This is a very, VERY old poem. Ughhh... I do believe two years ago. I don't even know why I'm putting it on... Dear me...
I was sitting on the dock, watching people enjoying summer. Jetskiing, boating, fishing, swimming. I closed my eyes and let the scents of the bay and sounds of the water take me away. This Amy Brown image sang to my soul and to this poem. Silver Tree
This story was inspired by 'Stay With Me' by Shakespeare's Sister. They're 80's, its ok if you havent heard them. I think you should though they're great. Anyway, used my character Loreia for this story and her husband Farilan. Their love knows no bounds...
This is a poem about spites celebrating spring,simple as that.This too should be to Jenn,but then everything should because I started seriously writing again because of her.I can't put the first poem she saw on here because it would be considered Fanfic.It's about Earendil and I could email it to you if someone cared so much to ask.
There is a song that brings life, even to the darkest places, where mortal cannot reach. It dispels the black and raises up from the ashes those caught in the trap. It gives breath even to those who do not deserve it. But it cannot and will not force its life onto those who won't receive it. ...Will you accept it?
If you have a weak stomach or recently ate something, I advise you not read this. The idea of this came to my mind while I was swinging in the dark above snow-covered ground one night.9th
Another one of those weird poems that I wrote for ... friends...
This is about a Siren who sinks a ship of men by singing (pretty standard)but then ironically feels remorse afterward for the lives she's wasted. (6.4.03)
A further tale of the lark elemental and the world of dreams, although this time he is far more successful.
Since the dawn of time, the Crystal Watchers have guarded the sacred Star Crystal, singing the Song of Renewing to keep magic alive in the world. But this time, dark forces are rising against the Watchers.....
Here's a nice story about a nameless bard... (I use the word 'fain' to mean gleefully/happily, similar to its archaic use)
Corny title, I know, but the original title contained a reference to the Terry Brooks series. Another ramble..this one, again, about a dragon.
Wow, you stuck it out through the first two chapters, and now one to the third and last - for now. This is as far as I've gotten in my book right now, but once I finish chapter four (assuming I EVER do) then I'll post it up here right away! This one follows Adrienne's early life with humans, living with a new family, and, well I won't give it away. :) Commentscommentscommentscomments...Sorry, I'm a bit hyper right now!
Written January 19th around 8:00 at night. I just had the urge to write a quick poem for my blog and the words 'the cadaver sang fiddle dee dee' popped into my head. I worked the rest around the image of a corpse hanging from a tree singing away. Different rhyming scheme than usual.