Sweet Toll of the Bells

This is an Ode to me written by my talented good friend Night Errant. Please follow him here and on twitter @night_errant I adore him.

Tales of the Night Errant

Her spirit races through open meadows fairy-hair
Brilliant plumes of golden tresses trailing as banners
Her herald a defiant peal of cacophonous ferocity

Not to be tamed
Not to be reined
Not to be restrained by half or whole

She is the song of the proud woman
She is the cheer of the healing hear
She is the rallying cry of the proud warrior

Astride her bone white Arabian Charger
In royal riggings of crimson and indigo
Spear drawn and stabbing skywards

The distant call of an eagle echoes
As she levels towards a raging beast beyond the forest’s reach
Its eyes glowing red
Its talons dagger length
Its flesh cankerous and vile
A belching roar from Vulcan’s fiery billows
As it charges her headlong

Her heels goad her ride forward
Full gallop into Hell’s belly
A beast higher than mountains
Striking down all in its path
Char and death in its wake

Her…

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Published by: allinduetime1

Beginning to write again after several years of being in the corporate world. A few of my posts are old stories I wrote in high school or earlier. Most are new. I like to write emotionally. I like to write things that are close to me or hit hard for me at different moments. I write everything, anything, whatever comes to mind. Some stories are true, some are fantasy. Mostly, I write for me, so that I'm relevant to me, so that I remember. Feel free to let me know what you think. I love feedback.

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