A poem about observations about life and God and silly obsessions that people sometimes have thinking that what they're obsessing over is the only thing that will make them happy.
It seemed that people weren't entirely satisfied with the original beginning, so I decided to create this!
This story was inspired by U2's 'October,' the lyrics to which can be found at the end of the story. It gave me the idea of personifying seasons as people, October being the first I tackled. I want to write more, but I'm having trouble coming up with other plotlines. *sigh* I'll think of something eventually.
This part I actually wrote at the same time as one and two, but forgot to post it after some computer troubles. I tried to edit out some of my worst mistakes here, but I was astonished to find how much my writing can change in a years time.
This first chapter of the Elements. In which the Four Elements meet.
The final story in the arc, and shamefully, the shortest. It depicts the final two characters in the line of Merinov, fully introducing the family historian, Nala, who becomes a member of the Psionicists, and her brother, Rhuld, who continues the Paladin family history. I fully intend to work and improve the quality of all four stories: Dark Day, Yellowed Letter, Longest Knight, and Lost Sister. I welcome any and all comments and suggestions to do so.
This is the sad story of a merchant in the grips of a crisis, life is crashing in upon him on all sides, and he can find no happiness. Only through outside intervention can he see the joy in life. A must read.
Immogene Hashby is to find a suiter, Charlie is a lifelong friend that loves her too much to realize it, and even if he did figure it out, he'd have the competition of elves, wizards, fairies, and other magical creatures. Please help me finish this! ...Or just push me to finish it. Thanks!
Just a somewhat surreal little thing describing the sea... Related to a character in a fantasy story I'm writing... I gave this to a friend once as a gift, I believe...but that doesn't mean I can't put it in Elfwood... Kind of a Celtic/Maritime air about it...and with good reason... The story I mentioned has to do much with Faeries, which as you hopefully know, were (and are) a large part of Celtic mythology...
Dakarys, a Child of the Blood of Angels, learns that he is more than mortal, and is, in fact, in the middle of a war between Heaven and Hell, angels and demons, and halfbreeds like him will make all the difference. But whose side is he on? Follow his journey and his struggle to fight the most terrible battle of all - that of his own soul. Chapter Four
Dakarys, a Child of the Blood of Angels, learns that he is more than a mortal, and is, in fact, in the middle of a war between Heaven and Hell, angels and demons, and halfbreeds like him will make all the difference. But whose side is he on? Follow his journey and his struggle to fight the most terrible battle of all - that of his own soul. Chapter Five.
The deeply devout Highpriest, Isfaelius, makes a pilgrimage to the holiest shrine of his faith where he encounters his God and makes a terrible discovery.
From an Angel's point of view, here is an account of the day Lucivar and his followers were banished from Heaven... A rare up-close and personal look at the entire issue.
A brief look into the world of my newest creation, 'No Regret'. The story itself isn't very far past the planning stage, but I was inspired by the song 'Hello' by Evanescence, and this is what came of it.
A cook's foster daughter falls in love with a prince and commits suicide when she finds out he is to be married. She haunts him and her spirit ends up killing him. In death they both kill his widowed wife.
During a bout of deep depression, I fell back on the comfort of poetry. Battle of the Angels was the result.
I originally wrote this to go with a series of pictures I drew. The poem pretty much describes the drawings too. It's not long but I like it.