Um...I think I started this a loooong time ago then finished it way after I had begun. Heh, not exactly a master piece I'm afraid, this is from when I was still stuck on having everything rhyme so it might be a little awkward in places. Oh well.
It's a poem and quite short, so see below.
Sometimes you have to close your eyes to actually see the world.
This is a glimpse on a humanoid world that i created years ago.Follow The Keeper(Dragon Humanoid) of Daemor while he tries to repel the invasion of the Skulls, there will be fire,there will be blood.
Holding onto memories for nostalgia at the necessary distance to keep emotionally safe yet holding so tight your knuckles go white in strain because no distance is far enough. All for that beautiful thing called nostalgia.
When orphan Robin is selected as the apprentice to a powerful wizard her whole life changes. When you are with Sebastian Balazar anything is possible.
Asher and his twin sister Mai have been cast out from their homeland and forced to travel and survive by themselves among humans, they are searching for one of their own to help them turn back home to the angels...
People on Earth can be pretty weird at times but imagine being forcefully abducted by Kiernan, a gorgeous golden alien, because you can "save the universe". Then, there's Rath, Flara, and Yixx who attempt to hijack us mid-saving and throw us way off. And to top it all off, Slin the Overlord, or whatever, wants my head on a pike, because only I can stop him from wreaking anymore havoc. Oh, and not to mention the massive intergalactic bounty he's placed on me. Double if I'm alive.Ugh, aliens.
This leads to a much LONGER series that I'm writing, titled Celestial Eternity. I'm really looking for critiques on this, good and bad alike, but please only constructive! Please leave a comment or e-mail me and let me know if you want to read more.
This is a story about two stars. Forever in the same sky, but always apart. Until one day, against what seemed almost mysterious, the two stars collide.
LEAKY BOAT is about wanting to escape the artificial world we created and also to call on people to relax a bit and enjoy life. Really it is the words to a song I wrote, but still valid as poetry:
Poem. Sometimes it's hard not to measure your own work against all of the beautiful things which influenced you.
Lying in the gutter, a poet thinks about the mistakes that led him there...
This story is a present day fantasy. It is in the form of a journal. All my friends that have read it seems to like it. There are Swahili words in it and I by no means am good in Swahili so if you know Swahili and find a mistake with my usage then please let me know. Please let me know what you think.
A short story about the trials and tribulations of Charlie, a computer onboard a satellite, launched from Earth. (Don't spoil the illusion! View the illustration last).
Rianneth Frostleaf is on a mission to find her half-sister Narilee, a potential threat to both elven and human kingdoms, and kill her. But based on the brutal attacks on the nearby human towns, she thinks of the queen, the military, and her rival Diana as mere aggressors attempting to destroy all potential rivals. Can Rianneth get to Narilee first and get them to sue for peace? This idea was inspired by a D&D Forgotten Realms (TM) campaign I wrote, as well as the novel 'Heart of Darkness' by Joseph Conrad and the critically-acclaimed movie 'Apocalypse Now' (http://us.imdb.com/Title?0078788).
This is a poem that I wrote in a few minutes. It's about an angel that's on the side of god, but then goes to the other side. It's kinda absract...