Riddles of the Phoenixes series

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Riddles of the Phoenixes series

The War of the Phoenixes.

The epilogues: Lavender’s blue.

A few years later…..

The world was at peace. The Phoenix kingdoms lived side by side in peace. Jenny had become the ruler of the Shadow Phoenix kingdom. Cyra and Jack, Sylvia and Jay, and Elizabeth and Eric had a triple wedding.

Jack sat in the meadow close to the Dake Phoenix kingdom. He sat on a picnic blanket, Cyra snuggled up next to him. Kids played in the flowered meadow and families sat on picnic blankets. Cyra clasped his hand between her own. “I love you Jack.” Cyra whispered softly. Jack grinned, and plucked a pink flower from the grass. He tucked it behind her ear. He wrapped his arm around his wife’s shoulders and kissed her on the cheek. Suddenly a boy, about nine, ran up. He had dark brown curls and brown eyes. “Mommy! Daddy!” He cried and snuggled in between them. “We we’re having a moment, Cedric.” Jack said jokingly. Cyra laughed and Cedric giggled.

Cyra hugged Cedric tightly. She rested her head on Jack’s shoulder and crooned softly lyrics of a song that she had sang long ago when she had first met Jack.

“Lavender’s blue, dilly dilly, lavender’s green. When you are king, dilly dilly, I shall be queen. Who told you so, dilly dilly, who told you so? ‘Twas my own heart, dilly dilly, that told me so…” Yes, life was good. The war was over. Peace had come. Jack smiled and gazed upward as a beautiful rainbow came from out of the clouds. The world was at peace and beautiful still.

Hi guys! It’s me SunnyFox57. It feels so weird to say this but…The Riddles of The phoenixes series is over!!! Thank you all for reading my story! Thank you for supporting me through this whole crazy journey. I may or may not write another story. If I do…I’ll make sure to tell y’all. Thank you so much. May God bless you, and keep you. 😊


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