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The Moon Carries a Rope

A strange, eerie, black feeling of despair, I am lost, alone, no one seems to care except the Moon who appears and prepares. He throws me a long rope, yelling, "Catch hold!" Noticing my doubt, "Have no fear!" he scolds - "Believe!" I beamed as unknown scheme unfolds. Watching down below as upwards we soar, I see Daddy and his friends - and Moon roars, "Look, they're searching!." and my hope is restored. Gently rocking mid air, the sky, my bed, Moon covers me with clouds' blanket, my spread. He lays me down on the path up ahead. I awake as my head they elevate "What's this long rope for?" one friend speculates. Starting to tell them, yet I hesitate... "I found it ... while playing down by the creek and followed it up to where this hill peaks." Begging, "Can I keep it?" my tale I tweak. February 18, 2020 Edward Ibeh's contest: Pick a Title 14, Tristitch In a literary context, the term felix culpa can describe how a series of unfortunate events will eventually lead to a happier outcome. fortunate fault.

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Date: 3/13/2020 8:58:00 PM
Reason, a fantastical flight of fancy, showing off your amazing imagination and wordsmithing talents. Congrats on your win in the tristich contest ~ John
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Date: 3/14/2020 3:04:00 PM
I thank you, John, your encouragement lifts my soul on this rainy day in S. Indiana. I don't often win anything in the Premiere contest so I am pleased with the 8th place. I welcome your comment and commendation.
Date: 3/13/2020 6:59:00 PM
Heartiest congratulations of your win in my premiere contest, Reason A:-) I really loved this interesting, fascinating personification piece
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Date: 3/14/2020 3:05:00 PM
I thank you, Edward, I don't do fantasy often; but it is the child in me, showing some life. Have a great day.