Geoffrey Chaucer

I absolutely love Geoffrey Chaucer. I am currently reading The Canterbury Tales for a little inspiration, and I came across this passage: This prisoun caused me not for to crye, but I was hurt right now ynigh my yhe In mye herte, that wol my bane be, The fairness of the lady that I see Yonde... Continue Reading →


Have noticed how lonely the stars are? Sitting alone and staring down from heaven? Forever staring on down, forever alone. Reaching out for us in vain. Have you noticed how empty they are? How they cry for us when we abandon hope? How they mourn for us when we forsake them?   The stars are... Continue Reading →

Song of Arayia – Broken Valley – Chapter 2

The Broken Valley Chapter 2 Follow the link to read chapter 1, Song of Arayia – The Slumbering Mountain The confrontation between the Slumber Mountain and Siegfried fatally wounded the realm of Raylor. The Mountain's desperation had caused quakes strong enough to split the ground open, causing huge sections of the realms to collapse under themselves.... Continue Reading →

Song of Arayia – The Machine God

Arayia and The Machine God (This conversation is really far into the story. I was inspired to write it today, and I said I would post the chapters as I write them. It's mostly dialogue between Arayia and the Machine God, but it helps me visually the motivations behind the villain of the story.) Read... Continue Reading →

Song of Arayia – Prologue

Prologue Anhalla was the god of beauty and narcissism. He loved himself more than he loved anyone else, and he blindly believed his beauty was unparalleled. Anhalla had curly hair that shined like the crown on the sun. He had soft facial features, almost woman-like, because he had narrow eyes and a short and narrow nose. The... Continue Reading →

Song of Arayia – Except – Misc

The Forgotten Temple The northern temple was in utter ruins. Very few wall stood on their feet. "Come here, princess," Ut beckoned as he swept the sand off the temple floor with his paws to expose a red sun covered underneath the sand. "This was once my home. It was once a beautiful temple adorned with... Continue Reading →

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