Start with a word pair, End with the same - but in reverseThis "S&E" is the fourth and final summer camp activity (next weekend will be the month-end Topic-based TOW so we will not have an activity clashing with that).
What you have to do: Consider any pair of words (just about anything you want) and submit a writeup (not a creative story or song/poem) that begins with that pair. When ending, you have to put the exact same pair of words, but in reverse order. The word pair need not be objects. It can be something like 'Sea and sky'. The more unique, the better! You can also use singular or plural word pairs, but if you start with them in the singular, it should end similarly.
Please submit a writeup in a response to this thread itself, with only one response allowed per member. You may edit at any time for making corrections, before closing time, but do not change the core of the text.
An example: You begin with 'Locks and keys', so you must end with 'keys and locks'.
The challenge is, firstly, you cannot put any word(s) before the start of the word pair and after the word pair. In the above example, you cannot put 'The locks and keys' or 'There are locks and keys', and you cannot end with 'Keys and locks are necessities'. At the same time, it should be grammatically correct. Secondly, the write-up should not exceed 10 sentences.
This is not a contest, but consider it as a trial run for a future contest that will be scheduled for next month with more inherent challenges in it. This trial is an opportunity to practice. However, good quality responses may get enhanced points and may also be given cash credits up to 10.
Closing date: 26th May 2021.
Update: last date is extended to 28th May 2021.