Who is on the plum tree?
A lovely myth to relax by on a Saturday.
I was having trouble sleeping the other night and got to thinking, well, about a lot of things. But one of them was that, lately, I haven’t been talking much about Dragons here at the Dragonsnest. Opining on editorial dos and don’ts has its place, but I don’t want to let my Dragon loving followers down. In short, it seemed time to return to my draconic roots. That said…
This is a bit of a tale I wrote last year when, in celebration of the Year of the Dragon, I was talking to numerous grade-school classes in the area. Traditional stories were one thing, but the kids wanted something new.
For those of you who are intimate with the ancient Dragons of the Celtic Isles, this may have a familiar feel to it, but with a twist or two. What can I say, I’m a spinner of tales. It’s what I do.
A Lost Dragon Found:
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