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Thursday, October 2, 2014

Prophesy of the Month: a riddle in rhyme October 2014

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Riddle in Rhyme: Assents to trade ignoble heist, For memory unmade... Prophesy of the Month October 2014: from Awakening, Book I of the TotKW Saga by D.N.Frost http://www.dnfrost.com/2014/10/prophesy-of-month-prophetic-riddle.html
In Awakening, 23 prophesies encode the secrets of the upcoming TotKW Saga.


See the full codex at DNFrost.com/prophesy.


Can you decode
the future Tales of the
Known World
?


Gwndah Velyohki Rovikya III
2:1:3:5/5, III:IX


Through timeless fog enticed
The wayward builder swayed
Assents to trade ignoble heist
For memory unmade

Across his years of pain
Unshackled elf complied
To long confide in son unslain
Of family denied

Though beauty in his sights
Embraces hero's tale
Their vouches fail to set to rights
The mind behind the veil.

This month's prophesy comes to pass in the first few chapters of Broken. I love the complex rhyme scheme layered over the plodding iambic meter. Who do you think the wayward builder is? I'd love to hear your suspicions on the upcoming ignoble heist, too!

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  1. This month's prophesy comes to pass in the first few chapters of Broken. I love the complex rhyme scheme layered over the plodding iambic meter. Who do you think the wayward builder is? I'd love to hear your suspicions on the upcoming ignoble heist, too!

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