I knew exactly where I wanted to go with Crispina’s latest challenge. I did a little reserarch to make sure I didn’t make a total fool of myself. This challenge is fun because the rules are fast and loose. Only thing that is asked is to keep it 150 words or less. Wasn’t feeling poetic this week so did a little discussion between two girls.
To play along, just click here, you’ll see pretty much anything goes!
“Oh, this place is perfect! The Lady in the Water must reside here!”
“Don’t be daft. She came from a swimming pool.”
“Bother! Oh, I know! The Lady of Shallot, then. How romantic. Maybe we’ll see her—”
“What is wrong with you? She floated down a river. Does this look like a river to you?”
“I’ve got it. The Lady of the Lake. You cannot dispute that this could, despite its tiny size, pass for a lake.”
“Hah! Which one? Which Lady of the Lake?”
“Which one? There is more than one?”
“Yep. There is Viviane, Lancelot’s protector, who presented him with Excalibur. And there is the lady Ellen from Walter Scott’s poem who is the centre of attention in a feud between King James V and the powerful clan Douglas—”
“OK, OK. Smarty-pants. You’re no fun, you know that? I just wanted to play a simple game of make-believe.”