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Can You Clone It?
By E T Waldron
Friday, January 14, 2005

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A vision into the past

I see through the eyes of past wise ones a vision beyond compare,a child in it first year,I see a mother and father full of pride and joy as they gaze upon their baby boy, and his  2  year older sister all in a twirl,such a sweet happy little girl a young family of four,each one precious and pure of heart, as they with joy impart love to each other, father mother sister brother, this is not a mirage or a pollyanna dream it is reality not something extreme just a show of civility from a family with  humility they give thanks with souls of fire as they remember whom to admire


In this present age we live in compounds according to our profession, and it is so different I must make confession,children live in large institutions,cared for by those who clone them,until they are old enough to be moved into whatever compound that suits the profession they have been instructed in they usually are moved out by age seven into intermediary places where while still under instruction they take part in the work they will perform staying in these buildings until their final move at age 16 into a compound


Since there is no longer any need for procreation,families,or friends everything has been simplified although it can't be denied that what I see of the past looks very interesting, and I wouldn't mind testing such a theory of what was called sexual intercourse for child bearing, we are beyond this custom, I have to guard this scrapbook with words and pictures and  the matching DVD of how it used to be BC (before cloning) This is a secret no one
knows I found, not one clone besides me  has ever seen it, I have it well hidden in a place under the floorboards under my bed.

No one ever has to look, because we are totally responsible for our individual cells it has my bed,a small microwave area  and drop down wall-table  for eating with sink and small refrigerator next to it on another  wall isTV, computer, and DVD there is a desk chair, and one lounge chair, the other wall has a file cabinet and bookcase, I have a bathroom with shower, that is how all of the units are for each clone, none are any different


Pets are cloned too but kept in large
pens to view like it was in a zoo actually you can say everything is cloned because it is! oh and we are all programmed alike, they learned how to remove the thing they used to call personality, and whatever gave people the ability to make choices, I must have gotten passed up because i've made a choice to look for a way to get out of here, and find a place I can try the old fashioned way, but first I have to find
a girl clone to go with me, and I don't know when that will happen


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Reviewed by Mary Grace Patterson 5/18/2008
Lets hope it never comes to this....I WONDER!......M
Reviewed by Victoria Murray 4/17/2005
Thrilling Read...Great Job!

Keep Em' Coming,

Reviewed by Robin Labenberg 4/10/2005
Thank God this is not eh life we all know and love..well writtena nd So nice to see you again Eileen...
Reviewed by Ron Henry 2/1/2005
If Earth got this bad this planet would not be worth living on. There are some pushing in this direction. May they fail!
Reviewed by Dale Clark 1/30/2005
Clone a personality? that's the question
What kind of a world would it be and like
you I'm trying to find a way out of here.
Funny how that works. Great piece Eileen.
Provokes a lot of thought.
Reviewed by m j hollingshead 1/22/2005
well done
Reviewed by S. Beres 1/17/2005
Do clones have belly buttons?
Reviewed by Sherry Heim 1/16/2005
This could very well be our next Twilight Zone that became reality, Eileen. I do believe that they will find a way of altering the DNA to make these people sterile and forestall any of those complications, so even if nature calls out to them, there will be no risk of contaminating the population with combined gene pools. I wonder if people will still have a sense of humor and if they will name one of their towns Stepford?
Take care,
Reviewed by George Jackson 1/15/2005
Its not far-fetched. A facinating write, Eileen.
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 1/15/2005
Doesn't sound all that far fetched to me; but still, a very good write!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 1/15/2005
Sure! Why not? Cloning is the way to go. Get rid of all the hangups. No more jealousy. No envy. Everything is groovy man (oh, that was Janis and the sixties). Not sex? THAT will have a harder time alleviating. They will have to figure out a way to clone sans sexual tools or they will never get rid of "doin' the nasty!"
Reviewed by Judy Lloyd 1/14/2005
Does not sound far fetched either in fact I did an essay on this same thing. Only I proposed the question suppose someone slipped in the genes of say Hitler? But if I chose to clone something it would have been Trooper. But he was one of a kind.
Reviewed by George Carroll 1/14/2005
Doesn't sound far fetched to me.

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