Song of Arayia – The Slumbering Mountain (Edited)

The summit of the Slumbering Mountain was the highest region in the realm of Raylor, the closest step to the stars beyond the welkins. The peak was usually cold and windy, blanketed by snow, with a clear sky. An aura of lights complimented the night sky, and the heavenly bodies shined in the darkness. The... Continue Reading →

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Song of Arayia – Muse and Orphelius

When they awoke the next morning, they were startled to see a strange machine floating amidst the clouds above the remnants of the Slumbering Mountain. The machine was round with a complex series of gears sharply whirring. Click. Clack. Click. Clack. Click. Clack. The apparatus rotated like a clockwork. It also had a two cogwheels... Continue Reading →

Song of Arayia – Broken Valley – Chapter 2

The Broken Valley Chapter 2 The confrontation between the Slumber Mountain and Siegfried fatally wounded the realm of Raylor. The Mountain's pounding had generated shockwaves strong enough to split the earth open, causing huge sections of the realms to collapse under themselves. As a result of the collapse, valleys broke and mountains crumbled. The sea... Continue Reading →

Song of Arayia – The Eternal Rest

The Eternal Rest Previous chapter, Song of Arayia – Deadly Encounter As long as the soul is conscious of its presence on any plain, whether it is physical, metaphysical or else what, it is living. Therefore, death is not the absence of life in the physical plain. It is the absence of consciousness on any... Continue Reading →

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SoA – Writing Schedule

First off, sincerely, thank you for following my blog. I appreciate every view and like, even the likes without a view. It all adds up towards a positive end. When I started this blog and decided to start writing this story, I had only planned to write 10,000 words. I honestly thought that 10,000 words... Continue Reading →

Song of Arayia – The Dark Embrace

The Dark Embrace As Raltor welcomed the embracing presence of the darkness, he drowned in the turbulent tides of his dismaying emotions, for it did not gasp in horror because of his sight, and it did not pity him for sulking in his grief. It embraced him without expressing empathy or derision. The darkness was... Continue Reading →

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