What’s It About?
A writing challenge for the picture above, from Nova’s Namastè 365 Online during the summer. I was quite busy with other projects so I’m just getting to this challenge she gave me. This is what I thought of the image. I call it “They All Fall Down.” A high ranking angel fathers a child with another angel, lower in rank. This causes a domino effect on all creation. God makes everyone pay for the transgression.
**A mystical rant from an angelic being, as I slip in the four horsemen. Mature theme, but nothing graphic. God is the parent of all creation. Don’t make him angry, or he will handle it like parents did a long time ago…punish everybody to get the one responsible.**
(2 Minute Read)
The affair caused the angel to lose favor with the Most High. His strength and ability to fly about the heavens were sliced away with the sword of Mars. Maximus, the keeper of all things damned, rejected a plea for mercy. White, one of the four, urges a magpie to force him to let go of the chain that balances the scale of our worlds. Conquest is imminent.
His ignorance binds the wings of proletariat Fairies, Dragons, Manticore, and the Nue. Gargoyles crying out for revenge are rewarded as his broken bones strike the ground. Red, second of the four, will trample over the fallen flesh to incite war among the peaceable. The innocence of the child born between both worlds will be sacrificed with the blood of all things in the sea. Black, third of the four, will offer famine as a reward for those acknowledging the life of the child. Pale, the fourth one will stand close to this generation causing them to pass away and be forgotten as a man with lapse of thought.
The light and the dark will become gray as the Almighty balances the worlds for a thousand years, enough time for the child to decide which world will live and which world will die.
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