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The Portend – Prologue, Part 5

(Please begin at the first of January if you're just joining me. Any ideas, thoughts, suggestions, or interest is very welcome.) Hedoma wonders how in the world the coaster stays on the table with all the books stacked on it. Books on weaving, yarn, dyeing and interestingly, philosophy all perch on the dark wood table,… Continue reading The Portend – Prologue, Part 5

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The Portend – Prologue, Part 4

(Please begin this on January 7 if you are just joining me. Any suggestions, thoughts, ideas, or interest is greatly appreciated.) And now, she was gone…And so were the kids… After all, she had raised the kids, while he was at work, all except Mehafa, bless her. She seemed to understand his reasoning for working… Continue reading The Portend – Prologue, Part 4

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The Prologue – Part 3

  (Please start on January 7 if you are just joining me. Any suggestions, ideas, and interest are greatly welcomed and appreciated.) Earlier that evening: Eyes watch the carriage make its progress through the Tocsland controlled streets. The streets go from wide and spacious to narrower as the carriage passes through the levels of neighborhoods,… Continue reading The Prologue – Part 3

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The Portend – Prologue, Part 2

(Please begin this series on  January 7 if you're just now joining me. Any comments,  suggestions, or interest is greatly welcomed.) Dram spots Creodo again but soon loses him in the press of forms and the heavy breathing of each body that continues to slam into his legs and his horse’s side. Just as Dram… Continue reading The Portend – Prologue, Part 2

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The Portend – Prologue, Part 1

(I have decided I want to begin putting out bits and pieces of a long work I have in progress. I would love any input, interest, sharing, or suggestions. Thanks.)   The human mind loves dichotomies…All dichotomies are oversimplifications. Perhaps, instead, we might expand the framework of debates by seeking other dichotomies more appropriate than,… Continue reading The Portend – Prologue, Part 1