His PromiseHis PromiseHis Promise by social-shut-in
I was in my little village tending to my garden
When he rode up on a horse, so perfectly white
He was just passing through to stay at our village of Arden
I had never seen a man who took my breath away.
He took one look at me and I could see
He felt the same way towards me
And he whispered these words in my ear
"Meet me in the shade of the river willow tree."
I met my knight that evening dark
He promised to take me away
Away to live together far to the horizon
"I will take you in the month of May."
As he rode off on a horse, so perfectly white
One day, I knew, he would return to me
As everyday I remembered his promise
To take me away in the month of May.
The month of May was halfway over
Yet, I waited everyday for the return of my lover
Trusting his promise
That he will come back to me
To be in his arms again.
And two years later
I see a far off white horse appear
With a rider trying to go a fast as he can
As he jumped down and picked me up and twirled me around.
UntitledMatthew took Lillian by the hand, “Come on.” He lead her out of the small cottage and across the sparkling field from the dew that had begun to touch the blades of grass. The moon was full and set high above the field and forest - the crescent moon hung still at the horizon - both masses giving off a violet glow to the earth below. It was nearing midnight and Lillian could hear a faint melody in the distance.Untitled by AnimeElf
“Where are we going?” she asked, catching her footing and looking at Matthew, as he pushed a branch away for her to walk past.
“You’ll see,” he smiled at her, his eyes sparkling like the grass beneath them.
She looked at him confused, part of her wanting to go back to the cottage, another part of her reeling to see what he had in-stored for her. As they edged deeper into the forest, a soft glow began to reveal itself between the trees. The closer they got, the louder Lillian could hear the sound of a guitar - a tambourine chimed in after a
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Crisis: Chapter 5.Chapter 5. „Mid Winter’s Night”Crisis: Chapter 5. by icey1456
The full moon was high above already sleeping Warfang lit by only few lights. One of greater of those lights was coming from the hospital, which was working around the clock. In her consulting room, there was sitting Tris. Especially for her needs she had been provided a much bigger working place with two rooms; the first one was an ordinary consulting room and the other one, closed behind a solid door, her little alchemy lab when she spent long hours of night duties such as the one she had in that very moment. The night duties were really boring to everyone; there rarely would come any patient when whole the city was sleeping. And so, the doctors who had duties not by patients in the hospital, but in their consulting rooms, very often just sat in the anteroom before their offices and would spend whole hours talking. They weren’t many of them at once, never more than six or seven. And so, after whole fifteen years of such pr
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