Logos: Let me tell you a tale, no, two tales as they’re both intriguing, romantic and mysterious. They might interest you, though they’re mostly for young children.
The First Tale
There lived a sylph in a wood. It was a beautiful castle and though it had dark colors painted on all its walls and ivy covered it on all sides when moonlit- it used to attract all passersby. Listening to her riveting sweet songs many passersby used to stop besides her window and used to appreciate her song, her voice and imagined her beauty. They all felt as if she was in love with them. Some of the sensual songs felt as if she was making love to them and each one of them thought as if they were the ones wooed by her and they kept thinking about her. Sylph was singing songs only for her beloved and one day Moon came to her window and said something strange to her which bewildered her and betrayed all her expectations. The song of sylph became a thunderbolt which struck all passersby and they became moribund. One young man in particular, himself a singer of songs, who used to echo back her songs felt dejected and felt no longer any need to live in those woods. He had imagined that songs were for him but they were for someone else. He quickly moved out of those woods and disappeared from the sight. Continue reading “Two Tales And A Spam or Two!”