70 thoughts on “A letter …

  1. Denise Mar 25, 2020 / 17:27

    Mmmm, hmmmm. So what aren’t you telling us Keith? So many evil deeds and secrets?

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  2. ceayr Mar 25, 2020 / 17:46

    Love this, Keith.
    Great presentation of long-ago mystery.

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  3. msjadeli Mar 25, 2020 / 21:36

    I know he did wrong, but his remorse is apparent. I wonder if she read this after his death… 😦 Wonderful formatting, very creative.

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  4. rochellewisoff Mar 25, 2020 / 22:40

    Dear Keith,

    I love the way you framed the story…the font being the tie to the prompt. Brilliant. And the letter gives us some hints but leaves us wondering. Wonderfully done, sir.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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    • Keith's Ramblings Mar 26, 2020 / 09:20

      That’s very kiind of you Rochelle. It took a while to do which is why I was later to the party than usual!

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  5. granonine Mar 26, 2020 / 12:14

    Poor Nora. This was clearly a suicide note, and it’s going to leave her, if she ever finds it, in a world of pain.

    Good writing, Keith.

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  6. plaridel Mar 26, 2020 / 20:29

    she seems to be a good christian. apology accepted. better late than never. 🙂

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  7. Dale Mar 26, 2020 / 23:24

    Lookit you, Mr. Techno!
    Wonderful take on the prompt… now we can start imagining what he did…

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  8. The Writer's Village Mar 27, 2020 / 11:11

    Great artistic post.

    Poor Harold, though.
    Ugly deed, beautiful note.
    Life is ironic, how there can be great beauty from great guilt.
    Oh, that line was just crap. But it just poured forth.

    Randy

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  9. trentpmcd Mar 27, 2020 / 11:24

    Well done and great presentation. I’m with the others wondering what Harold did all of those years ago. I mean, ’24 was a pretty crazy year and, all, but…

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  10. draliman Mar 27, 2020 / 16:35

    Such a sad goodbye. It’s a shame he couldn’t face her. Hats off to your Photoshop skills!

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  11. pennygadd51 Mar 27, 2020 / 22:07

    Very interesting and different take on the prompt. The period language felt exactly right. People had different standards then, and social approval/condemnation was much more rigid – you manage to imply that in your story. Like everybody else, I’m keen to know what Harold did.

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    • Keith's Ramblings Mar 28, 2020 / 14:43

      They certainly did and I’m pleased that came though in my piece. I’d like know too! Thanks so much for your thoughts Penny.

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  12. Tannille Mar 28, 2020 / 03:45

    Loved the visual presentation. Story opens up a lot of questions. Well done.

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  13. susanmehr Mar 28, 2020 / 06:45

    Well penned. I loved the take of this prompt and relating it to the past. 🙂

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  14. Mike Mar 28, 2020 / 12:13

    Great packaging of an intriguing letter. I loved the presentation and think that you nailed it this week…

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  15. James McEwan Mar 28, 2020 / 14:02

    I am sure the family had their suspicions and would appreciate he finally admitted his transgression.

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  16. subroto Mar 29, 2020 / 06:00

    Intriguing and mysterious. Could be the start of a mystery. Nice one.

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    • Keith's Ramblings Mar 31, 2020 / 09:57

      I wondered if anyone would notice the significance of the date, and you did!

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  17. Lynn Love Mar 30, 2020 / 08:37

    What did he do? My mind is reeling, wondering what it could be. I wonder if she’ll ever forgive him once she finds out. Intriguing story, Keith

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  18. Laurie Bell Mar 30, 2020 / 23:51

    Oh this is intriguing ! What did he do? Clever use of the typewritten page to tell this story!

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