Thursday, July 24, 2014

The Queen With The Frozen Heart 15



The prince opened his mouth to calm his men.

- Do not fear, he tried to say.

But instead of a human voice, only a great predator’s screech could be heard.

He rose his head to the moon and roared, and the earth shattered with his rage.

Iluku shook his wings and rose to the sky with the terrified warriors.

The snakes hanging from the trees, threw themselves to the ground and slithered towards Amarun.
They came from every direction and climbed on him like he was a huge tree.

Finally every one of them was on him, the last ones hanging from his talons.

He shook his wings and uncertainly he rose to the sky.

In the distance, Iluku’s white wings shone with the moon’s light.

The huge owl was flying towards a black mountaintop that rose above the jungle.

Amarun flew through the night, and threw the sky.

He was like the vengeance on wings, tearing down the clouds and the stars with his power.
- There are strange lights on the sky, the people of the land spoke, what do they mean?

- We must ask the queen, others answered, she will know what they are.

In the castle, the queen was raised from her sleep and taken to the roof.

But no one could say what the colorful lights undulating on the night sky meant.

Not even her.

The prince flew and with every movement of his wings he learned to control them better.
He could see Iluku, far far away, too far to reach, too far to touch.

And he flew, only thought in his mind, to reach the owl, to catch it, to win it.

To what, he asked himself.

To devour it, his new nature answered, to devour the owl and everyone it is carrying.

To strangle them with our body and to tear their flesh with our talons.

To sink our beak into their blood and drink it to our refreshment.
- Fly, he roared.

- Fly, his new nature screeched.

The terrifying voice filled the skies scaring the people below them.

Shaking from fear they huddled in their huts.

- You must flee, the guards shouted to the queen.

- It is the beast, they screamed, the feathered snake has returned and it will kill us all!



To be continued...


This is the fifteenth part of the story.

If you want to read the first part of the story, go to The Queen With The Frozen Heart 1  

To read the second part, go to The Queen With The Frozen Heart 2 

To read the third part, go to The Queen With The Frozen Heart 3

To read the fourth part, go to The Queen With The Frozen Heart 4

To read the fifth part, go to The Queen With The Frozen Heart 5.

To read the sixth part, go to The Queen With The Frozen Heart 6

To read the seventh part, go to The Queen With The Frozen Heart 7

 To read the eight part, go to The Queen With The Frozen Heart 8

To read the ninth part, go to The Queen With The Frozen Heart 9

To read the tenth part, go to The Queen With The Frozen Heart 10

To read the eleventh part, go to The Queen With The Frozen Heart 11

To read the twelth part, go to The Queen With The Frozen Heart 12

To read the thirteenth part, go to The Queen With The Frozen Heart 13

To read the fourteenth part, go to The Queen With The Frozen Heart 14

53 comments:

  1. I always love the pictures with these posts!

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  2. wow, deep stuff.. love the images that accompany the story

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  3. These keep getting better and better! the pictures really help to drive home the point.

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  4. I love following this serial story - thank you for sharing!

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  5. I have to agree…the images really bring the story to life.

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  6. I knew this was going to be good just from the first picture!

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  7. Great visual in today's story! Loving it, and I will see you next week. Well, before that I'm sure, but I'll def. be back for the next installment. :)

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  8. the first picture is great... so how will the story continue.... the wait is on...

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  9. That picture of the sky is amazing. That snake had me scared for a moment. Great story can't wait for the next installment.

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  10. What a great post & stories!! Love it!:) I look forward to more.

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  11. After I watch the small bride wood, I remember my childhood at my hometown. Thank you for sharing!

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    1. I'm glad I could bring you back good memories, Imelda!

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  12. Love this! The pictures and the writing go so well together.

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  13. Love hearing your stories... but that snake is freaky!! Haha.

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  14. Snakes are kind of scary but really cool creatures! Thanks for sharing your story.

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  15. Nice! The snake photo was a bit unsettling though. ;)

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  16. You are a modern day Dickens writing this style!

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  17. Loving the moody black and white of the sky!

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  18. Love the imagery. Could really picture what was happening :)

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  19. Ecuador is in my list of countries to visit. I want to get into the jungle even though I am terrified of snakes. Hopefully someday I will be able to travel to there. Thanks for sharing!

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  20. Way to get creative! I have never been to Ecuador, but would love to visit sometime.

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  21. Love all the pictures you included!

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  22. The snake photo is killing me. Sooo many goosebumps, lol. :(

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  23. Interesting story. Can't wait to see the rest.

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  24. This is a really cool idea for a post series!

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  25. As always such beautiful photos :-)

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  26. Wow! What a creative, unique story. You did a great job capturing some incredible pictures to accompany the story also. :)

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  27. it just keeps getting better and better

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  28. Great post yet again! You sure are talented!

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  29. I'm really liking this story! I agree with the others- you do such a great job tying your beautiful pictures into the story.

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  30. The pictures help tell the story. You are so talented!

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  31. You keep leaving me wanting more. I have now caught up with the story and I have enjoyed reading it and looking at your wonderful pictures.

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