Domenico Corna

 

Shiny Lake - Part Four                     

Shiny Lake  - Chapter Thirteen

 

 

 

 

Spring had just begun when Helen again took the road to climb to the village. To her family had recommended not to stay waiting for her return, pleading, with a more or less plausible story, a kind of community and belonging with the people of the village. They were not worried, soon would pass her yearning of mystery as had happened during the long trips to the East in search of a new or ancient form of mysticism.

The farmers, waiting for her return, had provided with firewood, placing it under the porch—neatly stacked.
After fixing the house, Helen stayed a long time at the door enjoying the warm sun of spring. She had not risen only with the intention of spending a long time with her people but to find a form of communication with the lake and the end of the road traveled in half—that sort of warning in which it was told her was not yet ready for go back home.

 


Introduction
 Novels
Shiny Lake
Night Clouds
Wood of Plane
       Good Hope Hotel

Voice in the Night
Touch of Happiness

Little Soul
Our Madness
First Generation

Poems
You Can Hear Me
Fairy Tales
 Wood of Tales

Shiny Lake
Part Four - Shiny Lake
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Shiny Lake

Introduction

 

 

 

Part One

 

The Path

 

 


Part Two


The Community

 

 


Part Three


The Celebration

 

 


Part Four


Shiny Lake

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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