May 30, 2011 § 1 Comment

These are beasts of old. They roam the world similarly to the way eels explore caverns. They are immeasurable in length because every time they experience something a section is added to their great tail. They have incredible stories to tell that span generations. Some of the memories they have recorded in their tails are lost in any other form of record. It is easy and pleasant to become swept up in the tail of an epic. Beware though,  for by the time you are finished, it may be hundreds of years from the time you encountered it.

1. Noting or pertaining to a long poetic composition, usually centered upon a hero, in which a series of great achievements or events is narrated in elevated style.


§ One Response to Epic

  • cathrine greene says:

    One of the most interesting aspects of these are how in the world you come up with such clever insights and images. they are just great!!!

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