Weeping Cosmos

Amy Martin

A darker poem about the disrespect for life some people have... How what we do hurts all, even though we can ignore the pain.

The Enchantresses' Powers

Amarantha Dyuaaxchs

At the end of a war of the world, two sisters try to resolve differences to their own benefit.

TToR Two

Adam Hunt

A man is haunted by gruesome memories that nothing seems to be able to drown away. He has come to the conclusion that revenge is the only way to allay the pain. Luckily for him, there is a vampyre hunter nearby under the same resolve. The difference between the two is immediately noticeable; he is a pathetic wretch, though somewhat justified, and she is a thread of iron, unbreakable and determined.

Epic!

Brian Buckley

Hm... the word 'ridiculosity' might apply here. Well, if it were an actual word, anyway.

The Hunting Elf

Jon Petersson

Life can be ironic...

The Lost God

Jessica Ballew

Okay this poem is a little misleading. A while back I was writing this nifty story about the son of a god and a mortal, who didn't know who he was, and how he sort wandered around looking for clues to where he might have come from and ended up finding out his father was the lost god that had vanished long ago. I never finished it but I got really into writing poems about it at one point. I'm gonna make a comment that tells what each line individually means so be sure to check that out okay?

A Fire Elemental's Excuses

Christa Nopp

Well, the elemental was late ...

-Curved Yet Straight-

Emily Kirsch

I couldn't begin to explain this poem. It was done on impulse and nothing more.

Cursed Fly

Nathaly Rijks

Ah. Well had to upload something, right? It's not like this is the best I can come up with :P It's just that I still have to come up with different stuff....but now braindead readers (or kids) have something to read too :D

Off the Record

Kelsie Elizabeth

More journalism, Hoorah! I got this idea flipping through the posters at Wal-mart. Enjoy. There is some very, very minor language, for anyone who cares. August 2004 4 pgs *Bifrost*

TToR One

Adam Hunt

A man is haunted by gruesome memories that nothing seems to be able to drown away. He has come to the conclusion that revenge is the only way to allay the pain. Luckily for him, there is a vampyre hunter nearby under the same resolve. The difference between the two is immediately noticeable; he is a pathetic wretch, though somewhat justified, and she is a thread of iron, unbreakable and determined.

It Was Like A Dream...

Tamara Thiersmann

This tale was inspired by a dream I had...of course I attempted to make it a lil more cohesive when I wrote it, even adding an ironic twist at the end. ^_-

Prototype

Rachel Lawlor

A woman is having trouble with her new home. What can she do? Just a silly little piece of flash fiction. Personally, my favorite is the pillow. It's the first inanimate object to speak, making it the most absurd, and it's insulting to boot.

The Guild of Shadows 1

Benjamin La Schiazza

Another one of my random ideas. It also sets up a possible series if people like it.

Fred

Mitch Wold

A short story, with a somewhat atypical protagonist, written when I was very very tired. Which should serve as a warning that proper sleep is essential to one's sanity. Note: the 'nursery rhyme' is actually from a poem by Hughes Mearns (1875-1965) Note 2: the phrase 'raison d'etre' is from the French, and means 'reason for existing' or 'purpose'

Smog

Sara Dungavell

This is really really short, and an overdone theme, I know. I should really clump all the really small shorts into one longer one, it won't make sense but it'll be a bit more substantial

Save the Daffodils: An Introduction

Ingrid Hartman

Save the Daffodils: An Introduction is about a perfectly normal, sensible, college-age woman named Carol who suddenly finds her life turned upside down by a true nutty Professor and his crazy cohorts. A bit immature, I'll admit, but it was fun. :)

Astral

Zachary Lome

My first kind-of emotional piece, based loosely on real life, believe it or not. The history is not explained now, but it may be in a later story.

-Remorse-

Emily Kirsch

This one is a lot deeper then my other poems. I won't tell you what it's about... perhaps you can figure it out by yourself. I wonder, can you find the irony?

The Irony Of Innocence

Lev Wolf' Faerman

I came up with an idea for a story, and this ended up as my way of telling it. My First Upload to Elfwood, but not my first poem.