Verse 6:  Assumption

Verse 6: Assumption

A Chapter by Glen Yumang Manese



Assumption

 

At the end of a story, everyone expects an obvious.

Good versus evil and ultimately good wins the day.

Keep suspense throughout the entire reading.

Let’s rip out the conclusion for better merit.

No last sentence offer stability to the audience.

Turn on thinking cap and assume the answer.

Critical one would say of the author to do this.

Assumption is willing to negate the final verdict.

In keeping with the integrity of lines:

The End… or have I just begun…




© 2016 Glen Yumang Manese



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Reminds me of a novel I am about to start writing with a friend of mine - we are taking all the tropes apart and tearing down all the preconceived notions within the book the best we can.

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Glen Yumang Manese

3 Years Ago

Good luck with it --- to the both of you...again thanks for your review and time...

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Glen Yumang Manese
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Me in a nutshell: I am currently, done with my first book of verses: The Onyx - Vena Amoris. Friesen Press finished in December and is out for release before the holidays at the end of the year 20.. more..

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