He smiled as he brushed together his old flint and steel, smiling the way he always did, lopsided and full of love, his sparks kindling the wood into a roaring […]
“Wow. Look at those stars. It’s as if a million phoenixes got caught up there glued on a black sheet of paper and couldn’t come down.” “Don’t you mention phoenixes. […]
Whose teeth shine like emerald knives? And in a cave an era survived? An ancient dragon, a buried foe, Surfaces at last, the Legano. As a hatchlet, his green wings Blew a […]
This. Is. One. Of. The. Best. Poems. I. Have. Ever. Written.
(That was a long sentence to put a period in front of every word and still make it sound dramatic.)
This poem, about snow and its dangers, is a thorn in a beautiful rose. Foreboding but handsome. I hope you enjoy!
To God be the glory.
This writing sample is written in the sarcastic perspective that many famous short story writers use. About a poor tired man named John, this sample describes the need for sleep after a very long day.
Hello, folks! Before I enter in upon the subject of this post, I would like to with all NaNoWriMo-ers a happy month. Good luck! Now, for the post! I’m here […]
Another fun poem inspired by a website and a coffee shoppe. I hope you enjoy it!
Give God the glory.
Snow and frost: the winter cost. Count what’s lost, and to end has crossed. Ah, the joys of poetry! So many possibilities and wonders! Endless fantasy and cruel reality combined. […]
A great writing sample I just unarchived! Now edited, this beauty is just another blade on my belt! Enjoy!
A while ago I posted a writing sample, titled Frappucinno, which was something I wrote while reading Writing Magic: Creating Stories That Fly. So I decided to go back and edit it […]