This story I wrote for Chemistry of all classes! The story is about a talking mole who experiences something extraordinary
This is a section of a five part description I'm doing on worst fears. Hopefully, I'll write the other ones eventually, and perhaps I'll even write a real story to go with it. I couldn't think of a name for her very quickly, so I just used my middle name. Just a note: please read through the whole story before dismissing it as a realistic fiction. Please?
This is on Kaba (finally. I added that little thing about the place, but never got around to putting up anything set there). Well, it's sort of on Kaba. John is in his own bed, sharing a dream with a friend on Kaba. Makes a lot of sense, doesn't it? Yeah. Right. And please take note: this time there is only one small paragraph in a strange font. I'm so proud of myself! Things are winding up almost normal! im doing better! yay!
Elfwood Artist and good friend Steph Salt drew a wonderful picture of a... No, not telling yet, it would spoil the story. She told the story behind the picture in a few lines. Someone commented that she should find a writer to write a longer version. Loving the picture myself I'm honoured Steph accepted my offer to write the story. Oh, you should visit Steph's gallery here at Elfwood.
This was a really old poem... but people seem to like it, so I'll leave it.
Fate bides her time, but always catches up. Tune in as Talin and company renew their acquaintance with someone they've met before...except things are a bit more complicated this time around.
~Poem~ Have you ever felt trapped by this world and longed desperately for another? I have...
i was very much awake when i wrote this in the middle of the night. i'm not sure where the idea came from, except that lately i have been wondering what human reactions are to extreme events. i hope to do several short pieces to illustrate my ideas.
A were born in the wrong time, struggling with an adolescence no one should have to deal with.
3-page (according to Word) poem. I really dug in the dirt to get this one, I think it's kinda weird.
I started writing this back in grade 12 (2000-2001) and found it again and finished it last year (2001-2002). That's why it's almost got two different styles... but I think it works? meh...
An angel who fell long ago and is now pretty much your average girl who oh yeah can fly at times..yeah I don't know where I'm going with this either...
Yet again, I couldn't resist using my Kristen story for a writing class, but I think this is strong and starts out a little different than the original draft. I like how it turned out so much that, I am putting it up. There is for the first time (shock) some interaction between Amolas and his mother, and I feel it is an interesting scene though it might need some strengthening and such. Any way sit back and enjoy. Let me know what you guys think.
Be gentle... this is a story written when I was in the fifth grade (self-explanatory right there, huh?).
YEAH! I finally have the next (I admit short) installment of Kristen! It literally has taken me forever to write this scene. The only version before this one I liked, I lost>...
Dragons can feel joy as well as anger. Simple things, such as a flight across the water on a sunny day, will please them immensely. Anyway, I wrote this in reply to my mom’s comments on how all my poetry was dark and depressing. I’d like any suggestions on it, especially regarding word use and synonyms.
The mystery girl just got more mysterious and we there are some new developments when it comes to Alex and his friends....
Following the prologue, Leyn embarks on her journey, and we meet the lumus!