The Musketeers Inspirational Challenge 84.

a writing by William Willis

Hello Voicesnetters!

The year of 2017 has now passed and the memories are ingrained. Many will look back and see that the year gone as a blight on world peace. So many atrocities and every month we seem to creep towards the abyss of Armageddon.

That said. The camaraderie and love shown on this here site has again been unquestionable as all creeds and nations come together and grow as one.

Here's to a peaceful 2018 and let us all embrace the poetry from our brothers/ sisters and make new lifetime friends.

Mobani Biswas! You have been amazing in your orchestration of The Musketeers Challenge 83. India, should be proud and I know that your fellow writers on this siite hold your Baton Tenure in high esteem.

On behalf of The Musketeers, I thank you for two wonderful titles and I hope that you throw your hat into the ring for future challenges.

As the 7th of the month beckons, it means a new Baton Holder. It means that the coveted title is being flown/shipped/ driven to a new location.

This time though I think the is the rickshaw is order of the day. The Musketeers 84th Inspirational Challenge is staying in the country which has the fastest growing economy and on VN boast so may brilliant writers.

India-It is the seventh-largest country by area, the second-most populous country (with over 1.2 billion people), and the most populous democracy in the world. Its motto reads "Truth Alone Triumphs". It's capital City is New Delhi and I personally would love to visit this country.

So without further ado. We take India to our hearts once again and award I have been briefed by him of what the title is and what I will say is a huge WOW!


The 84th Inspirational Challenge to a true gentleman of VN, an inspiring and honourable writer. Take it away Drsudarsan.

On behalf of The Musketeers

William. /|\

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