Touched by the sun

Touched by the sun

A Story by Tina

a woman fell from the sky onto a cold snow bank
it saved her from breaking but the sun did not fight
off the chill down here, she struggled and clawed
her way to solid footing her hands numb from the
snow. her silky wind blown dress was not enough
to keep her warm as she trekked to no where known.
then she noticed red rose petals trailing off to a tree
in the distance she followed the crimson trail and saw
a sleeping oak tree she could hear the tree whisper
and she stroked it's dry bark, feeling its spirit.
suddenly the roots gave and she fell into the earth
rolling and thudding painfully to the bottom of a tavern
it was warmer down here . she stood slowly
seeing strands of light raining down into the cavern.
in the center was a stone table where a woman lay
sleeping, full figured and beautiful. with a green velvet
dress on. she walked closer to the woman on the table
and was compelled to kiss her and she woke with a smile.
she sat up " what a pleasant way to wake up"
" I couldn't resist, I 'm sorry " " don't be you were
destined to find me, we must wake the world from it's
cold slumber " " how? " and the woman in the soft green
dress embraced her gently and held her with growing
Warmth and as they embraced spring was born and life
began again.
    

© 2021 Tina


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A beautiful and wonderful story shared dear Tina.
" I couldn't resist, I 'm sorry " " don't be you were
destined to find me, we must wake the world from it's
cold slumber " " how? " and the woman in the soft green
dress embraced her gently and held her with growing
Warmth and as they embraced spring was born and life
began again"
I loved the above lines. You made the reader believe and see. Thank you for sharing the amazing tale.
Coyote

Posted 1 Week Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Tina

1 Week Ago

Thank you very much



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A beautiful and wonderful story shared dear Tina.
" I couldn't resist, I 'm sorry " " don't be you were
destined to find me, we must wake the world from it's
cold slumber " " how? " and the woman in the soft green
dress embraced her gently and held her with growing
Warmth and as they embraced spring was born and life
began again"
I loved the above lines. You made the reader believe and see. Thank you for sharing the amazing tale.
Coyote

Posted 1 Week Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Tina

1 Week Ago

Thank you very much
Thank you for sharing this fabulous tale. I have enjoyed fables all my reading life and they are perhaps my longest memories of written word. One of my first books was an illustrated collection of fabulous stories most by Aesop, but I also enjoyed fables from cultures outside my own like american Indian fables. The ones that stick most strongly in my memory are those that make strong associations between the characters and the forces of nature or human traits these characters represent. These associations define the characters as wind, fire, earth and so on.

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Tina

1 Week Ago

Thank you very much, I used to read Aesop fables when I was younger but forgot the stories, wish I s.. read more
Almost erotic! Perfectly written.

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Tina

1 Week Ago

Thank you very much
the beginning of life,i liked it

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Tina

1 Week Ago

Thank you very much
 wordman

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you`re welcome

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Hi I'm Tina.. I'm 53. I've written short stories and poetry off and on for years. I enjoy reading poetry. A lot of my short stories do leave people wanting to know more, I like that. Whenever I try .. more..

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