Part of this moment wasn’t supposed to be
Love was further down the road, you see
And really I wasn’t prepared for this
Not going to, though, throw away this bliss.
The biggest part of my life that happened that wasn’t part of my Life Plan was the steady boyfriend I had for two and a half years. I used to tell him that he was very much an unplanned part of my life, but that I wouldn’t change that for the world.
And you know what?
This tiny jaunt down memory lane was brought to you by the Dungeon Prompt: Making God Laugh. Even though it’s late…
Being the opposite of her husband helped with the prolonged ritual, for him at least. He was greedy and grasping and, above all else, a murderer of the innocence of the world.
She was the very antithesis of this and it had helped him to become more powerful.
Now she was finally able to use such a thing, the different ends of hope and despair in order to fuel her own rituals, small though they would be in order to build up the power stored within her shackles.
“The only way to keep something truly caged is to kill it within its cage.” she whispered in the silence of her own mind, “and it is impossible to kill a phoenix, husband.”
This little snippet is brought to you by the Stream of Consciousness prompt of opposites. I was going to go for a longer post, but I just kind of died at this point.