Prologue: Dryad

Dana Caldwell

A little story I wrote when I was infatuated with this guy who had NO interest in me. It was kinda a launching pad for a much more complex story.

The Malachite Bear

Daniel Hewitt

I really do have a little bear carved from malachite on my shelf. He looked like he was mid-stroll, and I got to thinking about where this stroll was...

Of devils and demons

Alexandru Moisi

This is more of a philosophical monologue about the reasoning of devils and why they do the things they do.

Dance ~poem~

Erica Martin

Okay, I guess you have read enough to realize that I normally write about the character being lonely, but this poem is kinda from the other side, what it is like to be the dead one.

-curtains-

Emily Kirsch

A poem I wrote for James Bowers' Death Knocks project. Took a bit of tweaking to get it how I want it... but I'm more or less proud with the finished product.

Night of the Hunters (Part 2)

Faraz Gafoor

This is the second part of the 'Night of the Hunters' excerpt from my rewrite of 'Ascension of the Shadow.'

To you

Elisabeth Donoghue

(Finally something decent!) This began as a project for an English class. I honestly never thought about writing sonnets before, and well... out came this. Enjoy.

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.....

The Forbidden Children: Chapter 18

Samantha Fortier

This chapter is a little faced paced. It may be a bit hard to follow, but I plan to work on it as I am able. Enjoy these updates, let me know if your reading.

What Annelie Read: Part II

Bethany Moreau

What Annelie Read: Part I

Bethany Moreau

Annelie was an innocent girl who read in too deep for her own good. She let herself fall in love with someone dangerous who couldn't push her far enough away to save her... This is a sad story of a girl, a vampire and his evil brother thrown together by chance.

Sorrows

Brianne Hughes

This is a poem, obviously, that I thought up one day while thinking 'What if...' about the origin of banshees. I hope you enjoy.

Another Casualty

Brigit E. Hansen

So, this is a really sad story that I wrote a couple of years ago about two star-crossed lovers. One thinks that the other is dead and stabs themself. Nice, huh? Sad. Very sad. You'll get sad. Notice all the cliches and stereotypes.

The Sorrowful Piper

Brett Kirkpatrick

This little bit I like to call the Sorrowful piper because of what it's basically about. This is just a little article-type thing I wrote. I usually write these when I'm depressed, and they're all different. This one is just my favorite. They're not really fantasy, but it's 'Written by' a made up character of mine. So, um... enjoy. Yeah.

Forever is not long enough - Chapter 1

Alessandra Meyer

This started out to be in a Baldur's Gate settng, allthough I had to change that because I wasn't sure wether the admins would allow that here. Well, it's a story about Reluctant King Sam going on an adventure. Rather, it's chapter 1. I'm hoping it'll turn out a little better that it is now.... Comments please, people!

Destiny....

Alana Poirier

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

Freedom

Callie Richardson

Freedom doesn't come cheap for a vampyre...

Cult 37 (Poem)

Amy Downum

Moodiness does pay off. This was written in eighth grade at a bit of an emotional time. Emotion, especially depression, does help. I'm so very happy about the Mod's pick, though. Fanks guys!

Columbia

Emma Ã…dahl

Um, well. I wrote this after the avent that happened on February 1st. ****this is the 2nd version... at first I uploaded the 1st version, which I didn't want up...**** NO idea WHY I wrote it. x_X

I'quelie

Elena Oorebeek

'The Waning'...Aiya, I've got to get off this gloomy elf kick. This is the third or fourth poem I've written about elves, and they're all depressing...I seriously have to write a poem that's more upbeat, just generally.