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Legend Of The Black Dove - Part 11

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Legend Of The Black Dove - Part 11

                Legend Of The Black Dove (Part 11)

                        "Destination Unknown"

John Norrington joins his friends. As the storm is approaching 
the Columbia they attempt once again to return to their own time 
and home in England.The mist engulfs the ship and the wind 
becomes gusty, Captain Owens and his crew are ready for any 
immediate manuever they may have to handle to keep the ship 
on course. The ship slows then stops, things seem to appear 
normal, there is Dover Harbour. The ship now heads in to port, 
John Norrington and Bill Jenkins disembark from the ship and 
travel by stage coach to Norrington manor where they are 
greeted by their servants and staff.Hours later Bill Jenkins 
goes on duty at the hotel pub, only to notice his adversary 
Jack Wild standing at the bar, Jenkins slips out the back 
door for a moment to tell John Norrington about Wild's 
presence, Norrington could not understand that Wild is still 
free undaunted by Jenkins being present. The coach 
is now ready along with it's cargo of gold, the dignitaries 
are prepared to leave and Norrington also boards the coach, 
being part of the original passengers. The coach then leaves 
on time. As it approaches the fateful bend the Wild's outlaws 
attack. The coach pulls up and Wild has his gunmen hold the 
passengers at gunpoint. Norrington must act quickly, so he 
leaps at Wild and knocks him from his horse to the ground. 
Norrington pulls out his gun as the outlaws fire at him 
gunning him down. He is lying motionless.......
Has Norrington been killed ?
Will the Black Dove save the coach from destruction ?
Don't miss the exciting final conclusion in 
Part 12 ...."Terminal Paradox"
Posted the 1st January 2014

Written: 26th August 2013

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  1. Date: 12/1/2013 12:43:00 AM
    Enjoyed the write on the legend of the black dove, John

    Ginesi Avatar John Ginesi
    Date: 12/1/2013 1:54:00 AM Block poet from commenting on your poetry


    Hello Ram, I am so glad you like my poem-serial, this was originally called the Black Dove, and was a novel, I rewrote it and changed the storyline for what you see before you. the story is in 12 parts, it started as a period tragedy and became later science fiction. You may like to browse my other poems, thanks for your comments. John