I have lived in story all my life and have been hopelessly and irrevocably in love with language since first we met. Words, whether expressed in verse or prose, hold limitless power. They are a dichotomy that possess the ability to heal the scars upon a wounded heart or to rend it utterly. The ability to create vast, sweeping worlds replete with wonders untold, as well as to destroy all that one holds dear. Language is power. To write anything down, to trap, bind and dissect it down into its morphemes makes it real; breathes into it life. Words are magic, a few letters strung together conjuring up images and emotions, forcing them to bubble to the surface even if they desired nothing more than to remain buried and forgotten. One little word can hold a lifetime; it can begin it. It can end it. That magic is why I write and why, ultimately, I began this blog in the hopes that my attempts to capture and tame that power will impact perceptions, ideas, hearts, and imaginations. It is my wish that within these virtual pages you will find tales that entertain and maybe even inspire!
This blog is a compilation of original short stories by yours truly peppered with poetry and various delusional ramblings. You will find as well archives of old stories and poems. It is a sort of personal literary exploration and hopefully one of growth as well.
I aim for at least one post a week, though due to work & school demands the specific day changes each time (sorry!). There are several story lines started here and I’m currently flitting between those and any new ideas that strike my fancy. If you become attached to a story or a character, feel free to drop me a note admonishing me and I’ll be a better little blogger, promise! Poetry, drawings, and ramblings also make frequent appearances, so hopefully there will be something here to catch your eye!
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