And we're back! Last week was one of those ones where I didn't really get anything done writing-wise, so I was glad to jump back into Three Word Wednesday this week. This week's words were loud, persuasive, and riches.
John read the words out loud. They were difficult, and felt like they lacked the persuasive power that the words from the English school had. He wished David were still here; David had always been better at pronouncing these words from Father's tongue. John was alone, now, though – he had the riches of a thousand books but no one to speak to. Everyone else who spoke his language was long dead, through wars and plague. He had to reteach himself the language. Learn it well enough to spread it to others. Then his family, his people, could live again.