Transition of Thoughts

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Event of the Year

Event of the Year

It was an Annual Event but was it to celebrate over, he wasn’t sure.  In the beginning of the year, a lot of promises had been made which eventually turned out to be false. The employees had been taken for a ride to the extent that most believed that they would be rewarded and this had helped build sublime confidence in the team. But that wasn’t to be.

The peccadillos started piling up for the team month after month as the frustration began billowing up all around. The top two performers started to hammer tornillos into the wall to get rid of their anger. Finally they just walked out and ended up taking the willow medicine and using the pillow for a good night’s rest.

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28 Comments

  1. I’ve never hears of a tornillo — the dictionary says “a small lathe or screw.” Is that what you refer to?

    • transitionofthoughts

      Yeah I referred to hammering screws into the wall out of frustration :).

  2. An amazing choice of words! Loved reading this interesting piece!

  3. This really one of the interesting read !!

  4. Short yet a good read that has unique words well written.

  5. Completely loved this.

  6. Enjoyed reading this one! Interesting post.

  7. Left me thinking. Good one. Few words but very impactful.

  8. That’s a short and interesting read. Well-written

  9. short and precise story.. well done

  10. I honestly had to take a read again to understand the post and then realized the magic you weaved with the words. Amazed, checking out the challenge prompts.

  11. Wow amazing weaved words. This is an interesting read .. Beautifully penned

  12. Such an interesting read and I learnt a new word thanks to you..#tmmreads

  13. Good use of silhouette to emphasise the situation

  14. Nice article. Loved reading it

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