Silver Winged Lady

Erin Murphy

I found an image of a little silver haired and winged fairy, sitting on a tree branch in the snow a while back and I fell in love with it. I wrote this story about her.

Prologue 1 The Darkness

John R. Smith

This is the first part of my series. Though it doesn't have to do with the town of Blandend directly it sets the mood of the people/town when the war was over and the soldiers returned from the swamp camps.

The Lily's Story

Kimberly Steele

this is kind of a wierd little story fable thing about a sneaky tree mage who is messed up. At least it seems that way to me. Oh and yes i see the tree mage as being a real tree. don't ask.....

Destiny....

Alana Poirier

A somewhat sad/nostalgic poem about what might happen if Spring and Autumn were to be personified into lovers...

Endera Conflict - Chapter 2

Abe Dieckman

In this chapter, we are introduced to the protagonist of this half of the novel, the last survivor of an expedition to escape the earth. Space is lonely...

A Faerie Queen

Jenna Brager

This is a poem about a faerie who falls in love with a human boy

Where are all the knights....

L. Gilliam

This is to someone very important to me, who doesn't know quite how important they are. They never notice how much I need them....

Minotaur, I -- poem

Anna Smith

This is one of what I call minotaur poetry. This just means that all deal with the minotaur -- as a symbol, as a people, and as my own personal reflection. Note the 'I' is as in 'me, myself, and I', not as in Minotaur, one.

Untouched

Lindsay Cooper

About a candle and it's lonely home...an old shack.

Nobody

Risiart Lloyd

Quite a weird poem. You can read it (up until the last stanza) as either positive or negative - but if you read it as positive you must take the negative word, Nobody, and make it a positive entity. Nobody can be the name of a person or nobody as a word in it's original sense. You chose.

Nightrider Poem

Amanda Jacobs

This is a poem about an 'alter ego' of mine...

~ Loneliness in Crystal ~

Megan Mcbride

I really don't like this one. but who cares, eh.

IV: One Of Those Nights

S.L. Minton

Fledgling Chronicles IV

Wild White

Angela Cliff

This story is a little different to what I normally write but see if you can understand it.

The Hat

Vicki Nemeth

Inspired by Bifrost's 'Mad Hatters On Parade'. At first, I thought it was too low quality to put here or to add to Bifrost. I should know better. It's not like this is an elitist twit gallery. I should have submitted this to them when I had the chance. Now I just want to have something else up here. I wrote this after weeks of trying to come up with something to give Bifrost. Finally, after pulling an all nighter, I blurted it out before dragging myself to bed. That evening, I posted it on WritersCo, parading 'sleep deprivation' as a helpful writing exercise. Written on May 30, 2006. Note for Mods: My previous upload of this story had a bug regarding my use of no-break spaces. I've since removed those.

'Classical Dragon's Lament'

Paul Doyle

This is a poem about a typical, damsel-eating 'classic' dragon who finds himself besmitten with his virgin sacrifice, and therefore in a big dilemma.

Space-Link and New-Time

Anna Panda' Simmons

This is a poem I wrote.

Eros Complex

Erin Carter

I had one of McCaffery's lines running through my head, and used it at the beginning of the poem. What's it about? You tell me!

Seasons

Elizabeth Cordes

Another poem, I think...I call it a story-poem, because for me, poems should rhyme. Anyway, I was kinda half-inspired to write this because of my boyfriend, and half-inspired to write it because of my frequent bouts of depression. Life has its ups and downs, but you have to live through the downs to get to the ups. Hope you all like this one.

Angel Mine

Crystal┬┤-una┬┤ Rodriguez

Yes, I admit it. I am infatuated with rain!! It's the perfect element, don't you think? Another story in the rain, this is about having that angel to protect you always. Whoever said guardians angels are never seen must not have read my story.