This is just one of those sappy romantic short stories which, as all sappy things go, ends in tragedy. Written in 1999.
Walking through the rain one destined day, Ronin comes upon startling discoveries. Whispers in the wet streets of the mysterious city of Windrow brings a new meaning to 'Are you afraid of the dark?'
Just a short little description I wrote of my alter ego in fantasy life, Katiana Steelhart Bourne Nashon. I like this story alot!
I haven't got a chance to post any forbidden children, but this story (its only a start and I have no idea where its going) Came from a prompt from my creative writing class. Where you had to write about a character with a secret he doesn't want to tell
A sci-fi story about human life on a another planet, and one girl's battle to stop history repeating itself. (It has been added to! and more to come very soon)
I wrote this late one night. Alone in the dark, I saw the eyes...
Short Story ~ COMPLETED: I can't explain this story. I was driving in my car and thought to myself, what sort of thing could travel as swiftly and as straight as a car. No animal in the world. The faeries found something that could.
A short poem about someone stuck in a dark stone room with no doors. To me it has the feeling of a game, maybe some evil king throws people in there to see how long they can live. Inspired by a line from Star Trek TNG. I deleted this one by mistake also, so here it is again!
This one is kinda difficult to describe... But well, let's say it is like some immortal creature looking for a woman long since dead. The rythm was sometimes sacrificed to the rhyme, I belive - but, alas! it's never been an easy trade.
i got the idea for this story when watching one of teachers click down the corridor. things just went on from there.
Where you first realze how sweet and charming Sil is.... And the possiblities of Magick. (I love spelling it like that)
This is one of my newest stories. I wrote it for a friend's b-day. It is a little more romancy than I usually write. The plot is good though. If you have read 'A Lesson' and enjoyed it, you'll probably like this one too. Have fun! And keep smiling.
A short poem I thought about sitting one day in north Central Park.
This is the first chapter and second chapter of the story of my prolouge, 'A Single Tear'