Sometimes it takes a Mountain...Looking back I finally see,More Like This
from this higher view,
I see the places that I've been,
and it all points to where I am.
You started to lead me up to this mountain,
the moment I first looked up.
And though I fell and stumbled,
You helped me here today.
"I don't understand."
My voice echos in the silence,
and I hear the soft reply.
"I know. You will."
I turn and see him standing there,
and a wisp of doubt flutters and dies.
"You never were familiar with mustard.
So look around you, at the stories I wrote before you could read them."
I look around me and see, oak grown from an acorn,
flowers from wishes, and adults grown from infants.
Myself grown from something dead,
but I've never been more alive.
"But I'm not..." there are a million ways I could finish that sentence.
All of them true. All reasons he should leave me here
reasons he shouldn't have come.
"But I am. I do. And I did."
"Come on. There is more to come."
I don't know why, but perspective changes everything,
and now that I'm looki
Wrong Place Wrong TimeRhie Leporia was a young blonde female who wore sexy black clothing which was a belly revealing black tank top with elbow covers with a black skirt and black socks and shoes. She wasn't a normal human as she was also part animal with black animal ears and a long black tail.More Like This
She was currently traveling a vast wasteland, heading towards a holy city that was supposed to be known for it's good food and attractions.
"There it is!" Rhie cried out running up to the edge of the wasteland to be standing on a tall cliff to look down at the beautiful city which was built on a vast oasis. "Can't wait to sit down and enjoy the sights and food." Rhie said excited as she rushed down the side of the cliff towards the city.
Once inside of the city Rhie began to look around, seeing many interesting people and already help herself to some tasty food.
As she walked around she noticed a side alley and decided to take a short cut to get to the other side but as she began to walk down it, a dark figure dress