Who put the ladder there? I’d like to know. * But there the apple and there the tree And there the child, who looks at me. *
May you finally discover who’s laying all those chocolate eggs … or something better. Remembering the God who makes the impossible possible, and the joy of His rising, this day and every day–Happy Easter!
Originally posted on The Small Dog:
? She fell on her face and she looked none too happy… And recently she seems to feel pretty crappy… Most mornings, I hear her, when rising from bed, And where once she’d be singing, she’s groaning instead. * Now me, I can sympathise, getting no younger, I still…
Faerie Valentine (2,000 words) So came a time when magic was no more than the dream of a memory. So it is today. Yet then as now, when the world begins to thaw from winter to spring and Nature works her own enchantments in green buds and dew, a fairy influence still shows itself inContinue reading “Faerie Valentine”
Son of the Selkie (413 Words) The Seal Queen found him while exploring the depths one day with her companions. He was a little thing, not quite newborn. The human half of his mer skin was almost blue with weakness, and his scales were dull. The selkie were afraid to go near him because ofContinue reading “Son of the Selkie”
May God bless you, this year and next year, and all the years to come.
What would it be like if someone were trapped in their favorite video game as if it were real life? Dina is about to find out… *** He was beautiful. Not even a 75-inch OLED could have defined Arathiel like she was seeing him with her own eyes. His black hair fell around hisContinue reading “Level 1000”
Originally posted on WALLIE'S WENTLETRAP:
There are lots of doors. Writing is a door. Art is a door. One of the facets of creative work that has always fascinated me most is the ability to inspire creation. When you see really compelling artwork, you don’t just see a 2D image–you see a story–and that…
River Road (100 words) * The running road runs like a river Through the flowers and the loam; The one road that I desire Is the road that’s running home.
Riddle Heart (470 words) “You know what you have to do,” said Jack. Philadelphia hesitated. He was right, she did know what she had to be. It was just too incredible. A fairy’s arbitrary favor and blessing, cursed prince turned outlaw, and a quest through a fantastic maze Philadelphia would never have believed existed, allContinue reading “Riddle Heart”