It’s once again the season of writing. NaNoWriMo 2020 is upon us. And in these thirty-one days I am looking to write 15,500 words before the event on November 1st ever begins. Continue reading “The Edge of Death: Update #6”
Fire rages through
sure, untouchable, and devouring. Continue reading “The Fire”
The Edge of Death has been unchanged all summer, still sitting at just over 67,000 words. Why? Because I’m cursed!Continue reading “The Edge of Death: Update #4”
You can’t save yourself. Continue reading “This Has Already Come”
Why would you do that?
Say that? Be that? Continue reading “Could Be”
I’m writing when I can, going for both a notebook and a keyboard. Continue reading “The Edge of Death: Update #3”
What if we could forget it all? Continue reading “Everything Over Again”
I lost 60,000 words. SIXTY THOUSAND WORDS! Continue reading “The Edge of Death: Update 2.5”
I’ve been stuck. Continue reading “The Edge of Death: Update #2”
I want to have everything Continue reading “Here or There”
You say you have no impact,
but your attention creates waves. Continue reading “Beginning and the End”
I thought about it most
all the different ways Continue reading “Vivisepulture”
Stay the course and keep the ship manned.
The universe is infinite
from the beginning to the end.
Continue reading “Fated”
Memories are quite pleasing,
the wish to remember more, Continue reading “The Forgetting”
Art is expression,
mediums by which to ask Continue reading “Nations”
Don’t forget the silence
it speaks more truth than lies, Continue reading “The Silence”
“Bring me the horizon.”
The King once declared.
An open declaration,
half of what was said. Continue reading “Bring Me the Horizon”
In the time between time,
I’ve lived eternities. Continue reading “Oblivion”
Your memories do not belong to you.
What was meant to save you is the very thing that kills you.
I can feel it in my bones.
I’m running out of time.
All the things left undone
that will never make their prime. Continue reading “Designed”
who write the eulogy,
do not replace my life
with your tainted dreams. Continue reading “Restored”
Careening sideways into chaos
despite the true nature of what’s before you, Continue reading “Diamond Future”
You can’t die when you’re immortal.
Indelible will be either what she overcomes or what she succumbs to.
Zoren, a zombie, save the world.
This time, he will fight for the living.
What would you do with all the time in the world?
An important anniversary is approaching, and Theodore is about to be placed in the middle of the celebration. Time is about to tick over into its first eternity.
Theodore is mediocre at everything he knows, but he’s talented in everything he tries. When Time chooses Theodore to become one of its prodigies, known as a Timer, Theodore takes the offer no questions asked.
Theodore is given the ability to stop and start time at will, to become a master in everything he has ever wanted to learn. The Timers are groomed to be the best in their field, talked of and studied for centuries after they’re gone. To be teachers during their lives and spread their knowledge.
But that’s not enough for Theodore. There is only one last lesson to master. Time itself.
What would you do if time was yours to control?
Dreams of you turning in mind.
Aching for some time together. Continue reading “D.A.Y.T.O.N.”
Nothing is ever as bad as it seems,
just push forward and follow your dreams. Continue reading “Your Road”
In a daring shade
darkness shines. Continue reading “Silent It Comes”
A heavy hear,
what could be worse? Continue reading “Not This Scene”
Heart break at the sight of you.
Breath caught with a look from you. Continue reading “True Desire”
He is always looking for me
as I am looking for him.
He is always watching me
as I watch him. Continue reading “Ever Turning Dance”
I feel unsafe,
unwelcome in my world of confusion. Continue reading “The Garden”
Once started, you must continue.