Fiction & Poetry, Texas

Poetry: Golden Hour Flames

I play co-ed softball and the other night I was so distracted by the sunset that I was barley paying attention to the game. I don't much action in right field so its not too terrible of me. Yes we did win - 4 to 3, really close game. Anyway, this is the poem that… Continue reading Poetry: Golden Hour Flames

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Poetry: Drop of Color

Spring seems to finally be here and should be enjoyed by all. Hope everyone enjoys this poem, I know its been a while since I posted a creative piece. ************ Drop of color Light of day Shinny Bright Blinding First a ray Then a wave Dawn unfolds   Birds herrold Piping shrill Awakening Enlightening Day… Continue reading Poetry: Drop of Color

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Poetry: Scavenger Hunt

Books, wonders of humanity, stories that last centuries. Ideas that persist through, through years and change. Books are now easy to find online but I prefer the search. To find the stories that I crave in quiet corners of a used bookstore. Sitting on the floor, looking up at shelves packed with books. Listening for… Continue reading Poetry: Scavenger Hunt

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Flash Fiction: Faerie Stories

I don't have much experience writing flash fiction but I was inspired by fellow blogger, KaylaAnn, to try my hand at writing some. I hope that you enjoy the story. ************ Cities weren’t meant to contain these horrors. Beneath the building is the foundation of civilization and in the tall towers technology reigns supreme. Monsters… Continue reading Flash Fiction: Faerie Stories

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Fiction: Wishes in the City

I wrote this for a writing contest. Unfortunately, I didn't win but it is still a fun read. It is a bit long but I'll love feed back if you are willing. ************ My ancestors met when cultures clashed, European Faeries and Arabian Djinn. Here I am, a mongrel mix of magics with a splash… Continue reading Fiction: Wishes in the City

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Poetry: Urban Melody

Out we went riding, bikes bumping, thumping as wheels turned over on uneven sidewalks. Soon I heard high notes, at first I believed the sound came from the bikes chaines, but soon learned of the true origins. The notes are the squeal of breaks on the tracks. Each break producing its own unique note. Beneath… Continue reading Poetry: Urban Melody

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Fiction: Starlight Song

This first piece is something I wrote last year. It is not part of anything larger, just a scene that popped into my head and I decided to put it into words. ************ The siren stood wrapped in black furs while standing amid an ice field. She had that had left the southern seas to… Continue reading Fiction: Starlight Song