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Saturday, April 1, 2017

Prophesy of the Month: a riddle in rhyme April 2017

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Riddle in Rhyme: Allegiance traced and traitor bought, By grace of distant lessons spurned... Prophesy of the Month April 2017: from Broken, Book II of the TotKW Saga by D.N.Frost http://www.dnfrost.com/2017/04/prophesy-of-month-riddle-in-rhyme-april.html
In Broken, 24 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
?


Karyeh Njuyek Gusya III
2:3:1:3/5, III:IX


At advent cold the prince returned
In urgency through palace wrought
Allegiance traced and traitor bought
By grace of distant lessons spurned

Awash in pain to see all things
The grieving prince rejects the kings
Adrift and lost in freedom's rings
The mortal slain and wisdom earned.

Despite its short length, this portent has an interesting rhyme scheme. It opens a number of scenes in Part 1 of Broken, and it predicts a painful ordeal through which someone ascends to enlightenment. Who do you think the grieving prince is, and what is his wisdom earned?

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  1. Despite its short length, this portent has an interesting rhyme scheme. It opens a number of scenes in Part 1 of Broken, and it predicts a painful ordeal through which someone ascends to enlightenment. Who do you think the grieving prince is, and what is his wisdom earned?

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