What They WhisperScarlet grass under flaming skiesEbony clouds way up highBurgundy waters, violet birds flyIvory wolves call to the riseEmerald sun sits in the westBrown little chicks cheep in the nestSilky green roses on ruby stems restGolden lavender springs to test
Tick Tock ClockTick...tock...Tick...tock...Where are you hiding little clock?Tick...tock...Tick...tock...Where are your little hands that knock?Tick...tock...Tick...tock...Is it me you're trying to mock?Tick...tock...Tick...tock...Stop now deadly little clock!
Death SingsDeath sings of broken wingsMelodies on rusted stringsTales of late, twisted hatePlayed upon the harp on fateLoss of sight, trapped in flightSpoken by the voice of nightDeath sings of broken wingsMelodies on rusted strings
Midnight DancersTake my hand under a cast of moonlightFollow my movements in the nighttime airRest your hand on my shoulder in the darkTurn with me in a world of starlightMatch my breath and rhythm in nightWaltz with me in depths of shadowWe can be midnight dancers
Desperate MeasuresTimes were hardI couldn't breatheTroubles past and goneBut all I think of in my mindIs this the calm or is this the eye
Do You Remember Me?Do you remember?We were youngWe'd sit next to each other on the bus every single dayWe'd cry when the other wasn't at schoolWe were best friends you and IDo you remember?I could walk to your houseI still canI try to text or call youYou never answerDo you remember?Those little games we playedFighting evil sorceresses, and monstersThe little fairies that danced around your headDo you remember those times?Do you remember me?
Resolution and RevengeKhaota looked up at her matesprit, his lip had been split and his nose was bleeding. His muscular chest was covered in bruises and small scrapes. She felt red tears begin to well up in her eyes, he had never seen him hurt before."K-Kereio..." she whimpered. "Y-you're hurt...""Yes, Khaota, I am hurt. No thanks to you."Khaota ran at her matesprit and wrapped her arms around him, burying her face in his chest. Red tears streamed down her face. Kereio placed a hand on her head and stroked her hair. He shushed her crying, and tilted her head toward his face, kissing her gently. When they released, she nuzzled her face back into his chest. Kereio laughed to himself."He's got some bruises, and I have a fucking hole in my arm. Where's my love and kisses?" The cobalt-blooded troll coughed.Khaota walked over to him and ripped the arrow out of his arm. The troll moaned in agony. She turned and fired at the cobalt troll's lusus, aiming at it's right foreleg. The deer screeched and dropped to
The Hunt"Oh don't worry so much! I'll be fine!"Khaota, bow in hand, raced into the forest. She nocked one long black arrow with red feathers and engraved swirls. Finger hooked around her arrow, she lept to a tree branch and studied her surroundings for prey. It wasn't long before she found what she was looking for. A small bear-like creature pawed into view. Khaota drew back her bow instantly. She took a final breath and fired. The creature fell to the ground, olive-coloured blood streaming from it's head.She jumped down from the tree and slung the dead animal over her shoulder, Kereio would love this! She thought of maybe going to the pools to visit her beloved matesprit, but decided against it."If he wants to see this, he can wait until he gets back from those gross pools," she said to herself.Just as she finished speaking a deer-like animal trotted a few yards down range. Khaota couldn't help but to drop the bear and take aim at the deer. A burning pain shot through her shoulder, and sh
Come to MeCome hereYou?Yes of course you!Lay downWhere?On this bed of course!What's wrong?Are the bones too sharp for your liking?Thirsty?Here, drink this!What's wrong?It's thick?Well what would you expect of blood?What's that?You want to wash off the blood?Wash off in this bath?What?It's burning you?Do you expect anything else of acid?Surprised?I told you I was a monster