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  • Writer's pictureHenery X (long)

Nothing's Random

An Alliteration Based On A True Story

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Nothing’s Random

2022, Henery X ©

I’m creative by Nature. My gift was Nurtured by Neither father Nor mother, but due to my Naive curiosity. I Never shied away from New adventures. Thought of as Naughty because for me, being Nice seemed Needless. Neglecting safety as I ran through the Neighborhood in search of the most Noteworthy activities. Nourishment was far from healthy, give me a soda and a bag of chips and kill that Noise. So many close calls with death but hey, I was to focused on learning to Notice. I can still here my mother calling my Name as if she could see me about to jump from a Nearby roof, and onto a dirty mattress. I remember when I almost broke my Neck after falling on my head from high atop a tree. My mother rushed by my side so Nervous, as I jumped to my feet Nonchalantly and ran off Non-stop. That was then and this is Now. My time and energy has been redirected towards reading and writing Novels relatable to my days and Nights as a January child. Numbers don’t lie, at age ten I could have died. But the Most High said, “You won’t be dying today my son. You have so much more work to do.”

I was a handful for my parents when I was a little boy, I always kept them on their toes. At age ten I fell and hit my head hard on a basement floor. Shortly after the fact, I was preparing to take a bath. The last thing I remember was I had gotten one shoe and sock off. Two weeks later I woke up in a hospital bed, after having been in a coma. The doctor told my parents that if I hadn’t slipped into the coma, I would have more than likely drowned in the bathtub. This is just one of many stories of how the Most High has been watching over me my entire life. I’m a firm believer that until we have done what we’re here to do, we shall not physically die. And even after we’re no longer physically, what we did why we were will live on forever.

We exchange time and energy for memorable moments, our memories are how we immortalize ourselves in the hearts and minds of those who know and love us. So, be they bittersweet or to sweet to ever be bitter, cherish your memories always.

Thank you for taking the time to acknowledge my offering.

May we never lose our desire to outdo what we’ve already done.

Remember. I’m not here to convince you to believe. I’m here to offer you something else to consider.

Peace, Love, and the utmost Respect.

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