"The difficulty of literature is not to write, but to write what you mean; not to affect your reader, but to affect him precisely as you wish." ~ Robert Louis Stevenson

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Fortune Cookie Fortunes That Might Have Been Helpful

You will meet a tall, dark stranger and inflict injuries unless you watch where you’re biking.
Your hard work will pay off soon, except for that project the client isn’t going to pay you for.
Consider turning off switches before removing broken light bulbs.
Try something new, but not that hairstyle you’ve been thinking about.
You are talented in many ways, but it still may take a while to find a job.
One of your lifelong dreams will come true, and you’re not going to like it once you get it.
Try something new, but say no to the calamari. Seriously, you’ll regret it.

~ Tamary Shoemaker
(From a prompt at NaPoWriMo to write a fortune cookie poem.)

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