The she-wolf bared her fangs and snapped at the queen, rearing up on hind legs. “Be gone, demon!” the queen shouted, and gave a final blow. When the branch hit the wolf, the creature let out a piercing howl and changed into a thick cloud of mist. Before the queen’s eyes, the mist reformed itself into the figure of a young maiden – it was her daughter, Padma.
“Daughter!” the queen cried. “How is it that you have come to be here among all of these wolves?”
Padma smiled. “The wolves are my friends, and the forest is my home.”
That was when the queen understood. The flower of which Rama had spoken was her treasured Padma.
– excerpt from Leigh Hopkins’ book, copyright 2015
6 Replies to “wild”
This book is going to be AMAZING!!!! 😀
Thank you! That feels ow-oooo-wonderful!
I can’t wait to read it! You have such a wonderful way with words.
Thank you, Sandra! I love that you took the time to tell me what my writing meant to you.
Very nice. I like wolves. I am trying to like all animals. I am a new-be at the animal stuff, but open and willing.
So, this is a quote from your new book coming out? I hope we will get a chance to get your book on-line, maybe through Viva. Let us know when publishing date is and congratulations. That is an awesome accomplishment.
I have been encouraged by my angels to investigate the book and writing area so your book sounds like a very good interest start for me. Again, thanks for sharing.
Love, Kit 🙂
Kit, I would be thrilled to read anything you write! Have you ever considered blogging? It’s a great place to start.