Anabelle, David, and Ariel, Preface

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Children Stories  |  House: Booksie Classic

Three people, interconnected, a love triangle, a hate triangle.

My Pen in Hand-

 

You may try and conjecture the intentions and thoughts of the characters of this act, but none of these theories will I substantiate as I have never entered into their minds. I have recorded their actions as testimony bears and merely strive to form my own thoughts by the application of pen onto paper.

The story set henceforth will not be fought on a distant battlefield, nor in dark rooms in castles far out of the reach of imagination.

This war shall exist on the playfield of you, the reader.  Inside the corridors and halls of your mind shall the narrative come to the full light of illumination. Or not so full, as the imagination can confuse and distract.

Therefore the task is to you, to judge, to understand, to hope, and to despair. I shall commit much of my feeling to paper but do not allow my own feeble wanderings to distract from your own purpose. I implore you to look at the facts as a whole, and only then can you make a stable judgment, though biased, as all judgments are.

Herein lies my tale, a story about three people, intertwined in an ever-darkening dance of hopelessness. Do not be despaired by the actions put forth or the horrific choices they have made, the end will always be fulfilling for those who walk in the light.

As I sit, a candle lighting my pages, I shake in apprehension to the story I am about to write.

 

Here begins the tale of Annabelle, David, and Ariel.


Submitted: November 14, 2011

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Continued in - The Origin of Annabelle

Mon, November 14th, 2011 10:06pm

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