Aeon of HorusAeon of HorusAeon of Horus6 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
written by Antonius Hywell and inspired by the Book of Law written By Aiwass
Aeon of Spiritual growth and sacrifice for a higher stake,
For if not you will dismembered, burned, left for the dead to rake.
Knowledge sufficient and ancient,
From the Dawn of Time to the dreadful Present.
Death and Judgement will endow many upon Osiris,
This will be a sad era of destruction and tears.
Horus of will and stake rests his embodiment on the world lake.
For wisdom and expirience make thee strong,
How it can be taken can't be given wrong.
Thee should be better then the rest,
Evolution so strong to be put to the test.
Rich will grow richer, Poor will be poorer,
Sick will be more ill, Ecstasy will be taken to the Extreme!
This age of pain and happines is the will of Horus.
His throne of might held by his mother and father.
Now his of inhertance from 1904,
Like an eagle our information will soar.
through the curtain of skies in the land of tat.
Maau-Taui shall help Osiris make his call,
Super Luigi- Chapter OnePrologueSuper Luigi- Chapter One9 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"So you're telling me you just got back from some kind of fantastic adventure?" The toad leaned forward over the table, resting his elbows on the lacquered wood and raising his eyebrows.
The man sitting across from him nodded eagerly, smiling. "Actually, I just started it," he said. "I'm only stopping here on the way to Rumblebump Volcano."
The toad reached into an inside pocket of his brown suede vest and pulled out a notebook and a pencil, licking the point and putting it to a fresh sheet of paper before glancing back up at the stranger and smiling amiably. "Well sir, if you've got time, I'd love to hear about it. My name's Truss T, and I'm a writer… but lately I've been fresh out of story ideas. Maybe if your story is good enough, I could make a book of it?"
The man stared at him in disbelief. "You'd want to write a book… about me??" he said finally in a breathless voice. His blue eyes widened; he looke
Working Without a NetWorking Without a Net12 years ago in Humor More Like This
I did what any of us would have done when learning that my Internet service had been shut down. I cried.
Actually, that's not completely true. The first thing I did was frantically dial up the campus tech people, who told me the problem would be resolved in an hour. Anyone who has ever dealt with Electronic Device Repairpersons should already know that "an hour" in their language translates into "sometime between an hour and the rapture."
So I waited an hour. Then I cried.
How could I possibly function without instant access to news, entertainment, and all that other stuff that's just sort of there? What could I do in place of checking my e-mail every 20 minutes and playing Slingo? This was a major problem.
But after a moment of despair, I dried my tears with the hanky of determination. I would not let this defeat me! I had lived happily before without the Internet and I could live the same way now! I only had to remember how.
I first tried reading an ancient text recording from when p