Tag: fiction

Give It To Me! – Poem

Humour me damn it! Give me something that shows me you care Give me something so that i may pamper you with my love Gives me reason to go on You heartless beast…

It’s Finally Done!

In a world without dwarfs, orcs or elves, you will find a unique and sprawling fantasy universe filled with conflict, mystery and intrigue.  The book of Legacy Series is about a legendary book that is claimed by all races. A divine item that is… Continue Reading “It’s Finally Done!”

I Demand Satisfaction! – Poem

Face me you coward! Show me your true colours so that I may strike you down with vengeance you deserve The law standing in my way My consciousness freezing my hand by the hilt Yet my heart yearning for satisfaction What good is kindness… Continue Reading “I Demand Satisfaction! – Poem”

Feast of the Gulls – Poem

Fire rained over our heads fume from the rocks seethed out of the ocean Everything is quiet now Except the gulls who shrieked and shuffled happily Their meals now properly boiled

Don’t Listen to Your Brain; Listen to Your Stomach

Are you a conscious writer? Who planes out every word, every action and every dialogue before you start writing your story? I cannot do this. To lose the exploratory aspect of writing and surprise myself along the way. But how can that be? How… Continue Reading “Don’t Listen to Your Brain; Listen to Your Stomach”

Earth’s Misfortune – Poem

It is only at the depth of night; When the leaves lay melded with the earth And the trees lay bare before my eyes; That I am able to comprehend what was lost to me For the earth shares in my misfortune And weeps… Continue Reading “Earth’s Misfortune – Poem”

Once Upon An Endless Journey – Very Short Story

The village looked like a dream, sitting by a large lake in the middle of nowhere – the trees growing tall and dense. I had not planned to seek civilisation while traversing this remote region, but upon finding the road that led me here,… Continue Reading “Once Upon An Endless Journey – Very Short Story”

The Exodus Journal: Vol. 1 End

Fantasy Monday Fendreael stopped reading and slowly turned his head towards the shelf next to him. The moon no longer illuminated the room and only a few candles lit up the area around him. But even though the shelf was shrouded in the darkness,… Continue Reading “The Exodus Journal: Vol. 1 End”

The Exodus Journal: Entry 12

Fantasy Friday Before I was able to head out this morning, an old man approached me. Having heard of my interest in the ruins, he explained that he once visited these rocks as a teenager. Apparently, the people of his village never embraced the… Continue Reading “The Exodus Journal: Entry 12”

The Exodus Journal: Entry 11

Fantasy Monday As predicted, the caravan has significantly slowed since yesterday, but not for the reasons that I initially thought. For as I made my way through the line, I encountered a wagon blocking the path. It was tilting dangerously to the left, with… Continue Reading “The Exodus Journal: Entry 11”

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