The Lifestyle I lead is one that I try to change for the better every day. It may be solitary and quiet, Filled with more books and papers than people, and more dog and cat hair than blankets. My time is spent with sweat on my brow, and my feet taking me to discover new worlds, I […]
None know the way to Neverland, For None leave its sparkling blue waters And none fly past that second star Nor remember whether it’s left or right.
I Control those that I wish to remember. Where I brand their worth into my skin, To carry them upon my shoulders, with me till the end.
This was written for a prompt “Falling through Ice” for my class. These are characters from a book I wrote for NaNoWriMo in 2015 that I really need to continue because I enjoyed the plot line. Laina dragged her fingers through her hair, coiling the braid around one finger before she sat down heavily, the snow […]
Halu carefully groomed the burrs from the goat’s coat, picking at the stubborn ones with gentle fingers. She could hear the children waking up slowly, a lazy hum notable in the large barn loft where they slept. It was a slow day, their rest day, no herbs to gather, no fowl to trap, only sleep to […]
The Apprentice Her eyes were purple. It took Ule a moment to process the faint line encircling the strangely vibrant iris. Contacts. She wore contacts. Ule blinked, glancing sidelong at Djin who had hunched his broad shoulders as soon as the young girl had entered with Zanzibarr. The commander thumped a heavy hand on the violet-eyed […]
She untangled the red Yarn from her sons fingers, watching the little stubs go from white to red and she shook her head, laughing softly to herself. The boy had his face scrunched right up, fighting the tears. Such a big boy. His mother thought to herself as she rewound the bundle and set it aside. He clambered into […]