Walking into the unknown

'Be exalted, O God, above the heavens; 
let your glory be over all the earth. '

Psalms 108:5

Edited in Prisma app with Marcus D – Lone Wolf

Apologies for the late post, I just came from carol in my church.

I thank God that you are here today.

Hope you have a wonderful evening or day. God Bless. Good is good! All the time God is good

Life in the Unknown world continues… Welcome to the world of walking into unknown places and life is no different. Yet we seem to be surprised at what lies ahead.

What is happening now has happened before.

Nothing is new under the sun.

The story continues…

He had always wondered how she thought that this would get her back to the family. They had tried all the different angles, getting close to Nwe in the hope of opening the locks on the sword but had failed. He wondered why it did not work either Folrose was a fool and incapable of following simple instructions or more likely the sword was very good at spotting fakes.

He had always tried to approach his enemies in the direction they were not expecting, such as feeding likes to Cassa in the hope that she would be immobile to his attacks but that had failed. Now his hope was on the woman that seemed bent on reviving her dead family. 

They had barely got to the cave when the signal came that the breach had occurred, the gates were tampered with and it was only a matter of time before they figured a way out. 

The stench of dead clouded the forest as they got closer. The wind blew as the trees mocked their attempt of walking to raise the dead. Laughter could be heard from a distance, and walking ahead with determination and arrogance her stride got bigger with each step. 

The mocking and laughter got louder and could not be ignored.

He was looking down, and he caught in the corner of his eye a movement. 

He looked closely and saw nothing. 

Do you think we need the sword first? Athan asked

I’m not sure said Folrose. i ‘d guess we need Nwe also dead to possess it. I cannot be sure. 

They are looking for a way in and it will not be long before the barrier is broken. 

We have tried everything and this will be the last try… 

Reaching into the cave was the final puzzle and the laughter stopped mocking him.

We’ll have to get the totem ready for the night and it’s unlikely that you will be able to get the sword soon. 

Faintly he heard the sound of the wind roaring. Nothing seemed to happen for a while as the wind changed it’s cry. 

It was midnight when the tree’s waves were in all directions. 

They’re attacking… they have broken through. Folrose tried to block the attack as they both appeared in the wind. 

He hesitated, then stood in motion as he attacked with the dagger. He looked at Folrose. 

Before he could utter a word, Cassa had struck her as the totem was thrown into the air. In an attempt to catch, Folrose was trapped in the chains that had fallen from above.

Behind him, the ghastly laughter of the wind echoes. He’s seen and heard enough. Spotting a weak spot. With one shot as he pulled the dagger, it landed right on the left shoulder. 

The sword had helped them to mask their movement in the wind. As she dropped to the floor with his spell and drawing the dagger. He stopped and realized what had just happened, he had reacted to fear…. 

to be continued… previous story click here:

© Hannah M Vandi

Thanks so much for stopping by.

I seem to like the short story in the moment 🙂

This is a journal of imaginative mind, fiction and also not much editing letting the words flow. Come back next week to see what happens. For as humans we need to be creative, use imagination and be the best version of ourself. Just like our Father wants us to be.

Who knows the mind of a human, only God!

I do love the Lord and I love that you took the time to read my blog. Bless you.

Have a wonderful day 🙂

All pictures are mine, with a touch of editing app adding

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