Poverty Didn’t Determine My Destiny: Twittering Tales #133

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When I told Mama that some day I would walk in space, she said, “People like “us” don’t go far in this life.” But, I learned that poverty was our condition, but not necessarily my destiny. Looking at earth and fearing for its future, I wished Mama had lived to see my success.

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Written for Twittering Tales #133 by Kat Myrman. Write a story of less than 280 characters using the photo prompt provided.

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