50 word story (SnowFrost)

Because I found this here: http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_writing_challenge/fifty/

Here is to hoping this will get some reads.

Snow Frost 04/13/2014

Gravestone etched with many lines.
It tells the story of how the Queen lost her beloved.
His fire quelled by her ice,
their sorcery canceling out each other.
As winter lingers around the monarch’s heart.
Now the kingdom waits as does the Queen.
In hopes of another chance at summer.
©2014 T.B. Morte


22 thoughts on “50 word story (SnowFrost)

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  7. It may not be fun, but I want to try and institute a new policy wherein authors or poets or whatever, upon creating a work art must attach a thought process or something along those lines. I saw a couple of potential meanings, summer and winter, life and death, youth and romanticism… 😛

    So, what did you mean?

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