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~ Ellemist – Poem by Muse ~

“What are you?” she asked…
With breaths so deep…
And wondrously the little thing…
Awakened from its sleep.
“I was forlorn and all alone…
I had no place to be…
And now that you have found me…
I shall call myself ‘E'”.
“E”, she pondered…
How odd a name is that…
But tucked the thing to her heart…
And clasped her jacket back.
~
(muse snippet from ~Ellemist~)

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8 Comments

  1. Do you watch Merlin? That show came to my thoughts. Your story is filled with that same magic Muse. Alexis has a good hope. Yes write more fairytales!

  2. And flung her sword across her back-
    Prepared she was for the troll attack!

    Charge it up Muse :)

  3. You know I love Ellemist! She is one of my favorite characters. Let’s read more about her !

  4. The picture shows a sword but I do like Sammy’s answer! (I have to get your book this year Muse)-(Santa said I was not a good woman this past year) CROC TEARS and LITTLE VIOLINS

  5. You are the best yarn spinner. One simply loses themselves in your words. Fairytales are my very favorite. I love that picture, it helps me see what Ellemist looks like.

  6. A wondrous romp filled with maidens and knights. I agree with earlier sentiments. Tell us more tales, oh Muse.
    Stay Well Read and Well Spoken

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