Morning readers! The BlogFlash2012 Challenge is slowly drawing to a close, which is well-timed, as today I return to uni after a two-week break, and I shall soon be smashing my forehead against a brick wall in an attempt to leviate stress.
(Note: I have found that, in most instances, smashing one’s forehead against brick walls does not leviate stress.)
Other Day 26 posts can be explored here.
Go to the start of the Challenge here.
When the Priest disappears within his Temple, the village people hush each other with fervent whispers: “Do not disturb our Priest; he is seeing.”
The intricacies of this process elude the people, for none have ever seen it. But they each hold hands and gaze at the Temple door, praying that maybe today the Priest would emerge and say that he had seen the World, and all was well once more.
Within the Temple, the Priest’s blackened, unseeing eyes explored the earth in search of a land unbroken and pure.
He saw none; he would look again tomorrow.
- Love The Bad Guy