claremonty (claremonty) wrote in writers_guild,

The Queen of the Dawn Part VI

This story was inspired by Arthurian legends and other medieval European folklore, "Tithonus" (1859), a poem by the Victorian poet Alfred, Lord Tennyson, as well as the ancient Greek myth about Eos, the goddess of the dawn who loved the mortal Prince Tithonus of Troy, plus my addiction to George R. R. Martin's Song of Ice and Fire and HBO's Game of Thrones. Hope you like it. :)

15+ for violence and sexual situations.

Story Summary:
Cursed by the Queen of the Dawn with impossible desire, Prince Hal will risk the most precious thing of all, his honor, on a quest to find the edge of the world and the secret of immortality.

Multiplied flickers spun like comets in the hot quavering atmosphere. The faceted ceiling, which was higher than the rafters of the tallest turret of his father’s castle, glittered like the inside of a diamond. At its domed apex the star-filled indigo evening shimmered through a fluid crystal disk.

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