Well, this is the poem I made by my drawing Neven wanted this. Not that special.
We can never tell what another thinks unless we can read minds
This is my second chapter yay! Mera has been sent to ettiquette school by her mom and does not get to she Kiyhon for seven years. A new character is here and Kiyhon has powers woot! (pictures will come as soon, I don't have a scanner ;_; so i'll have to get my friend to help with that).
Sometimes we never truely understand things till much much later
A Dysfunctional Family,A Broken Home,Parents That Doesnt Love Each Other Anymore,Parents That Left Their Son. What more could Dimitri Mikaelson Carter take? Why is he even on a mission to get his family back together? Love & Life motivated him too.
A tale of the 'birth' of a concious sword called The Fairytale. This could be an introduction to a saga, but I'm not making any promises.
For this poem, I used some basic ideas from Lewis Carroll, such as the white rabbit, and used them in an original poem
Actually, this story is a music video for the song 'Never Alone' by Barlow Girl in short story form. Ara came up with it, I just wrote it out.
This is based off of a statement a another Elfwood writer, Anne Wiltgen, said to me, 'I'm never as lonely as it seems.' I apologize if it is not the exact wording, but it was great inspiration for this poem.
A poem written by HalfFace. *walks off wondering if anyone remembers who HalfFace is* *comes back* Um... this is kind of an aftermath of a long story.
I wrote this in about half an hour. I couldn't believe how quick the inspiration hit me!
This poem is inspired by the episode 'Calliope' in the Sandman series (which are brilliant and written by Neil Gaiman), where the Dream King gives Richard Madoc ideas in abundance. Madoc rants: 'A sestina of silence using the keywords dark, ragged, fire, screaming, kiss, never.' A sestina is a kind of highly structured verse, which is rather difficult to write. I gave it a try, and although I must confess that strictly speaking it isn't a sestina, I am pleased with how the poem turned out. (April 2008)