I wrote this because I was moved by a peice KI Johnson did. She is an awesome artist. Click here to see her drawing!!!!
A poem describing the story of Julia and Panos.(Please read Story first)
Here's an example why I make the bestest childsitter ever. A poem about...Fairies! Enjoy, praise and worship my artistic brilliance and genius.
Just a start (or finish?) to a story about a female vampire trying to escape...
Poem about a Blood Hunter, who was in love with a mortal, but knew she would never be able to bring him over to her side T_T isn't it sooo sad? When he asked her again, she gave in , but in the end, he dies ;_; I made some changes, but I still doubt: 'And you no more are bound' used to be'But you still are bound' 'I hear your voice| Even in my grave' was: 'Now here come the boys| To put you in your grave' And 'Now I am alone| I’ve lost you| Unable to moan| I’ve killed myself too' used to be: 'I am alone now| I lost you| To your soul I bow| I’ve killed myself too' any idea's suggestions??
A recently completed poem in iambic quadrameter. Critiques would be greatly appreciated. I am currently debating the addition of a few stanzas as well as overall expansion. (A 2004 piece)
Here is the thrid entree. Not as sad as the first two, but sad enough.
This was meant to be a poem of a vampires birth, and how its life out folds. But I came to a point where it just stopped... Maybe I'll finish this one day.... The day has come, I feel it sort of falls under the same plae mood as most of my work but, hey! that's me, you ither like it or you hate it. but enough ranting, read it and be sure to gimme some comments, they always make my day. Good or bad that's up too you.
Another poem of mine, something pulled from the tangles of my mind and something I tried to make sense of.
This poem's about a feeling of change as a creature of the night stalks it's prey. It could be a werewolf or a vampire - take you pick.
A story delving a little into the thoughts that go through the mind of a predator. I think you'll enjoy it :D
A very good friend of mine, Lord Crusan, asked my help to write a description for one of his images. I offered to write a poem instead. A small version of the image can be found beneath the poem (posted with his permission). It's so small you can't even see what's in it. The original can be found here. Please take some time viewing the rest of his gallery.
the pleasure of food - the desire to satisfy the hunger is always overwhelming