Daily Writing Part 11. Story of Poems 3

Random words of the day: Surface, … *sigh* Credit card

And RWG strikes again! Yippee! … First X-ray, now credit card? I think any hope of turning this into anything serious is approaching zero. I suppose that’s not the worst thing, though. Combining the more serious tone with a silly, bizarre premise? Could work. Might be fun, even. I guess I just was so set on writing a serious story after the first verse and didn’t expect to be thrown these curveballs in rapid succession. I really shouldn’t be complaining this much. Part of the fun of this is turning the unexpected into something, well, unexpected. ^_^ So from now on, I’m going to stop whining and just have fun with this. What’s the point of it otherwise, right? Back into the world of giant X-ray vision seabirds and credit cards we go! ^_^

The Artist’s Tale
Once upon a pitch-black night
A peaceful sleep was broken
To a grim bloodcurdling sound
The artist was awoken

Wide open then the windows flung
A seagull soared inside
Its eyes like X-rays piercing deep
Its wings three meters wide

Upon the surface of the desk
It sat and turned its head
Then from its beak a credit card
It hurled upon the bed

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Ever since a group of shoes held a birthday party a long, long time ago (though in a galaxy not that far away) a little boy’s appreciation for creation was born. And so, throughout the following years shoes partied, a dinosaur travelled through time, oddly shaped football players went on adventures, a young wanderer became a knight, a comedian rose to godhood, Jedi fought an evil empire, a war between cyborg warlords and human-insect hybrids engulfed the world… The boy had learned how with only words on paper (and from times to time a few pictures) he was able to bring people, places, even entire worlds to life. By now that little boy has reached almost the third decade of his life and his love for telling stories has not ceased. And finally, long after he had planned to, he has decided to share these stories with the world. Whether you are a new or already familiar face: welcome to this little archive of mine! This is a place where I will, finally, actually be sharing my writing with others. It will feature pretty much anything I feel like sharing, both old and new stories, fan-fiction and original content, and probably some non-fiction added in at times. So, if you like reading, writing, stories (or me ^_~), drop by, drop a comment (I can’t promise I’ll get back to you quickly, since I’m horrible at that, but I’ll do my best) and, drop it like it’s hot. … Sorry… ^_^; In any case, I hope you’ll enjoy yourself and I look forward to seeing you around!

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  1. […] random word generator seems to have jumped on that opportunity to give me two words that, before yesterday, might have made me groan loudly. But not today! Today the biggest frustration was getting the […]

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Who? Just your average descendant of two sea-faring peoples, recently graduated anthropology Master and aspiring author with a life-long passion for writing.

What? Uhm, human. I think... Also a bit crazy, but in a good way. I think...

Where? A land under the sea, far, far away. Occasionally with my head in the clouds.

Why? Trying to get both my work and my love for writing out there, sharing them with others and getting in touch with fellow writers, artists and other like-minded people.

Hi! ^_^

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