I know, lame, lame story title. But this is a test piece I want you to read, and because it's posted, that means I want comments. Once upon a time, Sara wrote a story she called 'The Battle of Love'. The story started out well enough, but it soon became plagued with stupidity. So, Sara took it down and annoyed you all. (That sentence may have been in the wrong order.) I have no title, and it's only the very beginning. Here's the replacement for BoL:
This is a ballad I wrote which mythologizes the Apollo mission. I wrote it as though the world was destroyed pretty soon afterwards, and many people took the step back to the middle ages and became rural and undereducated. This ballad (which evolved into an epic poem really) is like how I imagine opinions and imagination might have minupulated the story over a very long period of time. A+ baby! ~*~*Mod's Choice 5/31/05*~*~ Whohoo! Thank you, thank you!
I have always loved myths, so when James K. Bowers came up with this project, I could not resist. Here is one of my favourite greek myths told with a slightly different angle. I have been truly blessed and honoured to have a talented artist create something special for this story. Please check out Zamia Rose Bailon's beautiful artwork. Thank You Zamia!
This is the origin of the rainbow. I used some gods and goddess in it..in greek mythology. It was actually an assignment in English because we were studying greek mythology.
the greek gods Artemis and Apollo have a disagreement and cause a solar eclipse
Here it is, the season finale. There are no surprise illigitimate children, old charactors who died episodes ago returning but being played by different actors, or last minute matchmaking. However, one of them (dramatic boom) will (dramatic boom) die.
A humorous look into the secret meetings of the ancient gods.
A/N: Thank you for reading! There is Mislaid again and Wake (the only non rhyming poem in here!) is also there. This is the end before the epilogue! Yay!
NOTE: because of the italics rule, Euterpe's memories are going to be segmented by brackets (aka ]) between the brackets are memories. kay! ^_^ A/N: Thank you for reading! All the ‘songs’ in here are my own poetry. This one only has The Moon and The Stars (not posted anywhere cause I wrote it a long time ago) again. Here is the muses (cause sometimes I don’t mention what their role is), in case anyone is too lazy to look it up themselves: Calliope (the 'beautiful of speech'): chief of the muses and muse of epic or heroic poetry Clio (the 'glorious one'): muse of history Erato (the 'amorous one'): muse of love or erotic poetry, lyrics, and marriage songs Euterpe (the 'well-pleasing'): muse of music and lyric poetry Melpomene (the 'chanting one'): muse of tragedy Polyhymnia or Polymnia (the 'singer of many hymns'): muse of sacred song, oratory, lyric, singing and rhetoric Terpsichore (the 'one who delights in dance'): muse of choral song and dance Thalia (the 'blossoming one'): muse of comedy and bucolic poetry Urania (the 'celestial one'): muse of astronomy -Hmmm, I think the only ones I haven’t used yet is Thalia and Calliope….I probably won’t use Calliope, cause that name reminds me too much of Memories of Magic (another story of mine) And I have no idea where to put Thalia….
Artemis races across Greece trying to halt Ares mad quest for revenge. Or is that all it is? Thanks to all who are reading this story, and who apparently love Artemis' style of talking. I hope this lives up to their expectations.
Part two! Book II and III. I know, I know, you are filled with trepidation, your mind racing... How are they going to get out of this one kids? (sarcastic) P.S Finna and Farrin are the same goddess chick, yet for some reason I changed it and liked it half way through so there you go.
NOTE: because of the italics rule, Euterpe's memories are going to be segmented by brackets (aka ]) between the brackets are memories. kay! ^_^ A/N: Thank you for reading! The Moon and the Stars and Mislaid are featured again (Mislaid can be found in my account) And there is a reference to Unsaid at the end of one of the memories (it isn’t literally there, but if you read Unsaid….you can see it) There is also Some Things Are Better Left. I rather like Erato.