At the Akashic Library – Prolonged Winter

fiction section - libraryProlonged Winter

Bastet came into the reading room of the Akashic Library and immediately saw Sekhmet laying back in her easy chair, reading.

“Sekhmet! It’s snowing again down on the Earth!  Whatever do you think is going on!  I mean it’s nearly the end of March…” Bastet said a little disgruntled.

“Isn’t it obvious?” replied Sekhmet at her hauntiest, “Persephone has warmed up to Hades lately and doesn’t want to get out of bed!”

“Oh come-on!”

“No really.  They’ve had a meeting of minds and well…not only.  You do know that once she surfaces again she won’t see him for quite a few months!”

“Well, so, Demeter is being a douche about the situation?  She could at least leave off with the snow!”

“Well, I saw her the other day. She told me that Persephone and Hades did come up for a visit. You might have noticed because, as you know, the flowers came with her.  But Demeter started her mother-in-law act, denigrating Hades, so Persephone went back home with him to show her independence of her mom.”

“You’re kidding right?”

“Well…it is snowing again, what do you think?”

“Damn family feuds!”

“Yeah…tell your human, Georgia, to pull her down quilt out of its bag for another couple of days.” she said as she returned to her book.  The title was: The Man Who Came Out of the Cold .

4 thoughts on “At the Akashic Library – Prolonged Winter

    • Lol…Anmol, she came dancing by the other day, and it was lovely…still is actually, though colder right now. Can’t say the same for the more northern countries, esp Canada and the U.S. I wrote this story for them 😉

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