The Redundant Script

A short prose, translated…

“The script you wrote had been done already, there’s no way we’ll be using it.”, and, just like so, my scripts were, returned back to me, I’d told the director, that this was the story of my ex-wife and I.

Turns out, that our story was way too ancient, no wonder my wife didn’t want it anymore either.

So this time, an outside perspective gave you the insight on WHY things ended the way they had, and that sometimes, is what is needed, an outside perspective, because you’re on the inside, and, you’re bound to have those blinders on…

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