In which we see the inside of Aeric's school and learn a little bit about deception.
Chapter 3 of the 'Dragonsong' epic poem. This chapter was the connecting chapter... it was toughest to write.
I was in a bit of an other-wise mood, at the time, if you can tell.. :P
A young girl can see through the eyes of anyone who has the same eye color as her. When she looks through her bestfriend's eyes, she must decide whether what she has witnessed is a nightmare or not.
In a world of illusions and superficial beauty, how can you find reality? (Might write into a longer story, I dunno)
i dedicate this story to my good friend Isla. she gave me the idea behind the story and i thank her for it. ta isla.
the human nature may never allow you to see the thruth before it is to late
What happens when your mythical Siren finds herself getting a job in a modern day city? Started as an exercise of an idea I had...then it just spun out into this. More to come later on.
Just a poem I wrote after listening to too much Cradle of Filth. It was modeled after 'Dusk and Her Embrace,' but it's nothing really like it.
okok, yes yes yet ANOTHER poem about,.. that evil ol world. mhm. im cynical i know maybe even sinister... but i like this poem:) its kinda neat and has that weird touch again. i know the ryhme is cheesy, but its kinda supposed to be, in all of these. because im REALLY sarcastic, and thats just one of my ways of making fun of the world, heh. anyway, enjoy:)
Just a random little fable I did following a prompt on writingfix.com... I find it humorous.
This is a story based off of a picture that I drew when I should have been listening to my teacher in Social Studies class.
One day there comes the time when even the truest and best of all people will be tested by evil...
This was a short assignment I had to do for French class. Don't tell my teachers, but I usually write them up in English first x_x Anyways, it was an oral, so think of me presenting this to my teacher, and also it was required to have 'skzrunch' in it, so I'm not completely insane... (A 2003 piece)