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Watcher of the Dawn

by Michael Brookes
Originally published by BookHippo.uk on 15/12/2012

The watcher sat, alone and majestic in the cold thin air upon the mountain. With keen eyes he surveyed the valley below. The lush garden spread for miles enclosed within the mountain wall. The wind ruffled his feathers, its icy bite failed to mar his alabaster skin.

In an endless cycle, days darkened into night only for dawn's rise to brighten the sky again. Through extreme weathers he maintained his post. His singular task to watch and protect the naked lovers who tended the garden.

Unseen by the guardian on this fateful dawn, the dreaded serpent crawled into the light.

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