This story is basically about a maze of bodies that an elf girl, a human boy and his classmates encounter. They travel through the maze, each group separated, and come to certin fates.
This is something I'm working on...I'm not quite happy with it, although I'm not sure how to fix it. Any comments would be greatly appreciated. =] (also, thanks to my friend Dave for coming up with the first line of the story =])
A horror of religious nature and such. Also a practice in symbolism centering around religious themes. Notice the Seven Deadly Sins? Happy Halloween everyone! :D
Just an idea that popped into my head one night. An outcast battles for his long sought after acceptance to a powerful group. 7-10-05
The party descends into the city sewers in order to gain access to the gladiator's quarters.
I finally decided to write something kind of cryptic - you could take this at face value, but there's a hidden understanding placed underneath this story. It's helpful if you know the story of King Minos (NOT Midas, the guy who turned things to gold. Minos is different). I enjoyed writing this, even though it only took a few minutes. I think it's a unique look into an old story. Roles reversed?The unfortunate...thing...left alone with only his own thoughts to keep him company. A single voice that hearkens to him; the only words to ever fill his ears reveal a bewildering truth. Do you know what he is?
Kaiyro has been sent away into the caves where he meets certain individuals...
This is the first chapter in my story and introduces all the main characters.
Would you be afraid to meet a evil talking Jackal. to meet the burning flames of a giant dragon. Would you be afraid of a maze of fear and horrible memories, or a giant black Pegasus with a horrible attitude? Now you will see what Anye feels about these things.
These are two nightmares of mine. I don't like the second one too well...it was written 'bout a year ago and I slightly edited it recently. I'm trying to combine the two into a single story...they're whimsical, that's cos they're dreams! Please say something about this piece.
Hehe...umm ok...utter insanity..!!! I dunno what this is about i was just thinking that what if the reaper didn't really know what he was doing...hehe... yes i know im crazy!
The maze like manor becomes a wonderland as Anya finally discovers some of the house's strangest inhabitants and learns a secret or two.
Alros, Zadier and Tabagar make there way out of a maddened Isgrel. Little do they know the perils that await them under the ancient city, and the even greater ones without...
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. This is a long one, but then, no one appreciates epic poetry anymore. *grins and shrugs* What can I say, I'm verbose. This is the only poem I have that addresses the original Greek myth of the minotaur. For obvious reasons, I never liked it much. ;)
All Chloe wants to do is eat a bowl of Honey Crisps at six o'clock in the morning. However, a card in her cereal box invites her to challenge a game for a chance to win one million dollars. Unfortunately, Chloe finds out all too soon that the Maze is no game.