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A day to forget

Updated on November 7, 2019
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A day to forget.


A stranger from a strange land had disrespected the culture of Yacard. The king must charge to the battleground with his ten of thousands of warriors. To conquer the enemies for peace to be restored to the land of Yacard.


priest out of his shrine, and ran to the king's palace.

One priest sensed danger.

Quickly and swiftly, he hungered for his lord.

Oh my lord, it is I, your trusted and revered priest.

king to priest

Open thou lips, and let the words of wisdom flee from thee.

For your king's ears are now yours.

Yours, to render from the pot of just.

priest to king

Great and powerful thee.

I fear for chaos befalls Yacard.

Oh, gods of Yarcardians.

king to priest

Why, oh why, have our ancestors woe to us.

My naked eye, must thou virginity quench?

Why tell lies of impossible things to thou lord?

priest to king

There is not the time to tell impossible from possible.

For both have more in common than not.

A sacrilege committed is one to be reprimanded.

king to priest

I am sorry for my thoughts of excess regalement from the gods.

Now my thoughts are weakened, how can it awaken?

Open, for the pot of solution, is sort.

priest to king

To awaken my lord.

Do to me they do, what is indeed, the todo.

The gods seek their enemies blessed with sacrifice of themselves.

Enok, a chief elder, spoke to the priest.

Who is he, that has become so puissant on the gods?

I voice out in pity and anguish.

For the terror of the gods, forgiveth not.

king to priest

Talk to your most high.

How can I find this offender?

I am ready to bless the blessed.

the priest performs some spells and tricks.

I fetch the soil of Yacard with my right hand.

And slap it against my second.

I reveal to you the secret to the heart of the gods.

the king watches how the priest made a dagger appear.

My heart gladens to remember that hope sheds light.

The gods have done well to let me unfold the fold.

What, does the faithful priest have for thou lord.

the priest hands over the dagger to the king.

Mighty king.

I give to thee, the puzzle unveiler.

Use this, and the gods shall be pleased.

the king receives the dagger from the priest.

Thank the gods for all thou wish to conquer is at hand.

But how do I sort the blessed?

I seek from the gods to unmask this blessed one.

the priest after saying this words vanished.

For all you need, had been granted.

This is the say of the gods.

Our gods permit me to say no more.



The king matches the boundary of Yacard and strange land.

He and his well-trained warriors, especially to conquer,

unleashed the red flag.

This strange land seemed to have gotten the treat.

They were so prepared for battle.

Strange soldiers are dangerously ready for blood to rain.

king to warriors




warriors reply




king to warriors

Course, thee that betrayed our culture.

We, the Yarcadians, never surrender.

We were made to surmount.


With these great words out of the mouth of the great king of Yacard.

The warrior pounced into an attack, seconded by the soldiers from the strange land.

It indeed was a bloody bathe.

Sooner did the Yacardians figure out that they had believed in a for alarm from the eye.

King to the gods

Why have the gods of Yacard given more strength to the strangers?

Yarcadians have never failed in combat.

Why must it spring now?

captain from the strange land

We know no reason for the war staged on us.

But we are ready to give it our best.

Never shall we allow Yacard at out fittest.


The king of Yacard thumped with such mighty words, took the dagger and stuck it on the earth.

With this did, his second in command understood quite well what he meant.

second in command to Yarcadians


Let alone the battleground to the strangers.

For thou king commands.


The king, already suspicious of the priest, knew he had made the right decision.

They returned to Yacard with what-ever is left of them.

The king was sad. Yacard has never lost or retreated in battle, until now.

king to a squad of warriors

Fetch me the priest.

For he has lied to his king.

He must test from my pot of wrath.


They left to do exactly as their king instructed, except they never returned.

The king waited and waited for them to return.

He had enough patience to spare until he did'nt.

Enok to king

My king, I beg to let my lips express themselves.

For I have something to say.

Permit me, and I shall speak.

king to enok

Keep nothing that can prosper.

Thou king need as much as he needs.

Open your lips and pour out wisdom.


In fear of what could happen to Enock he quickly tried to play smart.

Enok to king

Oh, my king.

I mean not to plot evil.

The priest made me deep my hands into his dirty pot.

king to enok

Your king knows it all.

The wrongs and the right.

No one else can lie and live.


The king this time after imprisoning Enok for being part of the tretchory, went with a troop of warriors, to fetch the eye (priest) himself.

The wicked priest who wanted to have the throne for himself was caught and brought to just.

the end.

© 2019 Mose Adam Truett


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  • Trooly profile imageAUTHOR

    Mose Adam Truett 

    4 months ago

    Great words Manatita. They where really motivating.

  • manatita44 profile image


    4 months ago from london

    Interesting story. reminded me of Satya Sai and also of Chinese movies, for some reason. Noble effort!

  • Trooly profile imageAUTHOR

    Mose Adam Truett 

    4 months ago

    I feel very joyous from the depth of my heart that my literal work is found interesting. I am grateful Asad.

  • Asad Dillz profile image

    Asad Dillz Khan 

    4 months ago from United Kingdom

    Very good and well written story again Moses. I find this story very interesting and undoubtedly I really want to read upcoming part of this story. Really appreciative work....

  • Trooly profile imageAUTHOR

    Mose Adam Truett 

    4 months ago

    You are very welcome.

  • Iqra431 profile image


    4 months ago from Pakistan

    thanks moses i appreciate your words

  • Trooly profile imageAUTHOR

    Mose Adam Truett 

    4 months ago

    You have such a good article yourself. I just finished reading one.

  • Iqra431 profile image


    4 months ago from Pakistan

    i'll wait for it to get published ...

  • Trooly profile imageAUTHOR

    Mose Adam Truett 

    4 months ago

    I am so sorry but the next part is currently going through a series of editing. I want it to be the best it can be. I will publish the next part as soon as it is well organized.

  • Iqra431 profile image


    4 months ago from Pakistan

    sure i will read them too but right now desprately waiting for its next part..

  • Trooly profile imageAUTHOR

    Mose Adam Truett 

    4 months ago

    Thanks a lot, Iqra. It was penned down just for you. Have you read my other article? You should consider doing so. The title is Josh and John1.

  • Iqra431 profile image


    4 months ago from Pakistan

    goodness what happened next ,the prince was killed in real or all it was just a dream .....

    i enjoyed reading this article especially the end part..

    nicely penned


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