This is my response to a challenge by the ever-challenging Kat Myrman. She gave us three options for answering this week. Figure out which option I chose. You will have to go to her site to do this. Check out my previous tweets to get to her website. It will make you happy.

Hobbes lived in a maze far north to avoid monsters living in the hollows. The middle Moffat in a family of Moffats, his heart was strangely warmed by books. Called to die, he left books to a doctor in rags. They were sold by the pound to buy clothes for the temple residents. (275 characters)

The picture credit is to MorninbirdPhoto at Pixabay.com

 

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3 thoughts on “A Kindly Hermit”

  1. I like the way you incorporated several of the titles in your tale Ron. Hobbes left quite a legacy for a solitary soul. Though it is bittersweet that his benefactors were only touched by him after he was gone.

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