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Table of Content:
Episodes 1 and 2 of Queen Of Sheba, Backstory.
Episode 3 story.
Xgmzssopifhdh qwiuripmgkla azeudsdfhp. A poem can be meaningless. Yet shines meaning. The meaning is that it has no meaning. Yet, another can derive meaning by picking letters and segmenting words from them.
Today’s newsletter is about how we can pick words to create a lorry-moving story, yet brief. I learnt this method from Miguel Guererro and his antiques; then, I infused my own form of poetry.
This is a recent development, and feel free to drop comments.
Episodes 1 and Episode 2, BackStory.
The main story of this poetry style fiction is about the Queen of Sheba and her secret intention with King Solomon. The story is told in a stylish and imaginative way, with references to the Bible story, although it is totally a re-imagined fiction. The Queen is described as a powerful and tough ruler who loves her people and kingdom deeply, and King Solomon is known for his wisdom and his many concubines, 400 concubines.
The story suggests that the Queen may have feelings for King Solomon, and the next episode may explore whether she will act on them. The story starts with a poem about the state of the world and terrorism, then transitions into the queen's inner chambers where she receives news about a royal banquet that King Solomon, whom she secret over-admires, will be present and the surprise attack of the Amekshites.
Episode 3. Starting…
The sound of war is a bulb switched off for the Queen, making you forget all night plans and arousing desires; although Makeda, Queen of Sheba, has won many battles, this would be her determining war.
…Everyone, go to your positions, and close the gates! …Asteriod, prepare your men, and hold the fortress. Sing to me the song of lilies and of extinction. Make me the ruler of love and fear. When boldness meets bombs, which road is to take, Of surrender or death? Queen of Sheba would rather have death, than the spit of those animals who call themselves Amekshites. Dogs having party in the house of a Lion. Who do you think I am? I would rather not have problems, But if they say they want problem, then, no problem.
Makeda is a special wonder; first, we need to settle that. Not many queens have ruled before her, Yet when she commands, the ocean roars, and the ocean bows, you dare not. That may also hint at the kind of non-children fantasies Makeda’s wiring is colouring. Horse whipping and all sorts.
Just last night, even though her rosy bath was dreaming hallelujah to King Solomon. Someone was around to ensure dreams do come true. In an eye blink, War begins, sword is cutting pumpkins, Sledge hammer lands and sounds. At the fore front, you know who to find, the Queen. The Queen says, if I have to choose the first to die, I’ll pick myself. So therefore, that evening, everyone, Even the mothers that were waiting in their grouped hiding bunks, All became thirsty for war, For their Queen. No one really believes they would fall. Until their legs are against the wall. Their back is on the floor. And red ocean sipping out as they pour. So said Thorin, leave her alone for me to have more. she’s the perfect meat I dream to puncture. 📌 King Solomon, had nothing to do with this, But the blowing of the horns, were loud enough to be seen by his own Kingdom Sparrow bird. And as much as Sparrow birds don’t lie, They do keep one secret. One. The secrets of their lover. So Sparrow bird told no one, of another sparrow bird. King Solomon’s Sparrow was in love with the Queen’s Sparrow. And in the air midst, where there’s a wind circling up, Birds begin to say stories with sounds. What lovers do in such altitudes, you can imagine. You never saw me is the usual byes. Sparrow bird could not keep the secret of her lover’s Queen in distress. But, it might be too late.
The shedding of the fight occurred on a bare land outside the gates of Sheba. From this, we come to know that passion is different from passion. And that the heart itself could turn into a blade, if it were possible, as a tool to defend and fight back. The plan was for Thorin to be the last piece, the chess queen, but Thorin decided to move diagonally to the plan. Wanting to catch the opposite queen, face to face. By the second evening of the war, Drakon starts to approach from the far East, and the warriors of Sheba start to fall in the Fibonacci sequence format. The Queen is in danger.
Watch out for Episode 4.
Tales that forces our hands to squeeze our sheets,
Someone get me a fan because I can already feel the heat!
Beautiful episode, looking forward to what’s to come!
I love these Queen Sheba stories
So many emotion while reading through
Can't wait for the next episode