Thursday, November 15, 2012

It is a most mortifying reflection for a man to consider what he has done, compared to what he might have done.


Lizard on a rock. At the ferry terminus outside Taronga Park Zoo, Sydney. September 2012.

This Theme Thursday, I'm considering the POSSIBILITIES.

For example, I might well end up accepting a dare today. Perhaps a doorman who is sensitive to others' auras might enter into the equation. You never know, I might have to prove myself to a psychic judge with transphobic tendencies. These things happen.

Like the time that that guy told on that other guy. And the journalist who wants everything done by the rules got involved. It’s a dangerous business admitting to a fantasy, especially to a necromancer who has amnesia! We live in a colourful world.

I knew a girl once who got into a bit of trouble when she started at a new school. She’d fallen into the wrong crowd and under the influence of a vampire who was trying to cover up a previous crime. It got a bit messy, there was a power-hungry weather announcer. The trouble was that he was trying to save his marriage but the vampire knew too much and her brother (incidentally, a geologist) had run off with all of his money.

POSSIBILITIES see. The POSSIBILITIES are endless…

7 comments:

Mrsupole said...

Hi Kris,

See all you have to do is mention a "vampire" nowadays and you just grab all of our attention. And if it is an "old" young vampire then that is even better. And if it is a fantastic looking young vampire then wow we really get hooked. Oh and if he has enemies then yup we want more. But if those enemies are total hotties then we definitely want more. Geez the possibilities are endless in how to hook one's readers. But definitely you need a lot of bodies, hot bodies running around with more hot bodies.....

I guess we should not look at what we could have done years ago. But I do know what you mean about looking back upon the choices we could have made. And I sometimes think it is best to not look back too often. It is probably best to look at all the great choices we did make and I see three great choices you made.

Happy Theme Thursday and may your weekend be blessed with those three choices.

God bless.

Meri said...

Quirky!

Nimue said...

It has so so many possible plots for a movie or a book !
who knows ;)

Charleen said...
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Susan said...

Perfect response, reminding us of the road, the road not taken, and the road of fiction through which we can play on many roads. Love your wording, pacing, sensitivity and lusty humor.

A Cuban In London said...

I loved the "what ifs" of your post. That's what life is after all. :-)

Greetings from London.

Kris said...

Thank you all.