Inspired by a picture of Stephanie Pui-Mun Law's called 'Uriel'. He's the guy that guards the gates to the garden of Eden. I thought it must be ahrd for him, standing there all alone with his back to paradise...
Note; Jal Pari means 'Sea Fairy' and the proverb in the last verse is chinese for 'take another mans place'
I have been doing quite a few poems lately, and yet again this one is an attempt to make the darn things rhyme
The handy pocket sized edition of The Beginners Guide to the Undead, written and published by Sir Bloggs.
Can you guess whats going on? It will tell you at the end but try to guess beofre then.
Another flash farit tale (sort of). I thought I'd make this one serious. You can see the full poem called'Winter's Love on my page.
Inspired by a picture of Stephanie Pui-Mun Laws (I'm a huge fan of her art, go to her page at www.shadowscapes.com). Cant remeber what its called.
I want to try some much darker projects, fantasy is not taken seriously enough in this modern age. I used the idea of death as a release from pain and suffering.