False Prophets

I have spent my whole life putting my trust in those who claim to know my future.  For over thirty years I have left Fortune Teller after Fortune Teller with the same feeling of betrayal.  Money and lies has always been their line of business, and in exchange for crossing their hand with silver, I was rewarded with everything but the truth.  My father told me if they are so confident they can read the future, then ask them for next week’s lottery numbers.  A few weeks ago a friend told me of a person by the name of Pa Latchem.  This man would warn people in riddles or difficult lines of poetry, and would not take money for it.  By this time I had already given up on money takers, but was curious when I discovered it was for free.  I never deliberately went to see Pa Latchem, but instead he came to me.  I was walking in the forest with my dog early one morning, when I stumbled across a middle aged  man leaning against a tree.  There was no greeting, all I received from his mouth was a four lined poem, before he walked away.   I kept the poem in my head as I walked home, and before I reached the front door of my house, the hair on the back of my neck stood neatly upright.  For the first time in my life I found someone who didn’t ask my name or any personal information, yet he knew me better than myself.  That one encounter allowed be the belief that there are still people out there who are genuine.  

 

 

drennen drennen
41-45
1 Response Mar 31, 2012

i know great fortune teller. she helped me a lot with life, work, family, love etc related problems. when i saw her once i was amazed how she told me everything about me not even knowing me. i was shocked. she has 10 years of experience and is licensed as well. if anybody is interested her name is Dorothy and her number is 07407068195.