Daughter of divinity Youngest of the trinity Was your beauty caught the eye Of Poseidon passing by On Athena’s temple floor You became Poseidon’s whore While Athena watched and cried For her priestess cast aside When Poseidon’s deed was done And your purity he’d won He escaped Athena’s wrath Leaving you within her … Continue reading Medusa
A lesson on the Verb/Aspect combinations that express Past tense.
Oh, beloved. Here I stand upon the middle step, Fearing to go forward but unable to go back, But all my promises I have kept, And in your love, I'll never lack. Ever closer to the edge I come, The day approaching to an end, My life in measure has no sum, All my love … Continue reading Oh Beloved- a Sonnet
Wilted roses under glass Set upon the tabletop Hearing shadows as they pass Unsure how to make them stop. Candlesticks try to advise, Clocks remind me of the hour, As I long for my demise To escape the witch's power. Prowling between empty rooms In this prison I have made, This castle shall be our … Continue reading The Beast
*knock knock* Amanda looked up from the sink as someone knocked at her door. It had been a lazy summer afternoon, and she had just finished cleaning up her lunch dishes when the unexpected visitor arrived. She quickly wiped her hands on a towel and answered the door. "Hi. You don't know me very well, … Continue reading Meet the Neighbors
The legend of the Drowned God and his sacrifice for humanity.
"Daddy, where's my face?" It's behind that bottle, dear. "Daddy, where's my face?" Now it's hid behind your ear. "Daddy, where's my face?" Up upon the mantlepiece. "Daddy, where's my face?" Now it's underneath the fleece. "Daddy, where's my face?" Safe within my memory. "Daddy, where's my face?" It's nowhere that I can see. "Daddy, … Continue reading “Daddy, Where’s My Face?”