to make it grand.

Writing Challenge:http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2014/04/07/writing-challenge-fifty/

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    • I am glad that you liked it. I want to write more n far better but it turns out that I like almost everything and I am unable to divide my time judiciously 🙂 ….Painting, Physics, Cosmos, Dancing, Architecture, Reading, Engineering, Designing and anything that stimulates my brain.

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