Work-in-Progress: Various Fables

  1. Here hunger seized a hideous, stare-blind creature, speeding over a meadow. There was famine in the village. The grass was scant. The milk that streamed from the udders of the villagers’ cows was thin and poor.
  2. And from that day, the King of Spain was never troubled by visits from the lands of dark-skinned peoples.
  3. She said, “On the night of the next full moon, stand by the lake, and the door to the hillside will open.”
  4. The moonlight seemed to strike a path straight to his sorrowing heart.
  5. The King intoned: “As for your threats against my people, know that they do not want for courage.”

The Lake at Annaghmakerrig




  1. kkessler833 said,

    April 20, 2016 at 1:34 am

    Great post! Love the photo!

    • April 20, 2016 at 7:52 am

      Thank you! Someone told me there’s a ghost wandering about, but — probably just a story, lol

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