Three Line Tales: Of Gods and Storms #3Linetales #fiction #mythology


Thank you to Sonya of Only 100 Words for hosting 3 Line Tales.

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Breno. Machado

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1. A heartless cruel, brackish purple sky, alight with the lightening bolts Zeus aims. 2. He’s fried my heart, cupids arrow couldn’t restart, the lightening sizzled and cooked me alive –her choice to end me. 3. I look at you lovingly, Hades, coming softly; a purple blanket to cover my wounds, enwrap me soundly in love; who knew she’d be the one to end me, purple orchids my favourite flower, smothering me in death; jealous Persephone, goddess of spring. 

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©Mandibelle16. (2016) All Rights Reserved. 

13 thoughts on “Three Line Tales: Of Gods and Storms #3Linetales #fiction #mythology

  1. Lynn Love August 18, 2016 / 8:04 am

    Lovely stuff. A new myth written there, complete with purple orchids and a resignation at the end. Well written

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    • mandibelle16 August 18, 2016 / 10:31 pm

      Thank you Lynn. I felt I should try a simpler three-line tale as opposed to the long ones or quotes I put in. I was happy with the results and happy you like them as well.

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    • mandibelle16 August 18, 2016 / 10:32 pm

      Thank you Jade. Yeah, the storm made me think of it I guess. Different gods being responsible for different affects in nature. 🌺

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    • mandibelle16 August 18, 2016 / 10:30 pm

      Thank you JR. When the first movie came in theatre, I actually really liked it. My little brother is well not little but often likes things like that, so I’m not the only grown-up without kids in the theatre. The second movie was decent as well. I did read up to the third book I think. I can see why your son likes them 🙂

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  2. clcouch123 August 21, 2016 / 3:19 am

    Love, love upended, power and teasing from the gods–and yet appealing to them. Well, addressing them, at least. The hero’s journey, Joseph Campbell might say. I appreciate that both genders are depicted here, whatever the difficulties. And, yes, it’s dark and purple. But we get to spend time living in mythology, as we read. That’s impressive, Mandi.

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    • mandibelle16 August 21, 2016 / 3:20 am

      Thanks Christopher. Glad you liked the three sentences 🙂

      Like

  3. Singledust August 21, 2016 / 10:48 am

    Romantic yet tragic….enjoyed the reference to cupids arrow….Gina

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  4. stephentotheplate August 25, 2016 / 3:50 am

    I feel the same way every Spring, allergy season.lol Lovely piece. I’m a huge fan of mythology, I’ve missed it since graduating. Thanks for the memories. 🙂

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