A little story I wrote when I was infatuated with this guy who had NO interest in me. It was kinda a launching pad for a much more complex story.
Ugh, another one in the works. Just seeking some opinions, as it's in a somewhat different style. I think i may need to expand it a bit, even though it IS just the very beginning
Working title. Aaelluria is a powerful battle mage, that has recently lost her lover Carcharoth in the heat of the raging war. But are the visions she keeps having of him returning to her, deep in the dark of night reality, or her mind wishing for her lover to return.
In my integrated studies course we had to write a letter to someone special that was about one moment in our life. This letter means a lot to me and was very hard to write.
An Idea I had after playing my Dogz5 game for a while. I hope you like it! Critics welcome!
Eek. i think i deleted the old version by mistake. Anyways if you think being royalty is the easiest and happiest life to live your wrong.... extremely wrong.
A question suddenly came to me- What if a shape-shifter, in all their countless lives, lost their identity? April 2003 1 1/2 pgs
A prologue (hence the title Perisis: Prologue. Anyway...) for a story that I gave up on ages ago and re-found when looking for something- anything- to put up.
This is a short story that leads to the future of the world of my stories, Druin. The Apocalypse has come and gone, and all magic has been lost, or so it is believed. For more details on Druin's(now known as 'Earth' to the humans) future, read the description on my drawing, 'Crystal Nova', at my Art profile.
I have been doing quite a few poems lately, and yet again this one is an attempt to make the darn things rhyme
We are fleeing Death. It is all around us. In the midst of despair, we find hope. Black, hopeless hope.
A begining to a story I wish to someday fill a book with my own wonders. It is of a child of the gods, a chosen soul to be bound in service to the companionship of a spirit that is held for all of time to guard the mountains that hold within them the once palace-of-the-gods, Haluvari.
A prinsess fleeing her kingdom writes to her beloved who was left behind. In his return letters she finds strength. This is the letters they shared until her return.
This is the first part of a poem I had to write for school. It's loosely based on ideas created by Dante in his 'Divine Comedy' but I didn't copy anything from it. Enjoy!
What is the nature of obsession and dependency? For the record, the religion depicted is not Buddhism, and the character's names should be pronounced jee-mo and chang-jew
Hhhhmmm....what to say? Well, i guess just that this is from my own personal world, obviously, that is nameless so far. But you can definitely expect to see many more tales from it. This merely introduces some key figures and places, and is actually an excerpt of sorts from a much longer story i'm writing that includes this. Hope you like it, and as always, please feel free to offer as much criticism as you like. I like it even better than praise. Though that's good, too. ;) Enjoy!