November 24: Lineage
Hours tick ‘round
Lined in furrows
Mortal matrons slow to rally
Endless landscape pure
Children gathered here for story
Wake the world endured
Light at rest
Prompt: What do the bees pass down? Their reign is short. Roll the die to decide how the world will go on when the bees are not here anymore.
Benevolence. Good charity is never in short supply to a close community. Choose aid over selfishness. Seek help over pride.
History. Never forget the foundation that guided you to your current path. Song, poems, texts—all tell tales.
Faith. There is a mighty presence that guides the world. Nobody must forget its divine manifestation.
Utility. Never disregard the power of working hands. Once people forget their purpose, they forget their life.
Venture. The world is so much bigger. Never stay content with being still. Always admire the world beyond the Hive.
Slate. There is no need to leave a legacy. The world will go on without you, and your life is yours to live however you see fit.
Write: How do the bees go about leaving their legacy on the world? Does everyone do the same thing, or do some of the characters look to pass on their own morality?
Follow along Remley Farr's narrative here.
Find the rules of the writing challenge here.
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