This is the second in my Archangel Saga. This tells the tale of Orius, Archangel of Water...
This is a poem that I wrote that goes along with a story that I'm currently writing. It's about a powerful gift to man from the Gods called the Aklinnor - a medallion which holds power over the elements themselves. Read the poem to see what man did with it. I wrote this one in a hurry and I'm not sure if I like it. Quite a few of the lines are akward. Let me know what you think
The Northern Continent is at war with the Southern. But the Northern Continent didn't start it. The evil southern Imperialists did. The northern Traditionalists are only fighting to protect their world. Their world is governed by Mages. They are the highest, gifted by Magic. And they are the only ones who have free choice of their occupation, regardless of birthrank. All others must choose the job that their birthrank assigns. After a Mage completes their training, they must go on a year-long pilgrimage. A Mage will go on this Journey with a group of seven others; eight Mages, one for each element. But something has happened. Now, one Mage has discovered something that no one, not even the Mage Council, knows. As the Mage shows the others, they realize that only they can gift the world with the knowledge that there ancestors had. The knowledge of who are truly evil in this war.
This is the first Chapter in the Elementals. It shows a glimps at the original ten Elementals and how they discovered themselves, and found the Merlin.
Ok...this is an A-level English project. The task was to create a radio script, on any subject. I was stuck for ideas, and then I thought, what if they had radio in prehistoric times....
Just an idea that popped into my head one night. An outcast battles for his long sought after acceptance to a powerful group. 7-10-05
The firey spirited Bregita wakes from another haunting dream in which she is called to save the sorceress queen Dirwan from her royal captor. But what is the source of the dreams? And why is she compelled to follow?
Bregita and Geoffrey, with cunning and a little brute force, fight their way through to reach the queen's cell only to find out that she...
A young man, an exchange student, a clashing of lies, realities, and life that will never forfeit chaos until the last piece falls into place. The world is turned upside-down when the elements are destroyed, causing all of humanity to lose their human sides of things, reflecting the creatures they truly are. Funny, Suspenseful, and Touching, what other combination could you get when you combine a psychic angel, a cat, a demon, a vampire, and two people who are strangely immune to humanity's curse? This is, Completely Incomplete
This is a short poem from the point of view of Hamlet, or possibly anyone else who was entranced by Ophelia. It was inspired of Waterhouse's rendition's of her, and posesses a fantasy theme. (5-4-03)
I won't go into to much detail, but I love the last character introduced. Sorry for the strange format, my computer stinks at setting up html format.
One of my first poems to by in genre for Elfwood. Very experimental. It's about feeling uncomfortable and unsure, about feeling unacceptable and out of your element ... in a fantasy style of course!
Four teenagers, some unaware of their own power, are the only ones who can stop an evil king...
Five poems about the 'element fairies' of earth, fire, wind, water and love.
The fifth part of the elemental series... Finally, two of the characters meet up and we draw closer to seeing all four in one place at one time... hopefully.
Verse 1 and 3 were written here by Edward.C.Arvidson . The rest I can take credit for.. :P
In which Sen is revealed as a sociopath and Nitesh and Marius are as subtle as sledgehammers. If you have no idea who these sexy boys are go back to Chapter 1 and Chapter 3 respectively. And no don’t ask me what’s going on. I have no idea. I’m just sitting here watching these characters run around and wondering who’s using my fingers to type because I’m not sure its me. This part of the story actually got edited before it was submitted to elfwood because it may or may not have been too explicit, so I played it safe and cut out a paragraph or two. Chapter 4 is short so chapter 5 is packed in with it. I have only one thing to say about chapter 5; lavicious is a word. It is a word most often used in the same sentence as lewd. I couldn’t find it on the online dictionary I looked at and it doesn’t exist in my spell check, but that might just mean I know more words than the dictionary. That or I make up good words. Either way, I win.