Sunday, April 01, 2007

Lila:heart of the beast(part 2)


The rain plummeted to the earth like tiny meteorites, she knew this spell had to work, even if she never tried it before.
The spell would swallow the entire village into an abyss and the Gargar army will pass them like a silent dew drop on a mystic morning.

She closed her eyes and called her ancient guiding spirit, the Larata is strong and peaceful. Lila goes into a trance. Her body moves into the deep translucent meditation.
The earth still shaking as the Gargar army moves closer, the Gundelouts spitting anger and running after their prey. She hears the Larata calling her closer into the dark of meditation, she lifts off the ground. The frail and scared soldiers stare at her floating body. Since ancient times it was told that a young Witch will be born to save them from their own pathetic existence. She was said to become a warrior, and that she will lead them to a new kingdom.
When Lila was born the stars came out in day and the moon glisten like the sun. The new dawn was theirs and she was a strong being in the light of their new day.
Lila was still floating over the small village when the Gargar army became visible to the villagers. The Gargar was running fears towards them as if they were in a straight open field. Everybody screamed in terror, fell to the floor and grabbing a hold off their heads. Holding each other in great fear, knowing that their lives are now at an end.

The Gundelouts ran over them with no harm done to anybody, they all stood up in awe as the army raced over them. Not even seeing the small village. They passed and it was about 20 movements off the sun, when Lila fell to the floor. She was a bad shade of grey and her eyes where purple. The elders rushed to her side and instructed the dazed young men to pick her up and take her to the Ratara stone tables in the mountains. The obeyed!

I used Lucas beginning as he instructed in his blog....
LUCAS

9 comments:

miss magic said...

Sorry. I haven't been on your blog for a few days. :(

anyways, this story is...magical! I like, "They passed and it was about 20 movements off the sun."

etain_lavena said...

hihihih...thanks Missy, no worries:)

Brian said...

Cool story, like the way it is going.

etain_lavena said...

Thanks Brian.....

Kate S said...

I loved your addition to the first line - it drew me in right away.

etain_lavena said...

thanks kate:)

Lucas Pederson said...

Bravo!!!
I love this. It's got ugency, color, and the world you created here is almost like a watching a movie in my mind. Great work!
And thank you so much for giving my little assignment a try. I hope it was fun for you. Sometimes all it take for a story to begin is a strong first sentence, after that it can only get better. Again, great work!

Wayne Allen Sallee said...

i could have sworn i replied to this...

etain_lavena said...

thanks Lucas....Yes this is true aout the first sentance...and I had great fun yes:)
Wayne this is the second part of the first part you read;)