This website uses cookies to monitor traffic and check for abuse. Learn more | Close
X
Get Daily Bargains in Your Inbox
 

Ways to Follow

Get daily bargain list


Twitter icon
Facebook icon
RSS icon

Search Site

Keywords

Book or Name

Search Features

Recent Newsletters

24/06/2019
19/06/2019
18/06/2019

Archive



Antiphony

by John G. Stevens
Originally published by BookHippo.uk on 04/03/2018

Antiphony wasn't like the other girls. That was clear. So-called ‘normal’ girls ran around the meadow picking flowers. Antiphony liked to venture deep into the woods. She'd often venture far from the village, going on adventures.

One day she saw something through the trees, high in the sky. "A flying whale!" she said, eyes filled with awe.

She followed the creature until she came to a broad, uncrossable river. From that clearing, she watched the graceful air-whale float out of sight, humming a deep reverberant tune all the way.

"I'll find you again," she promised. And someday, she would.


Threads about this drabble

None found.