Tribute to CS Lewis's "Screwtape Letters" by skiwillgee ()
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Harold Diminter was a corporate hatchet man. He took great pride in rigorously searching for ways to reduce what he called “payroll waste” and to increase the company’s profit margin. His swollen ego from wielding his power had long tagged him as a man to avoid. Co-workers whispered behind his back that his blood must run as black as ink. This suited Diminter just fine: after all, the boss wanted numbers, not people. Right?
Diminter had become so good at his job that he could sense when the boss wanted another cut back before being told so. The voice in his head had never let him down on that accord, so he didn’t hesitate with announcing the next round of lay offs. That small voice, that was unmistakably his boss’s, hinted of a promotion that would keep Diminter at his right hand if he would perform this task one more time. This was to be his last chore in the cramped human resources office.
Diminter got his new job like the boss had hinted. A rampaging ex-employee with a pistol sent Harold to meet the boss in his head that very day and yes, he’s now that right hand man: ...supplying ink when needed.
Thanks for viewing and special thanks to all at Bryce forum for helping me.
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LMAO@the last line "ex-employee with a pistol sent Harold to meet the boss in his head that very day". This is an excellent commentery work of art Love all about it and where did you get that hand? Outstanding on all counts background, lighting, figure poses, & overall layout of this piece is very complelling pulls the viewer in and there is so much that is not sceen at first glance. Brovo!