Death Diary (Entry 52)
Entry Fifty two
You’ll have to forgive the lateness of this entry…and also the brevity. I’m afraid that this Ebola thing has gotten more out of hand than I anticipated. Pestilence is at it again I fear, and he’s got a new toy to play with. Now I’m not spending this whole entry on that nonsense, you hear enough about it I’m sure from the media…but I will say this about Ebola. For those of you who are afraid of Ebola becoming the next big pandemic and that it will go airborne….relax. As much as Pestilence would love for this disease to hit the airways, he’s not that quick about it. Virus’s like this do not mutate in such a way easily. Also, keep in mind that Ebola has been around for many, many years, and it is in no way a death sentence, if given the proper treatment.
But like I said, I’m not here to talk about Pestilence and his idiocy…rather I’m here to take you down memory lane…to take you into
Little wren's Story (Introduction)Mother wren was a very careful mother, always looking after her children. She would watch them, take care of them, and love them to pieces. She had 6 children, Pickpocket, Dark Winged, Poppy, Ace, Ariel, and Little wren, the smallest, most curious and most mischievous of the group.
But there was something about Little Wren that was different from the others. He was adventurous and wondered how it was like in the outside world, other then their own cooped, over heated nest full of squirming chicks. The others did not care much about whats outside, thinking its a dangerous place to be and become eaten by predators faster then a mare running away from a tiger, the only good things they thought about the world was that there was new things to eat. But that was it.
But, Little Wren wanted to be different, and wanted to explore. He had many disadvantages though, he’s barley the size of his mother, and has just started developing his flight feathers. He knew that he would be the last of
Miracles - Inspirational Quote #30Surely it is in man's power to consult his benefactor, but if he cannot, because the opportunity does not present itself, he should arrange counsel with his own heart and bring about the miracles which come forth from our faith in God...
Free of Evil - Inspirational Quote #29It has often been said, "Life is what you make of it." But really, life is how wise you are in living it. The wiser the man, the better in life, for he will know what life requires to be free of evil...
Man - Inspirational Quote #28As the water passed upon the land it was not aware God had put it there. And when the sand began to form, it did not know God held it. But when the sky did open and the rain did pour, the water spoke to the sand and said, "A man God has formed..."
…the police are still searching for the remains of the hot dog stand. I’m going to interrupt the story here to bring you a breaking news story. Dalton Tiller is spiraling into a depression. We bring you now to Deep Hole, Maine, where the story is in progress. I’m speaking with our top correspondent Richard Herman. Richard, what does it look like out there?
Richard: Liza, the scene here is downright grim. Crowds have been waiting outside all day, all hoping to get a look at the hopelessly sad man. I’m being told… I’m being told right now that we’re being allowed into the building. I’m going to try to talk with him… The situation has escalated since last night when Dalton said he was feeling sleepy a whole three hours earlier than usual. Since then, things have tailed out of control. There he is- there he is- Dalton! Dalton, is it true that you’ve been feeling depressed lately?
Dalton: Come on, get out of my face, man. Get this
shy truthDuring the retelling of a story it is more often than not embellished for the sake of the listener's enjoyment.
The story is continuously told to the point that the first tiny exaggeration becomes the feat of a god.
To what end must truth be altered
and what of the truth in fiction
Over time many tales of resiliency have become myth and are questioned as to whether or not they were based on reality
Have we begun to see the emergence of tales that are diminished to an extra ordinary sense so that the truth can be delivered as believable
Either way the truth will continue to suffer
Little Wren's Story (Chapter 1) Chapter 1: Adventure
He climbed out of his nest, trying to flap his little wings still in development. He managed to jump onto a nearby branch, without getting hurt. He looked down and saw the sickening and exciting feeling of looking down below, thousands of feet below. He did not realize that his home was way so up. But then, he looked into the distance, seeing the absolute beauty of a morning sunrise. Other song birds were singing, and bees were buzzing. He thought it was absolutely beautiful. He tried to sing, to. But came out was a little tiny squeal of a young songbird.
Dozing off into the sunrise, he did not notice what was coming for him. A grey hawk, looking fo
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