a slightly funny short story about a hero that bravely ran the other way.
Unfinished, first off... Something I started only a few days ago, and am a little bit stuck on... I know -basically- where I am trying to go, but... right now am pulling a blank as to how to get there. Little bit surreal, really trying to experiment with language in this one... comments more than welcome.
Here is the sequel The Princess, The Dragon And Harry The-Not-Very-Brave and is the second part in the Saga of The Misadventures of Harry The-Not-Very-Brave. However, this story can still be enjoyed without having read the first one (though it is recommended). This is my take on the legend of Saint George, and was inspired by a beer poster that I saw a while ago. Once again, it is at least meant to make you smile if nothing else. Hope you like it!
This is Section 1 of a 3-Section story that was originally meant to be a short story. It was inspired by a line in Stephen Crane's 'The Red Badge of Courage', where he describes the War as a machine that spits out dead men. That got my sick mind thinking, and this is the product of the thought. It's mostly a 'dark future' sort of story that takes place in a Factory, and focuses on a Worker named Mi'an who is fascinated/sickened by the War Machine, an actual Machine that men enter in hopes of being a hero, then fall out dead ten seconds later. It's not technically an anti-war story, but someone could take it that way I guess. It really isn't any sort of political thing...There is a point I'm trying to get across however, and if one reads the entire story, one will probably see it. (I hope it isn't too violent for Elfwood.)
Breaker Academy... the school ontop the mountain cliff, overlooking the sea.
About bagpiper Evyar and a captain who tought he was brave
I wrote this for school when we were supposed to do an essay on what our first and last name meant. But my teacher didn't like that it was a story, so, I got a C. *grumbles* -_-
There is not an awful amount that happens in this introduction, but it is essential to the plot.
Sean Camaradi, Lucia Faramein and Alex Guardings... the destined three.
This poem was inspired by a book that I once read. One of the characters died to save another's life. I've always thought that was so...brave and noble! (for lack of better words!) Well, please tell me what you think! I've been working on revising it, with help, for a while now. Thanks! (Wow.... my library is filled with old pieces and dust...)
A troubled Freshman named Sean Camaradi struggles to live his life in the mysterious town of Breaker's View, Califoria. Between bullies, alienation from his parents, and a three-hundred year old secret that plunges him and his friends into a world of trouble, the prospect of simply living takes on a new meaning...
This is the second chapter of the second book in a series I'm writing. I write for fun but wouldn't mind being published so if you have advice or are interested, let me know.
The is one of my 'lighter' stories. It appears not to be of the best skill, but it was written in about thirty minutes. Its certainly takes a break from my more 'dark' things.