A Brook of Frozen Glass

Leigh Erickson

Hmm... not quite sure how o describe this one... might blossom into something bigger... I quite like Ilieth... but anyway... this is for Gabs for either 500 or 750th commenter status... though I think she got both... regardless... it's for her and I'm glad to do as such! Oh yes... one warning before you begin... I think I dub this the darkest of my writings...

The Winter Queen

Helen Raine

This is just a poem I wrote at christmas last year about the winter faery who brings the snow, or perhaps she's a winter goddess? Poems aren't my thing lol, but i do like the first verse.

Dragon Slain (Poem)


The structure was something I came up with on the fly. The subject explains itself. Of all my poems posted here, this remains my favorite.

Lady Winter

Elizabeth Steen

I'm a lover of nature, and nature inspires me greatly. Another time I may show Lady Autumn to the woods, but for now *waves her wing* I introduce thee to Lady Winter.


Gina Nigro

Like the Angel Darrack, goodness comes to those who look for it, Innocenece unknown.

The Howling of the Wolf

Laura Lange

A young woman is struggling to accept the truth... she is a werewolf. This story is dedicated to my friend Taryn and her love for the weird and wacky

Ainne 2

Gabs BĂ©land

Second chapter...a better description will be added when it is not late at night and I am not exhausted, sorry. Enjoy.

Interlaced Allure

Kate Inquisition

This might be a bit difficult to understand. Its about a forest maiden, with a dark forest lord persuing her, after their long chase, she stops at a swamp, and he wraps his arms around her wait and they both fall in. He emerges, and his forest minions form two lines for him to pass through, to his dark throne, and the maiden does as well, except, her white dress is now green, brown and torn, and she is sinister in nature. They kiss, and he narrarated about his inrelenting desire to diminish innocence.


f. hiromitsu

i have no other title for it... it's kinda a stupid title... eh. oh well. poem! em.... inspired after reading the first two books of the OTORI TALES. those good books man!

Ringwe Elenea

Elena Oorebeek

Another night creature poem...I wrote this when we got out first big snow of the year, on Dec.2. I don't know if this one is as good as the other tho'... title means 'Cold Stars'


Julia Page

Inspired partly by Hans Christian Anderson's 'The Snow Queen' and partly by the Japanese 'Snow Woman', a harbinger of death who steals away the souls of travellers lost in the snow.

Promise - Part 01 - Sacrifice

K. Gripp

This started with an idea that I've had in my head for years now, and I finally decided to put something down on paper. It is the first part of what should become a decent story. The first part introduces some of the main characters and as the story progresses other things will become more apparent. Let me know if you like it by leaving a comment and I will hopefully write the rest of the parts faster.


Jen OCarroll

A short poem inspired by the story of the ice queen. Make of it what you will.

The Blessed Kiss on Winter

Christina Stoppa

Well the frigid winter is on its way. This is a piece of poetry written as a tribute to the season. The illustration shows the spirit of winter about to draw the warmth out of a young elf with a kiss.

SciFish part 1

Jacob Wendel

Science fiction. The first part. There was more, but my computer made it disappear, so I'll have to start over.

In the Grasp of Death

Jason Romein

The tragic tale of Tai' Finn's past. I had a character who had no real background, and to add some depth to him, I built this story around his early life. Comment if you would like to see more Tai' Finn stories. Enjoy!

Black Night, Grey Dawn, White Mourning

Rhonda Jezek

The thought of this girl got to me so I had to write it. It's short because this snapshot of her really tells the whole story. I might revise it later, though, tell me what you think.

Stormbound ch2

Jake Thomas

The hunters catch up to their quarry...

Tintauri's Squire (Part III)

A.R. George

One by one, places and ways to hide are running out for Tal, and the only choices left are hardly choices at all ...

Bitter pursuit

Peter Steffe

Something that was, at one point, going to be the start of a much larger piece (and might still be, one day). I found, though, that beyond this point the quality of what I was writing began to drop off fairly dramatically and I didn't know quite what I wanted to happen. As a result, I decided to cut it here for the time being, although I may well come back to it one day if that particular inspirational spark ever returns.