( 3 ) Attack of Wolves
This is based on one of my real dreams I've experienced in my life. I hope and pray this never happens in reality to anyone. It was a painful, nasty experience for anyone to endure...I'm surprised I survived the attack.
I took a walk in the forest, down a path I thought I knew in my childhood, or at least I thought as much. Many things had changed and grown up since then. I thought nothing of it... I kept going knowing I'd be out of the forest soon. But soon realized I'd taken a wrong turn along the way.
Things started to get dark and strange, started to get colder than normal each step taken, the path became denser and grown up, briers and bushes were stronger and heavier.
All of a sudden I could feel piercing red eyes following me closer, evil growling and snarling to be heard in the wind of the forest.
I started to run as fast as I could as brush and briers tore and scrapped my legs and ankles as I ran hoping to get away from the evil wolves.
I tripped and fell to the ground, wolves tearing at my flesh, breaking bones at every bite of their strong gnashing jaws on my being, screamed and fighting with every bit of strength I could muster within the mighty jaws on my mangled body.
When all of a sudden quietness befell me, wolves running and yelping back into the forest.
A deep gentle voice spoke to me in the silence of the gentle wind.
He came to my side, a bright shimmering light surrounded him like a halo, the light warm and calming.
He stood tall and strong in a cloke of silver blue. Gentle graying beard and flowing long hair to match.
His gentle smile and dark hypnotizing eyes engulfed me, seemed to comfort beyond the reality of your being.
You must rest dear lady, I Will Take Care of You...He touched me ever so gently, it was as if he was wooing me into a Deep Sleep as he took me up into his strong gentle arms...I will care for you, I'll take you to the Enchanted Waters of Healing...I'll cleans your wounds and fixe your broken bones... Were the last words I heard...
Written By: Cindy L. Rasey
First drafted: March 3, 2016
Revised: Feb. 20, 2019
The date here is the actual date it was written, and Revised.