Christmas in July-July 22, 2021

First of all, I do not own this image and therefore am giving credit whereupon credit is due. Secondly, I know that I should be boycotting Facebook, because of how they have treaded upon me, but I realize that these Christmas in July images are indeed enjoyable by at least a few of my Facebook [and Instagram] friends. Finally, some time late last week my writer’s block has left me and I am in the mood to be creative once again. So, submitted for your approval, is the words I believe this picture is worth to me: Here I picture a twenty-six year old man who is a fugitive from the law but not justice. His crime? Many find his writings to be highly seditious and subversive. Many more though are tremendously encouraged and inspired by his work. Accompanied by him is his twenty year old lover turned wife, though they were quietly wed in an unregistered ceremony. They are so much in love and full of affection towards each other but trying their best to hide from the oppressive authorities. They walk through a rural area, thinking they won’t be found. Subsequently, they come upon an old barn and hide there for the night. In the morning, the owner sees their footprints in the snow and retrieves his sawed of shotgun to confront whomever is in his barn. They are snuggling together and just barely waking up in each other’s arms when the door is flung open and he catches them. Immediately he recognizes the young man as the wanted fugitive, pumps his shotgun and orders both of them to lie face down. Subsequently they are bound by rope and the local sheriff’s department is called. While waiting for the cops to arrive, he angrily lectures them, first to the young man on how he should have worked a real job, kept his head low and been a contributing member of society instead of an insurrectionist. He then tells the young lady that she is just as evil as her lover for providing love and comfort to him. They are taken into custody. The young man is flogged to death without due process. The young lady is thrown into a women’s prison where she is murdered by fellow inmates due to their raging jealousy of her innocence and beauty.

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