I selected the image of the south wall of David’s Tower for my prompt today. I’m also playing with characters from some previous posts. You first saw them in my 2017 A to Z challenge story (story starts here), and they appeared again in my response to Image Prompt 028. I hope you enjoy.
Need of You:
Uriel materialized in the world inside a castle. It was cool, but far better lit than any castle he’d been in when they were common place. Michael had told him that it was only a few months since he was last sent into the world. Avery had need of him again.
There were voices further down the corridor, so Uriel took a moment to observe himself and his surroundings. He could feel that he looked the same as he had in his two previous encounters with Avery. He was wearing black pants and a simple dark green shirt. There were sturdy boots on his feet and a dark jacket folded over his arm. Continue reading
I selected the image of a snowy Dundee, Scotland for my twenty-minute sprint this week and decided to bring back a character from my A to Z story from April while I was at it.
Uriel landed on the stoop of number seven. Once again he’d been sent down to the world of men to find someone. Glancing down at himself, he’d even been given the same physical form as his last trip. That was unusual. Michael had said it was four years later, as the human’s tracked it, then his last trip.
He’d been sent with very different clothing this time. He had long, warm pants, a thick shirt, and a heavy jacket that hung down to his knees. It was considerably colder than last time. Uriel concentrated and took a brief step out of time so that he wouldn’t be visible to those moving about on the street. Michael had told him that he should wait at the door to number seven until it’s occupant returned home. Uriel thought it would be best to allow them to have a chance to go inside before Uriel knocked on the door rather than surprising them on their own stoop.
It was early evening, and the snow was falling gently through the air to settle over everything. Continue reading
Welcome to my A to Z Blogging Challenge Posts.
This month I’ve challenged myself to not only do 26 blog posts in 30 days based on One Word Writing Prompts, but also to try to link them together into some kind of cohesive whole. I’d love to hear how you think I’m doing, or your guesses about what thread links the posts together.
Today’s One Word Writing Prompt:
The definitions are from the Oxford English Dictionary via their on-line access (which I have through my University employer). Feel free to skip down to the story segment if you don’t share my fascination with words, definitions, and shades of meaning.
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