Needs a lot of work, obviously, but it's the beginning of a set of myths in a world I'm working on. Don't know what I'm gonna do with the world once I'm finished....but I want to work them into a larger story. Eventually. In the meantime, I'm just having fun messing around with making up legends:DPlease critique!
Long - at least for me- but I worked hard on this, and I think it's finally finished. Finally!!It says "my last angel" for a reason, by the way. That's it. The last one - I've got at least half a dozen to a dozen poems all with different views of those particular celestial beings, and this has simply got to be the last one. I'm obsessed 0.0I hope.
When I first wrote "I'll race you to the sky" It had the phrase "Where the earth befriends the sky" in it. That phrase was left out of later versions, but I still loved how it sounded.So here it is....enjoy.
Erg, I'm not even sure how many times I've tried to upload this, and for some reason it doesn't want to cooperate ....I don't know why...If it does work this time, inspiration came from a lovely story called "Into the Dawn" by Amanda Jean Timmerman, here in the wood, and the contest prompt "I'll race you to the sky".
a short, humorous poem...that gives some rather good advice, if I dare say. :P
It's about a fly who, after his bravado nearly gets him into serious trouble, learns that sometimes you have to run away if you wish to live to see tomorrow...
I started this * scratches head* wow, It must have been at least a year ago, I think...Anyway, I started it a while back, and only finished it recently. Now, I've even revised it, making it as good as I can with the time - and patience- available to me. It's about someone (it doesn't mention a gender, and I'm not making one up just for this description) who, while relaxing in a familiar place runs across something less familiar-a faerie. When I wrote this I was pretty much thinking of "The Fair Folk' type thing, so if it seems a bit off to your idea of what a faerie should be...well, that's why. Please comment, I'd like to know whether I should continue to bother posting things here or not!! (and if no one wants to read the stuff, then why post it?!)
Yet another poem...:P This one's cute, though; it's about a little girl, begging her babysitter to tell her a story.