An Experiment in Immersive Storytelling
A Late Email From Delilah

Sent: Mar 7, 2017, 2:17 PM

From: Delilah Horvat

To: Amon Nagi

Subject: Words of contingency

I’m sometimes forgetful so I write notes to myself. My grandfather always looked down on me for it. I started making them hard for him to understand. Keep this safe in case anything happens. I will call Zarina later and give her the -D-coded version.

A westernly soft and gentle breeze blows

Across the Court of Allison

From the gate house of the wind

Let your arrow fly true through the pasture

Stand in the shelter of the old lonesome one

Let loose another toward the rising sun

Past the place of respite at water’s edge

Let the footpath be your guide

To the glade, beyond the forest v

Dee-lightfully Yours,



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This is part of an immersive fiction story titled "Absolution" by J.A. Hernandez. If you're unfamiliar with the story, check out the Table of Contents for more information.