A/N: Thank you for reading! This is a different PoV, fyi. But I try to make it obvious very quickly.
Ummmmmmm, wrote it for a contest. Didn't win, though. =( I put in a picture! My sis drew it for me and told me I could put it here
I was trying to be surreal and a spider on my window sill (who was trying to eat a moth) inspired me... ...(the moth survived ^_^)
I made it up on the car ride home from my grandmother's house. It was night out.
I wrote this for school. I wrote it during science class. On my science notebook, after I got the assiment
I give a lot of information in this chapter. There is still more to come, but if you have any questions about what is said, feel free to ask.
I wrote this, on the spot, for Writer's Block at my school. I had to use the words Sleepy, Moon, and Sunshine. Took me about ten minutes to make, Rhyming and all! I did change one line later though (so it fit the meter better) ....golly I haven't rhymed in a looooong time...ahhh brings back memories *tear*
Poery (or storem) Last of the three I wrote (Voices and It Was Strange)I probably won't write another, cause its really hard thinking of ideas and the writing style gets old after awhile....enjoy!
This is my favorite poem. It is my first poem to have 2 lines per stanza instead of four. I was in the library looking out the window when I wrote it.
working title. Based off a dream I had. I call it a storem, cause its a mix between a story and a poem. Thanks for the Mod's Choice! It really made my day!
Last part before the epilogue! I like this ending better than the epilogues, but the epilogue just finishes everything up. Sorry if this part seems like just one big information dump! I tried to be creative with giving out all this information. Tell me how it is, if I need anything more, if something doesn’t make sense. Feel free to review! Thank you so much for reading!
Summary: Calliope meant more than life to me, simply because…well, she is life to me. If not for her, I would not exist. She is my creator…to bad she doesn’t remember it at all…Taken place in the future, but is mostly fantasy oriented....could be considered science fiction. A/N: Hey! This is the first longer short story I am submitting. It is six parts in all with an epilogue. I am not that good longer stories yet, so there might be some errors. Any tips or advice is welcome and I hope you enjoy the story! ^_^
A/N: Thank you for reading! All the ‘songs’ in here are my own poetry. There is Pure Grace (http://www.fictionpress.com/s/2329761/1/Pure_Grace) and The Moon and The Stars (not posted anywhere cause I wrote it a long time ago) and Mislaid (http://www.fictionpress.com/s/2434468/1/Mislaid)
: Epilogue! It’s the end! For some reason, I really didn’t want to write in Johnny’s pov anymore, so I went creative and used Imperfection’s! If I ever create a sequel….which I probably won’t…it would be written from her view. But, even so, I am not really sure whether I like her or not…tell me what you think? And the ending seems completely random to me, but I wrote it like 32396803 times and this was the best I could come up with. Please review and thank you so much for reading! I enjoy writing such a short story ^_^
oh my! I can't believe this! I wrote another storem/poery....how!?!?!?! I thought after Of Unseen Things, I would be done...I dunno waht happened. It was a wednsday and I was feeling reall really pooy and lazy. To a point where I didn't even brush my hair all day and didn't want to do anything. And then as I was sittin at the comp I just started writing...and this is what came out, but I must say; it did the trick. I was totally peppy and hyper after I got done. Its like when you have to go to the bathroom really bad, but you don't, but when you do. It's such a relief! I tried to make it a little different from my other poerys/storems. But tis not that much different. But one major difference, is that I took out the couple word phrases from between each paragraph and also....well you'll find out ^_^
There are some things in this chapter that bug me, but I am not sure how to fix them. But if anyone doesn’t notice them, then I won’t change anything. Also, as you can probably see, the chapters are getting longer and longer. (The first one was only 5 pages, now this one has jumped to 9!) But they don’t really get any longer than this, so no worries! Thank you for reading! Oh! And Johnny is a name that has great sentimental value to me, and the origins of the name are what inspired the story in the first place!
Summary: Sequel to Parcae. The view of a Muse. Whose life was altered unchangeably due to a certain Foolish Mortal. Her steps through the stages…as she find out what it means to be the being she always thought she was. A/N: Thank you for reading! I really hope you enjoy this story. I really do like it much better than Parcae, but you should read Parcae first (too many references for this one to make sense) This is roughly five parts long. I have never written a sequel before. Wish me luck!
A/N: Thank you for reading! There is Mislaid again and Wake (the only non rhyming poem in here!) is also there. This is the end before the epilogue! Yay!
Thank you for reading! hmmmm, I like the name Calliope...I dunno why, I guess it just sounds cool, lol...I got the name Neph from November (don't ask me how, its a long story...and a very random one)
A follower with something to follow, and who ran to the end of time to reach it....
NOTE: because of the italics rule, Euterpe's memories are going to be segmented by brackets (aka ]) between the brackets are memories. kay! ^_^ A/N: Thank you for reading! All the ‘songs’ in here are my own poetry. This one only has The Moon and The Stars (not posted anywhere cause I wrote it a long time ago) again. Here is the muses (cause sometimes I don’t mention what their role is), in case anyone is too lazy to look it up themselves: Calliope (the 'beautiful of speech'): chief of the muses and muse of epic or heroic poetry Clio (the 'glorious one'): muse of history Erato (the 'amorous one'): muse of love or erotic poetry, lyrics, and marriage songs Euterpe (the 'well-pleasing'): muse of music and lyric poetry Melpomene (the 'chanting one'): muse of tragedy Polyhymnia or Polymnia (the 'singer of many hymns'): muse of sacred song, oratory, lyric, singing and rhetoric Terpsichore (the 'one who delights in dance'): muse of choral song and dance Thalia (the 'blossoming one'): muse of comedy and bucolic poetry Urania (the 'celestial one'): muse of astronomy -Hmmm, I think the only ones I haven’t used yet is Thalia and Calliope….I probably won’t use Calliope, cause that name reminds me too much of Memories of Magic (another story of mine) And I have no idea where to put Thalia….
Hello again! I am glad you made it to the second chapter! (despite some of my bad writing abilities…^_^;;) As before, please read and review with any constructive criticism! I would greatly appreciate it! ^_^
NOTE: because of the italics rule, Euterpe's memories are going to be segmented by brackets (aka ]) between the brackets are memories. kay! ^_^ A/N: Thank you for reading! The Moon and the Stars and Mislaid are featured again (Mislaid can be found in my account) And there is a reference to Unsaid at the end of one of the memories (it isn’t literally there, but if you read Unsaid….you can see it) There is also Some Things Are Better Left. I rather like Erato.
Tried going out side my comfort zone (by golly it has no consistance structure!!!!!) I was also trying to make a 'emo' poem with out being...emo. Tell me if it worked!