Deneb Mythos #5: Den of the Nogyave 1 – Heart of Sand

Dominic is a scholar in the 2nd era of the desert cities, charged with investigating the surrounding lowlands for evidence of the nomads. Now that Deneb was in an age where it could prosper, there was nothing stopping the king’s continued accumulation of knowledge. Truly a heart of golden sand waited for those who wentContinue reading “Deneb Mythos #5: Den of the Nogyave 1 – Heart of Sand”

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Koreatown

Camera coverage is widespread In the neighborhoods Where celebrities Hide their bread And butter in sepulcers. National guard, Federal agents Barricading Against mayhem Off of Franklin, But here In South Central barrios We’re not protected And heads are being Split by thrown stereos. Everyone was watching TV When dear Rodney King Was being beaten ByContinue reading “Koreatown”

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No More Heroes – Journal 7/3/17

I’ve accidentally just done some math that says if I play my cards perfectly, I’ll have grown to an audience of over 15,000 by the end of this year. With the exponential growth of this place I would still be surprised to, but I’m staying humble. No one got anywhere with great expectations, Mr. Dickens.Continue reading “No More Heroes – Journal 7/3/17”

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A Proper Adult – Journal 4/26/17

Yesterday I woke up early and acted like an adult for once. How often is it that I, a 19 year old in Washington state, get out and get to do things I might want to do? Not often, it turns out! Got out, went to a coffee spot for what they call a sunriseContinue reading “A Proper Adult – Journal 4/26/17”

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Deneb Mythos #3: The Exodus

When the old king Breeg went missing, his right-hand man took control. Breeg’s son and true heir to the throne, Elzri, was much too young to rule a thriving kingdom in the desert. Why, commanding such a place would surely be impossible for anyone to do after Breeg disappeared. And it was. This is whatContinue reading “Deneb Mythos #3: The Exodus”

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Honorable

Two knights stood in the center of a burning village. The raid had taken place, and the defenses were overwhelmed. Somehow, when the attacking force moved on, one knight from those numbers had remained. That knight had yellow paint on his helmet. The other knight had no paint on his armor. He belonged to noContinue reading “Honorable”

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Passed Through His Story

A spectre of choices Just who am I? An umbra of history An ancient part of His story He who was deciding Eclipsing the mystery Those times all lie frozen In stasis, never to be Don’t know where they could’ve gone Time fractures under siege His forms have transformed They built a pyramid I seeContinue reading “Passed Through His Story”

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I’m Scared

I’m Scared That I see my life as a movie And that I’m not my own Protagonist And I’m only a supporting Character to so many Other people Just a face A background An extra To my own story And my own stories I tell because no one Else will ever tell me As anythingContinue reading “I’m Scared”

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Deneb Mythos #2: Satellites of the Old Lords

In the 1st era, the countries of Esther, Quincy, and Dominicus all set out to stake a claim to the land found down the Aaugyst River. The three colonies that formed all came from those countries who feuded often in the north. This is the story of Jack Hykrel and a group of fighters who defended LittleContinue reading “Deneb Mythos #2: Satellites of the Old Lords”

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Godsent

Godsent I am an angel. I have seen countless Conflicts: Clashes with Evil Of mighty generals And savage soldiers In crusades, Blitzkriegs, And world conquering Campaigns. In invasions of spears And wars of gunfire My wings have been Sheared off by swords, My halo split apart And shattered on Battlefields aflame By napalm spat outContinue reading “Godsent”

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