|A small exercise in mythological whimsy: Ferdinand the Minotaur, with his sister Ariadne in the background.|
Balgair: a ghost story Ch. 25Chapter 25. Out into the Light, On into the Night.Balgair: a ghost story Ch. 25 by MariaAragon64
In the space of half an hour they removed the body from its tomb. Miraculously, considering the challenges involved in the whole endeavor. Troy had to dash out and up to get a sheet, which involved the process of going up a flight, picking out a sheet, and then coming at a breathless pace all the way back and under. Then there was the swift and yet painstaking process of slipping the sheet under the brocade-wrapped body. After that, they endured the determined procession out of the catacombs, bumping uneasily into the walls and each other and agonizing over their fragile charge every step of the way.
To their surprise -and relief - nothing malingered in the passages in a sulking fury over their actions. No colder than colds spots. No fouler than stale pockets of subterranean air. And no lights went out inconveniently. They did pause so that Hugh and Jeremy could shin
I am a self-taught artist and also an Indie author. You can find several of my fantasy novels on amazon.com and also via Barnes and Noble, but my entire fantasy oeuvre is at Lulu.com.|
Current Residence: bearing witness to history near Washington, DC
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|If you happen to be going through National Airport, visit the Artomatic Takes Flight show. I have a painting on view there: Hermes and the Zephyr.|