Tag: death

Hard to miss you

Last week Grandpa passed. I wrote this poem for him while flying out to Utah. I would have posted earlier, but it’s just been crazy about week. Grandpa, It’s hard to miss you when you’re still here In the jovial nature of loved ones… Continue Reading “Hard to miss you”

Sometimes Characters Die

I was writing really well yesterday. I was flying through scenes and words, creating some beautiful work, when I reached a heated moment. As I wrote it, realizing where it was going, I suddenly noted I was backed into a corner. Only 12000 words… Continue Reading “Sometimes Characters Die”

The Sick God

He watched as others ran, Felt as his fever ran Above what it should be. His lungs they ached, Through blurred vision he faked That just fine he could see. So he stood up and ran As fast as any man can Defying weakness… Continue Reading “The Sick God”

A Desperate Hunter

“Jack, what the hell was that?” There was a lot of warm, red liquid oozing down the side of Jack’s face. The world spun and was filled with stars. He learned in a class, seemingly in another life, that when you see stars it’s… Continue Reading “A Desperate Hunter”

Bloody

“You’re bleeding.” Craig nearly laughed from the absurdity. Instead he tried his best to pick himself up, focusing on his footing as a child taking first steps. His left arm burned, though it was numbing. Shock was setting in, he thought. The muscle had… Continue Reading “Bloody”

Why We Write About Zombies

I was playing┬áThe Walking Dead when I had an epiphany. I suddenly realized why we have the zombie genre. This should have been obvious in the show of the same name. It isn’t obvious in many end of the world movies, games, or books.… Continue Reading “Why We Write About Zombies”

A Poem of Desires

First, make sure to check out Legends Undying! Why? Because here is my post for today. I think it’s getting good. Next, to a poem. I’m finally taking on the challenge…that expired last month. Here we go! I did use the obvious deck for… Continue Reading “A Poem of Desires”

Women Break My Heart and Nose

I was six. It was snowing, my parents were buying plane tickets in a time where you had to go to the airport in order to make the purchase. We didn’t have internet back then. It was snowing and I went to a friend’s… Continue Reading “Women Break My Heart and Nose”