Random words of the day: Pyramid. Flywheel
Finally one of the major players is mentioned again. Now we just need the titular character to get back on the stage again and we’re back on track. Although, I just realized… What if the title doesn’t refer to the artist in the story and the story about them, but rather to the one writing the story and the story they create! Woah! Just, think about it Blows your mind, doesn’t it? Ok, I guess not really. ^^; I do think it’s an interesting train of thought, though, and one very much applicable to a story of which no one really knows what’s really happening, both at the moment and in the future.
In other news, I’ve learned about the existence of the flywheel today. I don’t know much about it, but now I at least know it exists! And it also appears to be some sort of group both the gull and Referee have some connection to. Also, the iceberg looks like it’s actually an icy pyramid! What could this all mean?! The plot, thickens! ^_^
The Artist’s Tale. Chapter 5
Beneath the early sun
A baby mouse ran through the glade
And just behind it followed suit
A brilliant parade
Accompanied by radios
All playing vibrant songs
The creatures in that great parade
They marched to right some wrongs
The endless crowd moved lightning fast
Like a shooting star it went
For they knew they’d be refugees
If it came to the Event
One of the creatures stopped and turned
The tiniest red mite
“Looks like we’re almost there!” it called
“The iceberg is in sight!”
Around the berg’s sharp peak
Stormed fierce gusts of powdered snow
While on its top sat Referee
The court’s most senior crow
It strapped a saddle to its back
And rose up to the sky
Adjusting its square glasses
It let out a booming cry
“I’m glad you’ve come, my Flywheel friend!”
It called out to the gull
“My days on that cold pyramid”
“Were getting awfully dull”
For the first chapter of The Artist’s Tale click here.
For the second chapter of The Artist’s Tale click here.
For the third chapter of The Artist’s Tale click here.
For the fourth chapter of The Artist’s Tale click here.