This is about what all of us feel (I think) at some point in our lives. When we look around our world, we can't help but wonder why our world is the way it is.
This chapter may be about falling in love... or trying not to fall in love... or hiding from love.. or something.
This chapter is probably one of the most important and yet one of the most simple and non-eventful. I think it gets easier to read from here on... ^.^
This is just another short story. A sudden idea that I just had to write down, featuring a man, a woman, a witch and a pendulum. I'm not quite contented yet about the way the ending is written, perhaps I have to rewrite that part a little.
All right! New and improved upload! I like this one a lot more. It's fantasy instead of sci-fi. There's still much twaking to be done. Please comment and tell me what you think!
A litle horor story i wrote, i dont think this story had any emotional significance, maybe trapped furstration? but i dont remember that much. It's more of an "Imagine this" situation, basically what if you die and wake up to your own dissecion with a little twist. Enjoy.
This poem of mine is about a journey into the realm of evil, I guess you could say. It is about a hero who puts everything on the line to help, but allows his emotions, and the yearn for revenge, to take over him.
This is a poem I wrote for a contest, it is basically about some sort of creature. I was inspired by a drawing I saw in the gallery on elfwood, I'll name the picture as soon as I can find it again
Hmmmm.... attempt two at vampire fiction, this time we meet Archangel, a vampire who has some issues with her past. But then again, who doesn't?
This is a basic 'Reader's Digest' ballad of what my novel is like. I wrote it as an assignment for grade 10 English, and I think it turned out well.
This is quite a long story. So it's obviously pretty difficult to read all at once - That is why I have broken it up into chapters. I've since made changes to this, as I had some complaints of it being a bit wordy. And I agreed. I'll update the other chapters, too, eventually. I hope it's more 'user-friendly' now. ^^ I tried to keep the original aims in place, however. It's kind of poetic and pretty to read. That's what I hope, anyway. Woo. Enjoooy.
Not quite sure where this came from, but a myriad of ideas sprung off from it. I'm currently working on making it into an actual story, and so far I like where it's going. So, enjoy this for now and give me lots of feed back so I know if it's worth continuing, though I know there's not a lot to go off of from this little bit. Hopefully more will come of it in the near future.
A place where somebody can choose their destiny, and live with their decisions.
Another poem. I guess this can be considered fantasy/ horror. I never really defined what the subject of the poem was. It was written in response to a poem my fiancee wrote.
For some reason, I thought this up while reading badly written personality quizzes... Look, I don't mock where you get your ideas, you don't mock where I get mine. Enjoy!
When I was only fourteen, I made my first trip to the Gaps and met there an old veteran of the psychic wars...
A short poem inside the world of a mystic watcher's day...tell me what YOU think the watcher is...it reminds me of an ancient god or goddess...or not.
Elita doesn't belong to any known species in Talnam but someone, somewhere knows something because she is being hunted down. She must flee her home and team up with someone she thinks is arrogant to find her own species and somewhere to be safe.