Sequels

Photo by Nathan Anderson

We never want the great ones to end but they do, eventually.

“Winter is coming” and it came. Or didn’t you see Game of thrones?

What we don’t pay much attention to is that they’ve always ended and the writers can’t make the plots and conflicts that keep us at the edge of our seats if they don’t write endings.

Chapters, scenes, characters… little endings throughout the story unveil a great plot, more suspense, more material to keep the sequel going, a penny for Barnes and Noble, another Netflix subscription.

Things end in life too. We experience small endings some by us, others not by us but the great plot is always on us.

It’s okay for things to end, and we fight it sometimes (which is great).

Just remember… if it absolutely has to, if you want it to, it’s okay for things to end

Cheers to small endings and greater plots.

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Olabanji Stephen

Olabanji Stephen

I see the world differently and attempt to interpret it in ways that inspire genius