Giggle at the Ghostly, Staghart VersionStaghart: When I was a little hatchling and the moon began to waaaaaaane.Giggle at the Ghostly, Staghart Version in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
Yama: Tell me he's not....
Staghart: The darkness and the shadows they would always cause me paaaaaaain.
Lex: He is!
Staghart: I'd hide behind the sofa from what I thought I saw,
but Columban said that wasn't the way to deal with fears at aaaaalllllll.
Staghart: He said, Staghart, you gotta stand up tall,
learn to face your fears,
you'll see that they can't hurt you just laugh to make them disappeeeeear.
HA HA HA
Sooooooo, giggle at the ghostly. Guffaw at the grossly.
Crack up at the creepy. Whoop it up with the weepy.
Chortle at the kooky. Snortle at the spooky.
And to tell that big ol' scary face to bugger off and leave you alone and if he thinks he's scary than he's got another thing coming and the very idea of such a thing just makes you wanna HAHHAHAAHAHA laaaauuuuuuugh.
The Virtues of Bushido 4Honesty is the first chapter of the book of wisdom.The Virtues of Bushido 4 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The knife became a rusted old relic when Manami let go of her anger. Angela wrapped it in the tattered kimono as Yama used his katana to dig a hole near a birch. It would be impossible to know what had become of Manami's earthly remains. The blade and kimono would have to do. Angela put them in the hole and Yama used his sword to smooth the dirt over it. He wiped the dirt off the blade and sheathed it. He drew an aikuchi and knelt by the birch, preparing to carve into the bark. He hesitated. "I do not know which kanji Manami used for her name." he said. "Perhaps I should use katakana, just to be safe."
"Considering what just happened," said Yuri. "I think the kanji that mean 'truth' and 'beauty' would work best." Yama nodded and began to carve.
Lexington took a honeysuckle bloom and a stick of incense out of his pack. "Surely Hachijoo won't mind if we use a little of this." He laid the flowers on t
The Virtues of Bushido 2"Who is this 'Hachijoo-Sama'?" asked Angela. "And where is her shrine?"The Virtues of Bushido 2 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"This is the first I've heard of such a thing." said Yama.
"Watashi wa isha o shutoku shimasu." said Shinju, just before hurrying off, still cradling Chan-Chan, Tora following just behind her.
"She's getting a doctor." Yuri translated. She took note of a large deep green gargoyle covered in stings, his head laying in the lap of his pale green mate at she wept silently. "Kai-San!" she shouted, kneeling beside him. "Ayame-San, what's going on?"
"All I know," said Ayame as tears rolled down her cheeks. "Is that I was inside the temple showing some of the first time mothers how to fold a diaper when I heard screaming and buzzing outside. I saw that creature calling herself Hachijoo-Sama. A kishin, no doubt."
"What's a kishin?" asked Broadway.
"An evil spirit with the powers of a god." said Ayame. Kai began to shudder. "Kai-Chan, yamero-yo, kudasai."
"I think your supposed to let convulsions run their course." Staghart