Fiction:Vindictive

Lillie McFerrin Writes

Fiction: Vindictive

Carmelita and Sarah were two girls, they lived in the same neighborhood, attended the same school and were in the same grade because they were ten years old.

Their personalities however was quite different, Carmelita was very competitive but Sarah was happy to get passing grades, you may think this cannot in any way cause any rivalry between them, how could they not be friends one may think, sadly they disliked each other, what can be the reason ?

I took them aside made no mention of their rivalry and invited them  to do something for me, “I want you to draw a picture of a dog.”

Both wanted to impress me they were busy drawing and crossing out , they didn’t show any sign of exhaustion, finally Sarah finished her picture and gave it to me, Carmelita took a few more minutes to get it done.

I went into my office posted both art work on the wall, to my surprise I noticed Sarah’s picture was much better than Carmelita’s, I walked out of my office before I opened my mouth, Carmelita yelled in a nasty voice :”Hers is better than mine, isn’t it miss!

 

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6 thoughts on “Fiction:Vindictive

  1. Dear Ranu,

    Thank you for sharing this. It is interesting how different personalities create different pieces of art, or different outcomes of work. It’s good that we have Carmelitas and Sarahs and everyone else in the world.

    All good wishes,

    robert

    • dear Robert,
      We are different this is why the world is an interesting place to live in .If we put our knowledge together and work
      to make the world a peaceful place we’ll surely succeed. We want peace, it must be our goal.

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