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.
As you may well know (or may not) I am not new to the experience of conflict and the suffering of this world. I am writing this more for myself than for you, but be a good reader and don't stop, and do make sure to finish what you have started. I Have served in … Continue reading Hemmingway’s war.
Chapter one - Absolved from choice: I am writing here because I have no one to confide in, you're but a piece of paper but I hope that just expressing myself here will relieve me of many pains and worries. I will keep you close in my pocket at all times, living next to a … Continue reading Sins of the father, or choosing one’s own choices.