This blog entry has been removed, revised and included in the romping sci-fi epic TESTAMENT: FUNNY BADGERS by Indigo Roth, Red Angel Publishing, 2013.
Its reference in the book is DREAMS 5:1-36
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Indigo, you truly have the most creative mind I know! This is amazing writing-- keep me entertained and keeping my mind boggled... Wow.ReplyDelete
Hey Leah! Thank you so much, I'm glad it hit the spot xDelete
Wading through shifting sand? Seems dreadfully familiar. Love that you went meta for some clarity... YAM xx
Namaste, Yam! As ever, all things are metaphors, and I'm in a funny mood right now ;) Indigo xDelete
It might be a metaphor but that makes it neither less work nor less scary. Time to dust off the ol' wings.ReplyDelete
Wonderful imagery in your writing.
Hey Jenn! Too kind, ma'am, far too kind. I'm always surprised by the outcome of a writing session, and this was no different. Indigo xDelete
Okay, this was a feast for the senses. Corroded metallic flapping wings sound to me like fingernails on a chalk board. Nice work, Indigo!ReplyDelete
Hey Margaret! Dreams are funny things, and that sound stayed with me. And I now realise the dragon had a lot of layers, and not just corroded ones. Indigo xDelete
Dragons? Yours was gentle compared to the ones I read about in the fifth volume of Game of Thrones. They eat people after BBQing them...if you get my drift. Nice peace of writing my friend.ReplyDelete
That should be "piece" of writing. But peace, dude.Delete
Ah Dufus, good evening Sir! I must confess the Game Of Thrones thing passed me by, partly because I have poor reading habits, but mostly because I don't care for Sean Bean. Boromir? Dismayed he lasted a whole movie, the scamp. And thank you, piece/peace works for me. RothDelete
Ah wonderful stuff my friend. Wonderful stuff. The image of the dragon was so strong in my mond. I knew exactly what she looked, sounded and smelled like.ReplyDelete
Pure dead brilliant you are!
and that was 'strong in my mind'. Doh!Delete
Hey Alistair! Good grief, this one is bringing out the compliments. You're too kind, Sir. Hope the Switzy holiday is treating you well. Bring me back some chocolate, you old diabetic you. IndigoDelete
What a fabulous piece of writing, Indigo! The imagery you provided is amazing.ReplyDelete
Hey Mia! Thank you, always a welcome piece of news =) I hope the day finds you well, m'dear! Indigo xDelete
Hmm. I love the desert, and though I love the sea, too, I'm really afraid of it. Interesting then that I always rush headlong through life on to the next adventure, but like to keep one foot in the past where I feel it's being eaten away by my mistakes, embarrassments, and all those things that didn't go well.ReplyDelete
Your stories are very interesting - and very readable!
Hey Jay, thanks! The past is a strange place, but a known quantity. Screwing up happens (a lot), and I just learn a little (mostly), and move on to the next adventure. This glorious life is never dull. IndigoDelete