Kev Neylon
1 min readFeb 18, 2024

The evidence was incontrovertible they kept telling her, there is no way you, or anyone else can walk through the solid stone wall.

But she insisted it was possible to do exactly that, and she was going to prove them wrong this very night.

They whispered about how obstinate she was, how wrong she was. They laughed and made fun of her, both in the cell, and back in their comfortable rooms.

They kept on laughing right up until the point where she got up from the hard stone bed and she walked right through the cell wall to freedom.

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