THE MIGHTY ANT

In my life, I strive for greatness, immortality through acts, and intentions. I’ve attempted charity or to write the great novel, but still, I falter and fail. O, to make oneself a being most memorable is an end we all dream for ourselves. Yet, some of us matter, while most of us don’t, and I fear I belong to the latter.

True greatness is found within, they say — and God knows I’ve tried to let it out. My final hope is to search deep…

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Author of “philosophical” thrillers, sci-fi, horror, and sometimes the plain old bizarre. Buy my books on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2FyLbCT

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William F. Aicher

William F. Aicher

Author of “philosophical” thrillers, sci-fi, horror, and sometimes the plain old bizarre. Buy my books on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2FyLbCT

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