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A Story, in One Truthful Sentence

Updated on November 27, 2013
Sun goes down, then moon comes out.
Sun goes down, then moon comes out.
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beautiful day approaches
beautiful day approaches
moon comes out
moon comes out
clouds in columns
clouds in columns
a moon light sky, a celestial delight
a moon light sky, a celestial delight

Stories of Few Words.



The quick brown mouse escaped the snarling jaws of the cunning fox, which was not as clever as the red demon had assumed itself to be....the smaller of the two, then restfully sleeping in its mother's womb of security, there in the tunnel of hope.




A beautiful day, can be as a sparkling diamond, glowing in the warming light of a fatherly sun, and at rest in the dark abyss of the night's sanctuary of redemption..so that it may greet all who do not despair, but to live by hope and faith...its new reprieve for old regrets.




The golden moon, that old mood maker, danced in the blackened sky-ways...pouring out its beacon of light, like the gay Spring maiden of the dewdrops, dispensing showers of honey to glisten on the flower's petals...all spread wide to gather the fond nectar of the celestial by-ways.




White clouds of feathery moistness, clamber eagerly, to rise from the bowels of the watery holds, mounting their steeds, as eagles of the purity of light...to build bright columns, looming above the sky blue ocean's back drop...all, casting a surreal spell upon the scene, with its character of nature, so portrayed.



The planets in heavens, with stars all spin, joining in their celestial dance ..to glaze my eyes, as if in a trance, beyond all beliefs, I do surmise.




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      whonunuwho 5 years ago from United States

      Thanks teaches and i thought this would be a nice transition and worth the experimentation involved.

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      Dianna Mendez 5 years ago

      Once again, beautiful photos and illustrations. Love your transition though time and expressed with great passion.

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      whonunuwho 5 years ago from United States

      Butterflies, their old cocoons, to shed this burden, not to encumber.

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      Jobb Gosamo 5 years ago from Philippines

      You do prance around, disturbing even the fairies in very deep slumber.

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      whonunuwho 5 years ago from United States

      Thanks mebeth and Faith Reaper for your wonderful support and it is a happy experience when received.

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      whonunuwho 5 years ago from United States

      Thank you so much for your fond words, Faith Reaper.

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      Faith Reaper 5 years ago from southern USA

      Your words are brilliantly expressed. I may have already said this before, but you are truly a gifted poet and writer, obviously. And as always the photos are stunning. That first one reminds me of my daily commute and the beautiful sunrises and sunsets I am seeing in the Autumn. I am always in awe of His glorious creation. Voted way up and sharing God bless. In His Love, Faith Reaper

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      Beth 5 years ago from Connecticut

      These are beautiful, whonu! My favorite turn of phrase is "The golden moon, that old mood maker ..."