Prompt: Sammi Cox, A Month Of Mini Writing Challenges, Day 20. Task: Write a poem in under 20 lines inspired by a myth, legend or fairy tale.
The warm honey glow of the late afternoon sun, was a contrast to the prickling cool of the mountain air on her skin. She climbed to her vantage point, high above the valleys. The ‘T-tree’ had been formed one night when Zeus’ lightning bolt had cleaved it in two – destroying the wine-red leaves of Autumn. The remaining limbs had sagged and sighed their defeat, for it was Winter now and the cornucopia were full for the cold months ahead. It was from here she loved to watch over the world below. The mountain goats were drawn here also and she liked to imagine it was because they were summoned by her power; taking their place beside her in the stars.
nourishing earth’s child
goat goddess endures.
By Sarah ©2017
Author’s note: In Greek mythology, Amaltheia is the she-goat Goddess who nourished Zeus as an…
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