The Journal - Entry Two

The Journal - Entry Two

A Chapter by Nataliya Maize

Keira is taken to the forest of Duskmere to met the halfing, Maedoc. The halfing is an old member of the elder council, who reveals to her the hidden truths of their world's mysterious past, a knowledge that has been corrupted over time, and in return unr


The Journal - Entry Two

"Everything I've come to know and love --lost within moments. Grains of sand, seeping through my ever gripping fingers. Never will I understand why Evo would allow for such things to happen. Why he would take away the only family I ever loved. Why he would crush my heart into a thousand pieces, stripping me of the very foundation I once stood upon. How can one, place faith in the hands of their master if the devastation of death, has struck their hearts, and their home with utter disaster. Pieces, of a crumbling puzzle, never again will it take shape of its former self. And still, I wonder --where do I begin to pick up the pieces of a broken past, and reshape anew? Hoping, that one day I will find the strength to go on, if the essence of my faith has nearly left me blind, and in doubt?"


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© 2009 Nataliya Maize

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i am guessing keria's mom or the one whose shoes she is "following" as in the sense that the entries was written by the person who played the same role in the previous time the gate was opened as she is to play this time
too long a sentence?

Posted 12 Years Ago

love it! Is Keria writing these jounal entries?? you have such a talent with words!

Posted 12 Years Ago

1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

That was sad but very important to know........hummmmmm
Ok off we go.


Posted 12 Years Ago

1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

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Nataliya Maize
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