[PODFIC] Branches touches, roots entwined
"Afoot Sisera fled to the tent of Yael Hever's wife, for there was peace between King Yavin of Hatzor and the House of Hever the Kanite.
And Yael went to greet Sisera and told him: Here, my lord, come to me; fear not. And he turned into her tent and she covered him with a blanket.
And Yael Hever's wife took a tent's stake and a hammer in her hand and quietly went to him, and she struck the stake through his temple all the way to the ground; and he had been asleep and exhausted, and so died."
- Judges 4:17-18, 21
The text of this fic was originally composed as part of purimgifts 2013, as a gift for lea_hazel.
- Title song is "Luray Women", as performed by Hot Soup
- Tune under the reading of the passage from the Book of Judges is the opening of "Hamsa" by Bustan Avraham, from the album Hamsin
- "Uri Dvora" bridge from שירת דבורה | Song of Dvora, arranged by Nurit Hirsch and performed by Ester Rada and the Ra'anana Symphonette Orchestra
- Exit tune is from Asleep in Childhood's Bosom as arranged and performed by Maureen Nehedar
The following sound effects from freesound.org were used under the attribution license: hamp rope creaks by 6polnic, Water Pour by JohnsonBrandEditing, and Stone_On_Water_04 by RSilveira_88