Wintry Virtual Reality

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My friend knew that I was intent
on exploring a stimulating new hobby
so she gave me a gift of virtual reality for Christmas
and helped me strap on the goggles over my eyes.

Anticipating a special adventure,
I wake up in a red telephone booth
which transported me into a kind
of magical wintry masterpiece
in the snowfall of my mind.

I was taken aback by a set
of yellow eyes staring back at me
through the foggy window
with its brilliant iridescent fur
coruscating against the snow.

I suddenly remembered that
the game maker added a nice feature
where this mythical canine
will serve as a sapient cynosure
for the rest of my journey.

The quest involved finding a golden tree
in a labyrinth made of holly bushes
guarded by the Ice Queen
who spoke in riddles and resided
in a sacred temple outside the entrance.

Grateful for my linguistics background,
I felt like it would be fun
to have some tea and chat with the queen,
but little did I know of what I 
was going to encounter in this reality.

In response to… a lot of words and phrases this past week! Thank you for your inspiration! 🙂

30 thoughts on “Wintry Virtual Reality

  1. Amazing how you were able to interweave all those prompts and create a charming adventure in this story. It kept me captured to the very end. Thank you for sharing Sa.

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  2. Very cool Six Sentence Story, Sa! Totally in awe of how you incorporated all the various prompts/hops into one piece. And thank you for a couple of new words for my vocabulary 😀
    You should link up your story over at GirlieOnTheEdge. Everyone would love reading your story!

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    • Thank you! Prompts help me organize my thoughts and occasionally help me get over writer’s block. Maybe one day I can do without it, but I’ve enjoyed it as it helps me bond with other bloggers. ❤

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