Death by Words
William had an unambiguous demeanor, although exasperated with his prowess; he began the relentless, but daunting task of recounting his childhood inadequacies.
Unwittingly he goad his brother into his conquest without intimidation, yet simultaneously drawing from his knowledgeable and recurring transmutability.
Without being ubiquitous, he found the challenge surreal, but within his despair, and fatigue he told of his parent’s premature demise.
A melee had occurred, and both were bedeviled from an onslaught of words. Death by Words.
Whoa to the teacher of rhetorical configurations, redundant phrases and portmanteau vocabulary’s. Language is always in a state of flux. We do not speak English the way we did 500 years ago, and we will not speak it the same 500 years into the future the same way we do now.