This is the first in my Archangel Saga. It is the story of Tylell, destined to be the Archangel of the Flame.
Yeah... sorry 'bout that.--- Foreign Terms: --- Naysay: No Yeasay: Yes Wen'kian: little white worm guys, maybe the size of a Golden Retriever Ro'kian: Rockies and their Riders(Last updated: May 2005) (10 pages in three parts; 6,500 words total)
I was bored one day, so I painted a picture of a phoenix, taking as my reference point a crimson topaz hummingbird. I then thought 'hmm.. I want to write something,' and this is what occurred
Darkness is just light without a flame. Plus the crature that dwells there.
A young Paladin trainee with a task to balance the return power of the Demonia Empire.
A once peaceful planet ruled by an evil spiritual force, a slave race wants their freedom and there is only one way to take back the planet that was rightfully theirs...to follow one man on his quest to become one with a secret flame that burns within his very soul and gives him the power to fight the darkness! (Very sci-fi :-))
This is, in case you don't realize it after reading this, about flame. I'm fascinated with it.
'Tis a story with no 'e's. I blame Megan Proverbs and my keyboard. Megan because she suggested I write a story with no 'e's and my keyboard because the 'e' key quit working and because of that, events led to Megan's suggestion. Understand, here, that I couldn't use the word 'the', past tense, and a great deal of the English language besides. So, sorry if it makes no sense. >. O_O?! Its August 19, and this got a mod's choice. Wow. this is awesome, but also slightly creepy. *is not going to explain*
It is well known that creatures that flutter through the night are drawn to lights and flames. In this poem I’m trying to express why the fairy seeks out the flame. But also why he doesn’t fly away when he noticed that the flame is too hot for him.
Listen all, to my tale- a tale of a page who grew into her blade; a tale of love and loss, magic and royalty, courage and freedom. It is the story of the Fire Queen, the lady knight with the heart of a phoenix... Listen, all, to the tale of Tyrona Starfyr.
This story is rather an interesting take on shadows and darkness.
Ermmm... I have no idea what I was thinking when I wrote this. I get the feeling I was maybe a tad upset...
First paragraph/stanza contains much cliche, but don't worry, that's intended. A view of the night. Inspired by a beautiful image and some reading prior to that. Nothing to do with religion or spiritual enlightment, BTW.
A love story...of sorts. A creature of the fairy lands falls in love with humans and what mortals possess.
Verse 1 and 3 were written here by Edward.C.Arvidson . The rest I can take credit for.. :P