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Nothing is New

Nothing is new

Prompt photograph from Fleur Lind

Dare I open this door. You see I know to where it goes… Jules Verne and Lewis Carroll certainly thought they knew, but they were wrong… A mole once found the tunnel, but not mole from ‘The Wind in the Willows’ by Graham Kenneth… For this tunnel was created by a primeval Basilisk. Magma will not enter this twisting cavernous hell. It is said that, should the ocean enter this tunnel, the planet will die… Just as Mar’s did.

This week I am traveling back in time.

This Post Has 14 Comments
  1. So that’s what happened to Mars. I hope that door stays shut. Good story, Michael. I like the idea of such a small door guarding the world against possible disaster. Lovely myth-making.

  2. Honestly, Michael, I often don’t know what’s real and what’s illusion anymore. I believe these types of portals do exist in some fashion, and it’s best to stay away from them.

    1. Your comment has got me thinking,… in a way the wind became a portal for those sailing wooden ships. The oceans must have seemed endless to the early sailors…. A recent conversation with a astronomer brought home to me the vastness of over universe. And then I was led to believe that there maybe millions of universes.! So even portals might fade into nothing. It is better to writer about them maybe

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