Pen and ink
This one … requires some explanation.
So, my husband and I have been story-boarding for NaNoWriMo, and we've decided to write our novel about two of our Pathfinder characters: Spade Grisby and his daughter, Blysse. Their stories are complicated and involve far more detail that I have room to go into right now.
This scene came to mind while we were discussing the song "Wolf in Sheep's Clothing" by Set It Off on their album Duality, as my husband thinks it's the perfect anthem for the anti-hero, Spade. A particular lyric really stayed with me, and this scene came to mind while I was listening to the song. As today's topic was "precious," I felt it was the perfect scene to try and portray.
Spade looks in on his sleeping baby daughter, Blysse, thinking back on all the things he's done in his life, all the people he's wronged, and worrying how karma might get him to repay his debts.
So could you
Tell me how you're sleeping easy
How you're only thinking of yourself
Show me how you justify
Telling all your lies like second nature
Listen, mark my words, one day
You will pay, you will pay
Karma's gonna come collect your debt
--"Wolf in Sheep's Clothing", Set It Off