LaF: Round 3 - Page 9 The dark void seemed endless as Aphari approached it. A freezing cold gust whooshed from the basement, causing Aphari to shudder violently. Amongst the blackness, an orange glow emerged, bathing Aphari in a soothing light. Her mind eased as the luminous figure glided forwards, taking the shape of a wolf.LaF: Round 3 - Page 99 months ago in Introductions & Chapters
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"Do you remember the stories they used to tell us about the guards, Aphi?" It spoke serenely, the words almost like a song in Aphari's mind. She stepped forwards, wanting to reach out to the glowing wolf and bask in its warming glow.
"The noblest at heart and protectors of those in danger, we could be that one day!" The luminous wolf's voice scratched on the surface of a distant memory in Aphari's mind. She concentrated harder, her thoughts sent searing pain through her head.
The luminous wolf came closer, she almost felt the heat from its breath. But then something else seeped from the darkness, bringing the frozen darkness with them. They swa
Wolf Legend - Part I1. AndrewWolf Legend - Part I6 years ago in Fantasy
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He stood over the body.
It's over, he thought. No more. I'm not like them, their traditions, rituals, this pack... I'm different. It's over for me.
The scent of blood was overwhelming. The heat from the fire only reminded him of the hate that grew within him.
I hate them, he repeated over and over in his head. How could they, and for what, they call this honor!?
He wanted to see them burn. Fire didn't seem enough. He could only think of the worst kinds of deaths one could experience, and he wished it on them.
He was alone. It was not what he wanted, but it was all his fault. He had taken everything too far.
My lies did this. My hope to be different. He had lived with his curse long enough, he was asked to do the only thing he vowed never to do.
"I will not!" Andrew yelled out in the darkness.
Shadows moved across the field. Glowing eyes were on him, fueled by hatred and judgment. He didn't care. He wouldn't stand it.
His eyes gl
They Told UsThey Told Us:They Told Us2 years ago in Free Verse
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They told us we weren't artists,
They said that we're just puttin' words on paper...
They told us we wouldn't make it,
Because language isn't unique...
Ta hell with them all I say,
Because I know tha truth they seek ta hide.
We're treated like third-rate artists.
Our hands can't create magical pictures,
We can't create comics ta make people laugh,
Or emotive portraits ta make em cry...
But what they don't see is tha title,
What they don't see is tha description,
They don't even see tha comments or replies!
They look only at themselves,
And at tha talent they seem ta proclaim.
It's like starin' at an old english aristocrat,
Ignorin' us simply because we're farmers.
But what they don't see are the words.
Words used ta give a picture context.
Withou' a title, a picture is just a mix of colours and lines.
Who could understand an image, withou' a title?
If art alone suffices, why not let every piece be nameless?
I'll tell ya the truth, separated from the