The Pawns all got together recently for their monthly meeting in their hall, so they could discuss their dealings with the king and queen.
Lately life on the chess board has been getting a bit difficult to handle and talk on certain squares was that revolution was pert near inevitable.
In cahoots with the rules, each pawn got a huge spot of tea and a huge cauldron of porridge in return for his participation in the meeting.
The pawns broke up into groups of four with each group’s members working day and night to formulate plans for a new provisional government .
The knights were in training so that they could prepare to joust at a moment’s notice, and each of the bishops donned his purple stole so he could hear confessions.
Everyone absolutely dreaded the inevitable moment of truth.
Denise is back yet again with her weekly Six Sentence Story Thursday~