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An illustration from The Legend of Vysallimore.

From the chapter called: The Shadow Lake.

Suddenly there came a breeze.
Small waves broke on the sand.
And rising from this inland sea
They both could see a hand.

And on that hand there was a ring,
And on that ring three stones.
The symbol of a family.
One love. Three hearts. One home.

And when the sunlight touched this hand,
The ring the Voice had given
Sent out a light that was so bright
It seemed to shine on Heaven.

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November 18, 2010 at 2:32 am 2 comments

Another illustration from the Legend of Vysallimore.

From the chapter called: The Great Axe.

The axe’s blade was solid steel.
Its handle ancient oak.
And it was known to fell a tree
With just one single stroke.

It stood as tall as a shepherd’s wall,
And weighed more than a ram.
If a man could make that axe seem small,
BarSimon was that man.

November 18, 2010 at 2:17 am Leave a comment

One of the 17 illustrations from The Legend of Vysallimore.

From the chapter called: The Tower.

The soft Voice: “You must have faith.
That’s how all good begins.
But would you now do what I say
And each put on a ring.

These rings they mean unending love.
Each ring, it has three stones.
The stones are you, each precious you,
One love, three hearts, one home.”

November 18, 2010 at 2:00 am Leave a comment


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