While King GarGar was off campaigning, Queen Pirouette was left with the drudgery of running the state. Today she was hearing audiences in the Throne Room. All was silence, save for a solitary cough that served to punctuate the stillness in the room as Pirouette read the document in her hand. It was a reportContinue reading “Ragtag Daily Prompt: Martyr”
As the mother of her people, few things made Queen Pirouette more happy than a successful harvest. Every year of her reign had seen bumper crops. At this point, the storehouses were bursting with grain. The Kingdom could afford several bad harvests in a row at this point, and nobody would go hungry. Winds, rainContinue reading “Ragtag Daily Prompt: Harvest”
Betty Louise’s Animal of the Day challenge
La Princesse Pirouette la plus jeune looked out the window and watched the column of mounted knights ride out of the castle walls. She couldn’t help herself as she heaved a great sigh. It’s not fair! She thought. Why do only boys get to ride off to war? As the gates closed behind the lastContinue reading “Ragtag Daily Prompt: Fernweh”
So far this season, I’ve not seen very many butterflies. In fact, I haven’t seen one single yellow monarch. You can imagine my excitement when I caught sight of this beauty this afternoon. Hopefully this is the beginning of a trend.
Once Queen Pirouette had gotten outside the city walls, she spurred her horse to a gallop. Almost as soon as her mount had reached full speed, she slowed it down to a trot. She’d arrived to the place of interest- a plot of land not far from the city proper where she would build aContinue reading “Ragtag Daily Prompt: Space”
“My darling!” Exclaimed King GarGar as he knelt before his wife, Queen Pirouette, who couldn’t suppress a giggle at her husband’s display of chivalry. “What favor has my lady for me?” The King laughed. “You would do better to ply me with favors, my lord!” Laughed the Queen in return. “Will this do?” From behindContinue reading “Ragtag Daily Prompt: Bobble”
Despite the bloodshed, carnage and suffering, King GarGar was never happier than when on the campaign trail. Riding in front of the column of his men, marching in perfect order was the greatest thrill that life had to offer, after the rush of a cavalry charge, of course. Now his men were gathered on theContinue reading “Ragtag Daily Prompt: Beach”