Exploring my Dryad story

16 Feb

funeral

fear

loss

grief

internment

down

dark

watching

pain

dirt

rain

smell

wood

lead

wet

umbrella

tears

hurt

heart

heavy

weight

pull

away

run

heels

stuck

kick

flat

hard

leaves

forest

nearby

separate

alone

trees

wind

groan

comfort

fall

kneel

cry

weep

wail

question

rail

beyond

hit

flail

beat

unknown

unexpected

impossible

trepidation

scramble

odd

call

speaking

crooning

soothing

tree?

solace

inanimate?

not

image

man

spirit

creature

reaching

limbs

literally

offer

thought

disbelief

suspended

animals

chatter

breeze

push

accept

belief

honored

infatuation

alive

touch

rough

texture

concern

unsure

assurance

story

curse

myth

reality

beauty

transformation

lovely

sexy

amazing

distracting

kiss

freedom

hands

arms

bodies

warm

welcome

thankful

binding

strange

creation

destruction

release

favor

alignment

foretelling

time

chosen

now

forever

together

want

always

astounding

lore

bedtime

or?

4 Responses to “Exploring my Dryad story”

  1. twist8of8f8 February 17, 2008 at 10:20 pm #

    Absolutely amazing! Every time I read this, I am pulled to experience this emotional upheaval. I feel like it should be set to music. Hmmm… I know that you are leading the reader to question the truth, or rather the reality of whats happening, but I get this feeling an innocent and rather childlike hope that when they wake in the morning, everything is going to work out. It leaves a rather desperate hope. I think that made sense. Watch this comment be the one to go through…

  2. denagray February 17, 2008 at 10:22 pm #

    :D Yup. it went through LOL. And you know what’s next in mind for exploring the Dryad!

  3. twist8of8f8 February 17, 2008 at 10:37 pm #

    Gasp! Comments are working! Yay!! (Does first comment dance)

    *wiggle-wiggle, shake-shake, hip-bump Hoo-ra!*

    Sorry. Had to get that out of my system.

  4. denagray February 17, 2008 at 11:02 pm #

    teehee! yes! I have been inaugurated with a wiggle dance!

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