Category Archives: Short Stories & Poems

And how does love go?

Love wraps itself into your heart, starting from nothing, it grows – bigger each day. A thread, a thought, a want, a need, so love grows. The smile, the touch, a test of time. If I loved you less, I … Continue reading

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A Sunrise

The orange was vivid – running boldly across the clouds. The purple danced, begging not to be left out. The rosy pink was shy – showing up here and there. Brilliant shafts of light held edges forged in gold. The … Continue reading

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The Death of Peace

Where peace once stood and freedom rang, the people hid, the sky stood gray. The world was dark, its depth untold, the night had come to stay. Sorrow ran in molten tears, no children came to play. Peace had died, … Continue reading

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Lose or win – A Poem

If we should share a Lover’s Kiss a moment caught in time. Would we someday reminisce, our thoughts, our futures still entwined? Or would we go our separate ways for once we crossed the line, destroyed all 2 friends could … Continue reading

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Joshua – A Poem

I watched the youth come over the hill, his shoulders hunched, my heart stood still. He struggled to make the top of that rise – his brow was furled, his breath was strained. The path ran down through a vale … Continue reading

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Surfing the Star Wind – A Story

The gorge spread out before Togohn. Splitting the land as far as the eye could see, the gaping, empty blackness appeared to have a life of its own. The wind raced up out of its depths, twisting and howling in … Continue reading

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Shenrah and the heartstone – A Story

Shenrah’s tiny fingers combed the tangled, black hair away from her pointed ears. Brown eyes searched the leaves and flowers until she found enough morning dew for a bath. Afterwards her soft, green wings flexed and spread, fanning her dry. … Continue reading

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