I'm a lover of nature, and nature inspires me greatly. Another time I may show Lady Autumn to the woods, but for now *waves her wing* I introduce thee to Lady Winter.
Story of a man desperate to escape the confines of mortality, tests one last plan to live on.
This is chapter 4. Cyobin meets the love of her life.
This is the 5 chapter. I think Maxx talks the most in this one than in any other chapter so far. And please remember... this is a little cat doing all this damage. Never thought a cat could do anything more than scratch when faced with a bath...
Again, just please don't ask me why. I guess i'm just your typical angsty teenager. Spleh.
When you are as old as i am you learn something, things are not as they always seem and your never alone even if you feel the breath on your hands
Quite a weird poem. You can read it (up until the last stanza) as either positive or negative - but if you read it as positive you must take the negative word, Nobody, and make it a positive entity. Nobody can be the name of a person or nobody as a word in it's original sense. You chose.
I wrote this sitting in an English class quite a long time ago now. I didn't plan it at all, it just came to me so I scribbled it down. It's basically how I see our modern world. it's about corruption, tainting good things, and what may happen if the world doesn't wake up soon. A load of nonsense really :)
While waiting for the rest of my family to show up, the management of Blue Pines fell upon my shoulders. I find that my daughter's heart has been stolen away. My wife was attacked by ghosts. And my son has spoiled like everything else in this cursed land. We flee south and east as far as we can, fleeing the source of desecration, only to be turned north again. Unwillingly.
A creature watches and stalks. It craves death...it hates it's immortality. Finally, it found a way to escape time... ---i was pondering the thought of time and how it must suck to live forever...and this is the result----
This is were Maxx is finally forced to come face-to-face with his changing perception of life. He is forced to run away to avoid hurting his friends. In his little day trip, he meets Sisserly, a little drakon who later bears his only son. Her family are rather corny, only because they don't live past this chapter.
Death can be deceiving. Just because one is not rotting does mean one is not dying...
I fled home with my family. Now I had a village, and my family was scattered all around me. I put on my father's armor, which chilled my heart, to seek out my daughter, who may or may not be in trouble. I finally find her and Edgar, Edgar and her. Them. Oh, and I get to witness the destruction of another town.