Hey girl, I know the idea of being alone freaks you out. This is a poem for you.
prowling the plainssharpening your clawson the bones of your preyroaring just to hear yourselfslashing the air into ribbonsthat haunt the fields from border to borderbecause this is your territorygritty, fine, messythis dirt between clawsis homefinds its way into your coat of ironpart of you, as muchas your killer call:to hunt the inferiorexalt your alpha namesatiate… Continue reading Lion
Thanks Acacia @ Acacia Story Corner for nominating me for the Randomness Award, started by Jesse @ The Crazy Life of Jesse. I haven't really posted anything lately, but that's because I'm editing the first draft of a novelette I just finished. I'm also working on a short-story-slash-poetry piece of writing. I'm writing it now… Continue reading Randomness Award
to everyone I ever loved, am loving, will love you know how it iswhen your heart is full to burstingstretched, waitingfor a time to pour out everything inside ityou know how it iswhen words bubble up into your throatticklish, expectantfor a time to float out awayinto the worldthat's how i feel when i want to… Continue reading how to say: I Love You
Thanks to Carynn @ Writers Blok and Acacia @ Acacia Story Corner for nominating me for the Versatile Blogger Award! This is a chain blogging award for bloggers with quality content. The rules are pretty simple: Thank the person who nominated you.Link to the blog of the person who nominated you.Share 7 facts about yourself.Nominate… Continue reading Versatile Blogger Award
Another thing I did for English class---a poem project. My choice was to write five poems, each using the five senses, inspired by the house I am about to move out of. I decided to create a Google Sites for it, so the anthology has its own little home. I've lived in this house for… Continue reading Home – Poem Anthology
Another poem I wrote for English class --- slightly about the pains of growing up.
I wrote this for English class, emulating the style of Linda Hogan's "Innocence". There is nothing more free...
Worldbuilding with APHG: Major Geographic Concepts like Scale and Location, Regions, Time Zones, Distance and Space-Time Compression, Spatial Interactions, and Mapping.
An analysis of three themes from the book Les Misérables.