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Legacy Of A Child Bride: Eridi’s Journal Entry Number One

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Mother and I nearly got caught today. I thought it was kind of fun, hiding from my father’s palace guards, but my mother was truly terrified.  I know that going to school is forbidden to me – at least school in the sense that it applies to males – but my mother thinks it is important for me, so we both take the risk.  I enjoy school, though when I should ever get the chance to use it in my life is beyond me.

Anchoress Ensharra gave me a gift today.  She gave me this journal.  She told me I should write down my thoughts and experiences in it, and that I should keep it private, which is rather an alien concept for me.  Nothing I do is private.

I am Eridi, primary daughter of the primary mate of the Most Wise Lord Eridu, supreme ruler of the Autarkhos of Lebonath Jas and Lebonath Tras.  I have known since my earliest childhood that I am destined to be the wife of a powerful prince, and that my marriage will further my father’s kingdom.  I was born for that purpose, and I am being trained to that end, and groomed to that end.

On a usual day I am surrounded by a cadre of women.  I am weighed and measured.  I put nothing in my mouth that they do not approve first. I do not speak, except to answer their questions or to recite what they teach me; what tone to use, and when to whisper, and when to sigh.  My arms, legs and breasts are massaged and exercised to make them shapely and supple.  I practice every day with the facsimile of a male organ – how to stroke it, and mouth it, and what to say to cause it to produce seed.  I suppose because I have the facsimile, my virginity is checked every day as well.  I know better than to introduce it into myself, though I find it tempting.  I would be killed instantly if I were found out, and of course I would be.  As I say, nothing is private.

I do not resent my life.  I know I am an instrument of peace.  I know I was chosen of the Gods to represent my father and my people.  I know that I do not belong to myself, nor am I destined to do so, but I must admit, having the chance to write down my thoughts, and having enough education to be able to do that, is … stimulating.  It stimulates my brain.  I like that.  I must find a safe place to keep this.  A private place.

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