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Stevie Bush

What fantasy artist would be complete without Draco?

Published More than a year ago

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My Muriel

I had wanted to write a story with a mermaid in it for a some time now so this short story came to mind. I also wanted to make it feel very celtic in demeanor. Its about a young man and the mourning over his lost love. I love to use adjectives and metaphors so this story may be really descriptive. Constructive criticism would be well appreciated on this one.


Merely a poem about the demon we call Anger, and those who fail to control it.

The Misunderstanding: Dragons Eyes

I must say this is my most favorite. I hold a strong area in my heart for dragons and hate the bloodthirsty stereotype people sometimes give them. I hope you guys like this one as much as I do . . ::smiles::

The Dreamers Hymn

A poem of nature and a description of the guy of my dream ::smiles:: This, I have found, can also be compared to the pagan God.

Bloody Sunday

This was inspired by a couple U2 songs (one of the most heart felt, inspirational and brilliant bands ever . . . their older stuff at least. Not too crazy about the newer bubblegum feel of their most recent album) although the over all mood I want to portray is a little more macabre and depressing. Sunday Bloody Sunday, Staring at the Sun, In God's Country, and Last Night on Earth are all songs that displayed what this short (unfinished, mind you) story is about. I hope you like what I have so far . . . please leave some comments, I'd love to read them.

The Muses Lovesong

I wrote this poem as a tribute to fiction and fantasy. It also has some pagan undertones along with a little touch of morals::smiles:: tell me what you think.

Beltaine Dance

A celebration poem/song/prayer, which ever you would like to call it, for the holiday of Beltaine (also known as May Day).

Black Sheep

This is dedicated to Katrina, a friend of my sister's who unfortunately felt so much pain that she had to take her own life. Dedicated to the outcasts everwhere . . . and for those wonderful artists who are shunned because they are able to express the twisted parts of our own imagination . . .

Fabrizio and the Djinn (Part I)

This story is losely based on an old Italian folktale about two Crooks. Note that I have made MANY changes for the plot is very skewed and there was no paranormal influence at all in the older version. This was started after a project in Creative Writing was assigned to write a short story featuring a Candy-Apple Red Covertible and a Powder Blue Convertible . . . well, here is the outcome as of this moment. Hopefully this summer I shall finish the rest. Let me know what you think!! ;) Oh, and also not any Anne Rice influence (fav. author and I just so happened to have been reading the Vampire Chronicle's at that particular time). . .

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