Guest poet and raconteur: Tallis Steelyard – A Family Saga

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

For once I cannot be blamed for any of it. It’s obvious that nothing that happened was my fault. Indeed if blame is to be allocated, the only person on whom it can fairly fall is my lady wife Shena. Still I am old enough to realise that this is not how the world works. Hence, with a somewhat heavy heart, I have taken steps to at least avoid physical retribution.

To take this sad tale back to the beginning, it all starts, as many tales do, with the pupils of Dame Ralash’s school for ‘young maidens of humble family up to the age of thirteen.’ Shena is an ‘old girl’ of the establishment, and like all the other girls who have attended, she accepts unswervingly Dame Ralash’s conviction that ‘Her girls support each other.’

So Shena introduced me to Charity Belle. A rather pretty young lady, still somewhat naive…

View original post 1,314 more words

2 thoughts on “Guest poet and raconteur: Tallis Steelyard – A Family Saga

  1. I have to thank you for the efforts you have put in penning this blog.

    I really hope to check out the same high-grade content by you later
    on as well. In truth, your creative writing abilities has encouraged me to get my very own site now 😉

    Liked by 1 person

  2. I just like the valuable information you provide for your
    articles. I will bookmark your blog and test again right here frequently.
    I am rather certain I will be informed a lot of new stuff proper here!
    Good luck for the following!

    Liked by 1 person

Comments are closed.