I wrote this around 1:30 on the morning a few days ago. I'm not very happy with the ending, but it's not the worst thing in the world.
Here we learn a little bit more about the Dialos, not a lot granted, but a little. Next bit on Garnor's story.
A poem..There are sometimes very good reasons for why a few people feel like they don't really fit in anywhere..(Note: I'm not really pleased with this poem..in fact..I'm hardly ever pleased with anything I write. Maybe when I am..then I'll have something really good.)
Tolkien meets the Book of Genesis.
Woohoo! Another post! Betcha all are happy, huh? :) This is another exercise I did with Kayla, like the one before, although this one isn't comic like that one was. The exercise was to ask your character what they wanted more than anything else, and what they'd do to get it. This is what Kayla wanted.
Another three chapters of 'In Quest For.' Again, there are a few spells, all self-explanatory, but here are the translations in case you want to know what exactly it means. I am doing this out of memory mainly, so I am sorry if I did any mistake in Latin somewhere - I never had Latin in school ;) Elabi ex oculis = to vanish out of sight; Claude = to close; Volatus et vincunum = flying/flight and binding; Debilatio = to paralyze; Coporis Motus = to be in motion; Gladius = sword; Cade = fall
Ok... I wrote this... guess where? In the fog, alone. The fog was so peaceful, and it seemed so magical, I had to write something about it. So... I did! :)
Ever feel alone, well this is a story about what happens we when we feel alone
Story ~ Sect 2/?: Aliaya finds herself alone and unprotected. Theres nothing she can do but continue or go back to her father. She continues on....
I wrote this as a tribute to dragons who just want to be left alone so they come out at night and disappear when the day replaces the night
this is a sort of sequal to the poem chance. Chance tells of the fate who gives lives, and the other side of chance is the fate that gives death
I have know clue what i was thinking when i wrote this. I hope that you'll enjoy it!
Kit Royatanka speaks of his first encounter with the man who will become his husband. This was inspired both by Scylla's story 'Fall Into Me,' and my poetry class. Rather dark, but don't worry, this entire situation has a happy ending.
Not one of my better works, though I am still quite proud of it. Hope you enjoy!
My personal favorite of all my poem's so far, I wrote this during a period of my life when I was depressed. (I didn't realize it at the time, but a few years later, it surfaced) The imagery is still /very/ powerful for me.
She is a vampress who is always alone, sad. She is beautiful and talented, but it all comes with a price.
This is a song me and Steven Bowcott, our band vocalist (and a better guitarist than I'll ever be) wrote a few days ago (March 14th, 2001 or so). It's about me, Steve, and Jen, a friend of ours, walking alone on New Years. The music that goes along with this song is...amazing. We wrote on the fly, in one jam session. I was on Rhythm guitar (I love the support roles- I'm a bassist at heart, i think), Steve was on lead (our normal lead guitarist wasn't there, and he seldom writes anyway), and our Drummer, a little guy named Rob, was on...well...Drums. Long story short, we had the best song ever come out in fifteen minutes or so. Think Deftones mixed with Tool mixed with Mudvayne, with a tiny slab of Manson thrown in for fun.