The Third Coming

A gripping story from Jane. I hope you enjoy.

Jane Dougherty Writes

D. Wallace Peach is running a month long writing challenge. The prompt is the picture below. Thanks for the challenge, Diana!

by Stefan Keller

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The Jötunn places a warning hand on Fenrir’s head. There will be time for action, even revenge later. First though, they will observe. Unlike the mortals, they will not act in haste, without thought. The rainbow bridge is broken; there is no going back, but even after such destruction, the little men seem to think that is not enough.

Ymir gazes through icicles at the blue earth in the sky above his head. His cheeks are aglitter with frozen tears at what men have done. The gods have their part of responsibility, allowing their own petty quarrels to blind them to the wars of men who watched the anger of the gods and copied it, refined and honed it, until they had weapons capable of destroying…

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5 thoughts on “The Third Coming

  1. Dawn D says:

    Going in a similar direction to mine!
    I love it, that men’s greed and carelessness is seen and shown with such powerful words.
    I’m a bit sad for the men, but… I can so understand the God’s point of view!

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