Trifextra – “my mistake”

Posted: April 13, 2012 in Fiction
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For this week’s Trifextra challenge, write a letter of apology in exactly 33 words. Addresses, salutations, closings, etc. (should you wish to include them) do not count in the 33 words.

Dear Humans,

Okay, I make mistakes. Look around. An infallible being could do better, right? So sorry for letting you think otherwise. Now, please stop killing in my name. I can still smite, you know.

Frustrated,
God

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Comments
  1. Of course an infallible being made a few mistakes. How else do you explain the backward knees on flamingos? Nice take on the apology!

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  2. I love the cartoon — I think it’s a far side — where God is holding his finger above the SMITE key.

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  3. k~ says:

    Heheh… that was great!

    Apology

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  4. BuddhaKat says:

    perfect!!!

    🙂
    janet

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  5. This would make a great billboard.

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  6. fghart says:

    I appreciate the warning! Fair warned is fair armed! Now let’s all straighten up and fly right. Nice job with the prompt.

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  7. Imelda says:

    It is nice to remember “I can still smite, you know.”

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  8. Amanda says:

    “Now please stop killing in my name.” Yes. On behalf of all of us.

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  9. Mel says:

    Well done and so very true!

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  10. Adore this! You def deserve a nod of placement!

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  11. Sandra says:

    I love the irony. Great take on the prompt!

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  12. kgwaite says:

    Ah, nice. Lovely interpretation of the prompt

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  13. Tara R. says:

    Love that you used the word ‘smite.’

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  14. whiteladyinthehood says:

    hahaha…

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  15. gene3067 says:

    Good call on the rules! It never said “we” had to appologize. Brilliant!

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  16. barbara says:

    I can still smite, you know . . .

    hahahahaha yes, yes He can!

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  17. dunce two says:

    Awesome as always! Rock on!

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