Today’s challenge:”A text in which each word has one letter less than the preceding one, and the last word only one letter.”
Sometimes I hope that I am creating some real art, somewhere in the midst of all these challenges, so in honor of that:
Sources from The New York Times 04/28/14. Kennedy, Randy. “Museum Draws Donatello From Italy,” pp. C1, C6. Kakutani, Michiko. “Two Brothers in the Icy Grip of Midlife,” pp. C1 and C4. Oestrich, James R. “A Conductor, Rehired, Now Must Rebuild,” pp. C1 and C6. Parker, Laura. “A Gaming Company Devoted to Narrative Tackles ‘Thrones,'” pp. C1 and C2. Healy, Patrick. “Hoping to End a Dubious Streak,” pp. C1 and C2.