Living by Juliet Forehand

Living ——— Just let the words out Let them consume Let the fire burn Let the world know That the fire is stronger For the ones inside That a tiny flame Might look like nothing But being inside that tiny flame Makes you nothing. I think over time Humans think we’ve diluted everything Humans dilute…

The Ascendants

It’s easy to forget yourself in the Labyrinth. Life, that fragile thread, seems like only a second after years, perhaps centuries wandering through this infinite maze of phantom structures: a colosseum of mist-soaked black stone piled with the bodies of its sacrifices, the shell of a corroded rocket half-buried in silt, the silent beam of…

Blackwood Manor: The Mystery Banquet

The Blackwoods are an aristocratic family, in spite of whatever rumors have been thrown their way, and in the changing tides of the 1920s, their world seemed to crumble beneath them. The sons – Charles and Eric – disappeared fighting a war they couldn’t win. Their father, George, disappeared for some distant land in the…

Drunk on Freedom

He built his own prison. He created ever-changing walls—passageways that wouldn’t reveal the way out. His mind, so intricate, so warped, created a home for those who did not deserve one. He created a prison, and his ideas made him a prisoner. Forced to live in the imprisonment for the Hell he created for other’s…

dARK

dARK ____________________ And the blackness never dies, When light is alive, And good can’t survive, Without evil by its side. And stars only shine, From our past long ago, And the moon is a lie, Just a reflection of the sun. And yes, I repeated several times, For my mind is ruled by one thing,…

[3.5e] Fate’s Edifice

The time is midnight. You can hear the temperate breeze rustle the tips of the tall grasses, while a cacophony of natural sounds echoes around you; the staccato chittering of Highland cicadas, the warbling call of a lone dawningale, the slow, rumbling snore of something ancient underneath your feet. The sun’s rays creep just over…