Chrysalis: The Butterfly Fields

As the story goes, a stone’s throw downstream of Johnsport, amongst the mighty oak, silver ash, and cottonwood trees, where the gentle breeze brushes the tall bristles of wheat grass, intermingled with the occasional petals of tiger lilies, crocuses, and wild roses, were freedom, safety, and sanity…The Butterfly Fields.” More

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About Donna R. Wood

"It is the function of art to renew our perception. What we are familiar with we cease to see. The writer shakes up the familiar scene, and, as if by magic, we see a new meaning in it." ~ Anais Nin

Life is a journey on which we all embark from the moment in which we take our first breath. Since the beginning of time, the scribes, the bards, or the writers have been tasked with the laborious endeavor of recording the journey of the human race. I am among these.

I am a writer of the abstract, and a relentless propagator of the metaphor. I am a reader of the classics, and the contemporary.

The prose I offer forth into the world are pieces of myself, pieces of the world. The world I knew, the world I know, and the world that may yet be. I am an independent author as my worlds are my own. These are the worlds which I wish to share with you, the reader.

Donna R. Wood lives in Wahpeton, North Dakota, USA. She is a graduate of Interstate Business College in the computer and medical sciences. Her interests lay in the humanities and the global community. As such, she has worked in diversity, and higher education. In 2009, Donna was awarded the YWCA Cass Clay Woman of the Year award, in the 'Advocating for Equality' category.

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As the story goes, after the great clan wars, two sisters dwelt on the edge of the canyons, in the manor of the Lord and Lady McCormick known as Bainsford. Each of them bears their own burdens of birth. Elsie the scars and markings of her people, the na h√Čireann, men of science and discovery. Annalicia the condition she inherited from her father, a hideous, violent man - an outsider.

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