NaBloPoMo : Death’s Book Is Missing

God surveyed  the scene, and  was not impressed with what he saw

Things  were so far out of hand , even he  wondered  how to return things to how they were before!

He  knew  where the book was,  he knew that  it was safe

You  would never realized that  by the look upon  his face!

War  was getting  cranky  looking for a fight

Famine’s only interest  was what would they eat  that night.

Plague was playing  with the undead  infecting  them  with flu

He was having  fun , until God  looked at  him and asked ” Is that  really a nice  thing to do?”

The angel of death  was still sitting in God’s  hand

He  was sorry he had lost death’s  book it was not what he had planned .

God told him not  to worry  all was in his power to put things back to right.

He promised the angel , Death would have his book  before the fall of night.

God  took Death to one side  and told  that he knew

How  he had a soft spot for the humans and how he grieves  at the bad  things they do

He told him where his  book was in the leafy  dell

God  and Death  visited  the fairy  Frogs  as asked them to remove the spell.

The  Fairy  Frogs  we scolded  for  distracting  the angel of death from his work

They were duly  sorry  for distracting the apprentice  angel  who was never one to shirk.

God  then walk the earth with his old friend Death collecting all the souls of those who were undead.

They soon returned order to the earth and  removed  all memory of the last few days from every human’s  head.

So  now  you know the story and it’s ultimate and timely  end

We  can now  leave  Death  to enjoy  a cup of coffee  with his horsey friends!

He  told  his apprentice  not  to worry it was a mistake  anyone one could make

Death slammed his scythe down on the table  to stop war  and famine  arguing over the last piece of cake!

THE END, FOR NOW………………..

8 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. saminaiqbal27
    Nov 22, 2013 @ 22:50:51

    What a nice ending. I love the cup of coffee that death is enjoying. great post Willow. Take care my friend.

    Reply

  2. Deborah
    Nov 23, 2013 @ 03:18:17

    Anyone who likes coffee and cake can’t be all bad. 🙂 Nicely done, Willow. You tied up all the loose ends very neatly. And ending with coffee! Genius! 🙂

    Reply

  3. Eric Alagan
    Nov 23, 2013 @ 03:49:21

    Job done, all is well – Ahhhh! That cuppa feels great – just what the doctor ordered — or was it, god 🙂

    Reply

  4. serendipityherbals
    Nov 24, 2013 @ 17:50:21

    Great writing, funny too! 🙂

    Reply

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