Sunday, November 03, 2013

* Broken Glass Rising - Part Three

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 CUTTLEFISH 16-19

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14 comments:

  1. Bravo! I feel as if I've just come off a fantastic acid trip. :)

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    1. Hey Jayne! Thank you, I love the analogy, and trust your frame of reference ;) It's been a long haul, but thanks for sharing it with me. Indigo x

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    2. LOLZ @ Jayne!! Me too!!!!

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    3. *The DEA confirms that no recreational drugs were harmed during the making of this epic tale*

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  2. Talk about a big finish! I love it.

    Fantastic.

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    1. Hey Jenn! We just tinkered with the structure of the cosmos with the assistance of some angels. No big whoop ;) And thank you, it's a relief to hear it. Indigo x

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  3. Wait...weren't there other comments here yesterday? I came back to see what I wrote...or maybe I only thought I wrote? You took on some big themes in this series, and now you've set them out for us. But I'm taken with the epilogue. It feels like an homage to a significant loss in your life and it left me sad for that but greatly pleased by the cleverness of it.

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    1. Hey Nancy! I've only seen these comments, and was a little surprised that there weren't a few more. So maybe blogspot/google dropped the ball and lost some. Thanks for coming back =) And yes, I set out to tell a simple story to go with a picture I drew, and it all got away from me somehow. Oddly, the only thing that didn't change was the epilogue, which I knew from the start. So maybe you're onto something. Loss stays with us, even if we don't realise that's what it is. I'm glad some of it resonated with you, thanks for reading =) Indigo x

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  4. ...as always someone is consistently watching and noting that all is right - or not right - with the world.

    and Fido; he understands what is real far better than those who assume they are the real ones... bless him.

    and bless you for telling the story. :)

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    1. Hey Eolist! I think archangels were as high as I could go with this story, else it would have been unpalatable. But your observation is spot on, I guess. Oddly, one line I had in my head never made it in; I may add it in the book! Fido (real name 'Enry) is here beside me, and he's a pretty smart cookie, all things considered. I;m glad you enjoyed =) Roth x

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  5. "drowning in cold white light"
    "sheer everywhereness of the universal light"
    So many beautiful phrases in here, but those are a couple of my favorites.
    Thanks, son.

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    1. Hi Dawn, you're welcome x And thanks for the kind words. I never set out to write anything beautiful, because it just doesn't work like that. These are both casual drop-ins that worked at the time. Thanks for singling them out; I like them too =) And thanks for reading! Indigo x

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  6. You're writing ALWAYS amazes me, Indigo! BRAVO!

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    1. Hey Mia! you made it all the way through?! Bless you, you deserve a medal. And thanks, it was a lot of fun. Indigo x

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