Cool, gentle wind whistled through the hanging branches of a willow tree. The night was clear, the stars particularly bright. Silence reigned over the glade, in subdued respect for what was happening. A prisoner was awakening in the shelter of the willow, and he wasn't... More →
To those who arrange,
to avoid me for I'm strange.
I know I'm weird,
and I don't mind if I'm feared.
I'm not what you know,
but don't make me a foe,
or your resentment will grow.
To a size that will damage nothing but yourself.
I'm not a fan of joining the... More →
Well, here I am stuck at my brother's college, with limited internet access (email and Sparknotes are not allowed). So I am going to do some stream of thought writing. College life looks so different and yet so similar to high school. The level of... More →
Hey guys! With the new SPARKLER REVIVAL going on, might as well bring back a series or two ehh??
So basically I'm going to give out a little tip or two for how to write like such, or I'll give you a prompt, and we will... More →
Hey there! I'm assuming if you clicked on this post you're interested in bringing Sparklife back! *cue Justin Timberlake's Bringing Sexy back*
Anyway..I AM TOO..and so are a bunch of us! So with that we are being the SPARKLER REVOLUTION *said in big booming announcer voice*
Our... More →
*Sung to the tune of "Do You Hear The People sing" from Les Miserables.
**All copyright rights go to Les Mis and the respected writers
Do you hear the sparklers sing?Singing a song of angry sparkles?It is the music of a people Who will not be slaves again!... More →
Author's Note: This story is actually based off of a crazy dream I had about a year ago, in which I was at a masquerade dance, enjoying myself, when I was told by a scary man with a knife that he had captured Doctor, and... More →
Return to me
My heart I willingly
Carved out of my chest
You hold it in your
Hands; it's spreading its wings,
Struggling to break free.
It was yours to hold,
But no more, just
You've broken enough
Bones caging me in that
Gripping your arms
So tight, deflating
My lungs, extinguishing
I gave... More →