Wing-Feather Fables: The Krisis

Left or right and  with  a “terrifying strangeness”, Lisa brings you today a fable of rich desolation and wonder. The tale of The Watcher, herder of the dead. Read on…
The Krisis

This tower once had floors of gleaming ebony, and walls of lacquered white. Its spiral staircase rose in fluted curves. On the top floor was the Krisis, a chair meant and named for judgment. Carved from a single block of wood, it was etched in glyphs of vision and discernment.

The Krisis was the Watcher’s chair.

Read the rest of the story here.

Photograph by Brenda Gottsabend; Story by Lisa Ahn

Read more about Wing-Feather Fables here.

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Posted on July 31, 2013, in Wing-Feather Fables and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Intrigued, off to check out the full story.

  2. My thoughts are left on the fable and photograph….a bit of a journey to get there.

  3. Yikes! This photo gives me the creeps–I can imagine the Watcher, herder of the dead, sitting there.

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