Okay, I had to fight several nasty dragons to get thischapter put up with the illustration...I'd appreciate some comments on that, too! Don't mind it's crappiness, please, I'm a better writer than I am an artist.
Well here's the last of it...well, the last that I have written. The story isn't finnished but hopefully it will be soon
Flight of eagles, part one. Same chara as Twisted, totally different story.
There is a moment, in everyone's life, when they know without a doubt.... that reality is twisted...
part three, continued from part two... more to come
Now i would like some peoples opinion on the story so far, i feel kinda like it is moving too fast, does anyone else feel this way or is just weird old me?
Five poems about the 'element fairies' of earth, fire, wind, water and love.
I started this as just something to pick up and work on when I had a few spare minutes but I've become quite fond of Keelyn, Phillip, and Andrew. It is not finished and may never be. I just keeping adding more and more to it.
This is a sort of Dictionary to my story The Five Powers. More words and phrases will be added as the story progresses. All of the words are also in alphabetical order.
Originally intended to be a short story, I decided to make this a lengthy poem, mostly because I'd feel wrong being an American of Irish descent writing about a (newly-concocted) Chinese myth. So I made it a poem instead. With some tweaking it could be a poem about a Western dragon. But I digress---this poem is about an ultra-powerful five-clawed (that's digits per limb!) Imperial dragon, the very symbol of the historical Chinese Emperor himself, who makes a difficult choice based on his conscience. For those of you looking for something more 'serious' from me, this ought to fit the bill.
The next epic part in blah blah blah blah. Excuse last paragraph, I was really struggling...
a meeting of two old friends discussion of what is to be done about the harsh times.