Again, this is a piece of getting-into-character poetry. This is written from the thoughts of Cezaria, the sister of the antagonist who was kidnapped into slavery many years before the start of the story. A million scratchesLight red pencilMarble veins of goldCriscrossing over the plane of concrete realityPain to bring lifeTo release pent-up strugglesSpanning precious… Continue reading Atmosphere
My new poetry series: acrostics, beginning with piece #1, called Portal.
More getting-into-character poetry. This one is Anazor Revek, a side character in my sci-fi novel who is an empath and a counselor.
Hey---here's a half blog post, half poetry.
I'm immersing myself into the characters who are plotting to destroy the Intergalactic Republic in my novel. Here's a piece of getting-into-character poetry.
Call this getting-into-character poetry. This is something I wrote from the perspective of one of my characters in my sci-fi novel, a 29-year-old assassin with a chequered past.
Every day when I'm changing classes in between bells at school, poetry comes rushing to my mind. One verse poem.
I'm writing a sci-fi novel right now and I'm trying to understand my characters better by imagining I'm living their lives. Slowly they claim me. Another one verse poem.
Life gets tough but I've got a savior, so really, I'm fine. One verse poem.
The love of Christ.