From the darkness of sleep comes a faint and irritating noise, disturbing the sleeper, the words becoming clearer and clearer. "Lucia? Lucia?", this makes little sense to the hearer, what is being said is not understandable to the ears, and then it starts to make more sense, her name, her name is being called. "Lucia. … Continue reading The Serpent of Ljus – Chapter II.
High upon a hill on a monstrously rough and jagged terrain rests a large wooden building, made of the blackest forest wood and large enough to contain fifty men. This building is the ill reputed tavern 'The armless bandit', well known for fostering gangs and being a building you do not visit unless you know … Continue reading The Serpent of Ljus – Chapter I.
Chapter one - Tyranny: The prince walked back and forth, pacing up and down his dinning hall. He had been doing this for some time. His well-made leather boots making a violent clinking and clicking noise as the metal grips on them makes contact with the floor. The prince is dressed in his light battle … Continue reading Castile.
Sjor - A young boy roughly six years old. Linda - A young girl in her early teens. Mother - Sjor and Linda's widowed mother. Act I. (Both of the children are outside walking through a market, crowded with people, they are holding each other's hands in order to stay together. After walking a short … Continue reading Poor man’s riches
Part I - The Dog: (A man is sat in the park looking rather glum with his hands in his pockets, he is looking at the floor to begin with, then as a passerby passes with their dog he begins to talk.) "I remember when I got her, my dog I mean, my auntie is … Continue reading Dogs
(A young man thinking things over and arguing in his mind, begins to talk his problem out loud.) "Every day I walk past that shop with her and every day she points out that diary with her small, cute, chubby fingers with such a smile of happiness, and exclaims "Daddy! Daddy! How lovely it would … Continue reading Father and child
Cecil was blind. Although he didn't realise it. And neither would you if I hadn't of just told you. He had blinded people himself, that is true. It was his taste and his talent to do so. But now you may be wondering if I mean blind in the same way as I did in … Continue reading Caecus.