Love conquers all

Journal Entry #6 Little Izolda could run faster than all her seven sisters. She could leap and turn and soar through sun-it valleys, leaving them far behind. The creatures of the land loved her dearly. They raced with her to please her and joined in her childish games. But her sisters were jealous and hated…

Tonight’s Job.

Journal Entry #5 It started like any other day. Cold, wet, and miserable. The rain pelted the windows of the young girl’s room as she gazed at the ceiling above her. The room wasn’t home, would never be home. It was dark, with red wall and a white roof, covered in endless nothingness. The lights were…

Message in a Bottle

Journal Entry #4 As she ran down the beach, Piper’s luminous hair waved swiftly to the beat of her pounding heart. Just a little longer, she thought to herself as she struggled through the last leg of her morning run. The beach was pretty empty today, with only the odd couple strolling down the white…

When the Darkness comes

Journal Entry #3 It starts small. It sings through your sunless soul, with the persistent sound of silence. It savours the shadows, spinning and slithering, becoming the sick, sadistic stuff that savours the place once upon a time called safe. It has no Sabbath, takes no sabbaticals, but continues to be a saboteur until it…

#2- Can you hear me?

The storm raged on outside, the sky bellowing in rage over the event that had just occurred. The trees swung in perfect harmony as people ran for shelter. The surrounding houses had all their lights turned off, as the power lines had fallen on the gravel roads, Isaac wouldn’t say he felt “safe” per say,…

Never look back…

Give a problem to a named person in your first sentence and go from there… Willow’s world changed when her parents first told her the news. Well, not really her parents anymore. The woman she used to call her mother looked like a Norse goddess, with glistening white hair, supermodel legs and a face that…

Hubris- Caesar’s fatal flaw?

Julius Caesar, historically and theatrically, was a man of great power and pride. He earned his position as a General, and many may argue even as the “Emperor” of Rome through his many triumphs over surrounding areas and leaders. He should have lived a long and prosperous life, but sadly, he didn’t. He was brutally…