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Sunday, November 1, 2015

Prophesy of the Month: a riddle in rhyme November 2015



Riddle in Rhyme: At his behest so did request, The west to set her free... Prophesy of the Month November 2015: from Awakening, Book I of the TotKW Saga by D.N.Frost http://www.dnfrost.com/2015/11/prophesy-of-month-riddle-in-rhyme.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
?


Iwahnno Ngyehsi Gusya XIX
1:3:4:2/5, III:IX
V 2:2:2:2/5, III:IX


When restless tenant weary grew
Of fighting for his key
At his behest so did request
The west to set her free

From Hells' advancing glowers
He resumed the flow of time
With turning test the truth to wrest
Detested from the crime

So asked he long to no avail
Of comrade oversold
And harried guest at last confessed
They bested young and old.

What I love about this prophesy is that it comes to pass in Awakening. It opens a scene in Part II of the book, and it heralds events in Part IV. I love the complex rhymes and side-step meter. Can you identify the comrade oversold?

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  1. What I love about this prophesy is that it comes to pass in Awakening. It opens a scene in Part II of the book, and it heralds events in Part IV. I love the complex rhymes and side-step meter of this portent. Can you identify the comrade oversold?

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