We must come to terms with it, life’s great delay, To live our tale, to laugh, to play To live one truth: Come what may, And face one simple fact: this too shall fade, And thus truly enjoy life’s great delay.
Moonlight shone eerily across the surface of untouched snow, broken every now and then by the deep pool of shadow gathered beneath a towering fir. The night air was heavy, silent, and still with not a breath of air to disturb it. All the world seemed as a predatory beast preparing to spring upon unsuspecting … Continue reading The Hunting Lodge pt.1
Have you seen my red heart? Have you felt its great pain? Have you tasted its loss? Have you seen its red mane? Though I love you dearly, I fear you have not, Truly seen what beast beats, Within this chest full of loss.
I love you so dearly Ripe, sweet fruit of the vine The taste of your nectar The soft curve of your thigh Let me suckle at your nature Let me be of your kind I love you so dearly The moon of my sky Transform me forever Ripe sweet fruit of the vine
In the valley where the wind was born Your blood is my call Your kiss a sweet sorrow Your mercy my fall From the bend in the river, I hear your soft cry Born from crevices deep, from cliff sides on high A moan there is too, smooth as flesh of the thigh Heated and … Continue reading The Valley Where the Wind was Born
On this day in history, June 4th, 1940, the allied forces consisting of the remnants of three French field armies, Belgium soldiers, as well as the British Expeditionary Force, completed their desperate evacuation to Britain from Dunkirk. This marked the end of the first major allied attempt to halt the German westward advance, and though … Continue reading A Resolve Steeled
It was nearing midnight, and the small roadside bar in west Texas was preparing to wrap up another slow night. The day was October the 30th, and as the minutes ticked closer to the witching hour, the world drew closer to all hallows eve. A soft, cool wind blew in from the west, disturbing the … Continue reading The Witch of West Texas
In this day in history, May the 30th, in the year 1431, during the Hundred Years War, Joan of Arc was burned at the stake in Rouen, France under English rule. Though believed to be only nineteen at the time of her death, Joan of Arc, or Jeanne d’Arc in French, had accomplished what none … Continue reading The Burning of a Saint