6Never Leave Never leave - I warn you now - the comfort of your own country
Poetry: Life, T, English, Poetry, words: 278, 3/5/2006
2The Wizard's Candle Hero is on a quest to seek out the "wizard", but a stranger on the way causes him to contemplate on why. A satire of the 'fantasy' genre.
Fiction: Fantasy, K, English, Parody & Mystery, words: 1k+, 2/17/2006
6Wooden Heart A love-sick poem tries to communicate with its reader.
Poetry: Love, K+, English, Romance, words: 188, favs: 1, 8/13/2005
5Manky Carpet A house-moving experience obsessed with the rank quality of the carpet.
Poetry: Humor, M, English, Humor, words: 156, 6/23/2005
10Consoling Satira Why do some of us need things like this : ) and this : ( to understand a satirical response? Isn't your English and punctuation good enough?
Poetry: Humor, K+, English, Humor & Parody, words: 133, favs: 1, 6/4/2005
10To His Shy Girlfriend Romance is sex dressed up. Transposition of Andrew Marvell's 'To His Coy Mistress'.
Poetry: Love, T, English, Romance & Parody, words: 586, favs: 1, 5/21/2005
3Girl with the Flamethrower Hair Most children have best friends. What they mean by 'best friend' is a person, usually another child, with whom they spend a majority of their time. Sad to say, I never had a 'best friend', though some may argue that I did.
Fiction: Mystery, K+, English, Mystery, words: 1k+, 5/1/2005
8Schoolboy Schoolboys are lush - but which ones? The real or the fashioned? Inspired by Robert Herrick's poem 'Delight in Disorder'.
Poetry: Humor, T, English, Parody & Humor, words: 234, 4/21/2005
4To Autumn Five haikus reflecting the nature of one autumn afternoon...
Poetry: Haiku, K, English, Poetry & Spiritual, words: 379, 4/20/2005
15All My Dandelions Are Dead Mermaids Portrait of a misogynist. (Third villanelle).
Poetry: Love, T, English, Fantasy & Angst, words: 147, favs: 7, 4/9/2005
7Documentaries Tell people their mistakes and they're fated to make them anyway. (History Reverse Psychology)
Poetry: Politics, T, English, Poetry, words: 47, favs: 2, 4/8/2005
1Dinner With The Blacks For Andrew Townsend, a simple invitation to dinner turns inexplicably into a nightmare.
Fiction: Humor, T, English, Parody & Mystery, words: 429, 4/8/2005
7Not The Tiger Bleak parody of William Blake's poem.
Poetry: Politics, K+, English, Poetry & Parody, words: 338, favs: 1, 4/8/2005
4The Reason Respect for someone who decides to kill themselves. (Second villanelle - completely rewritten.)
Poetry: Life, T, English, Poetry & Tragedy, words: 160, 4/8/2005
6Never Dead Yet Every film gets this part wrong. (Goes to show money can't buy perfection, hmm.)
Poetry: Humor, K+, English, Humor, words: 49, 4/8/2005
14Ignored as a Child Some parents deserve sadness and loneliness in their old age. (Malice prepense.)
Poetry: Family, K+, English, Angst & Tragedy, words: 184, 3/18/2005
12About the Weather Some of us grow distant from our parents.
Poetry: Family, K, English, Poetry & Angst, words: 155, 3/15/2005
4Songs for Lady Aspen A wandering musician dedicates himself to a lady he has only met once.
Fiction: Romance, K, English, Romance & Fantasy, words: 625, favs: 1, 3/13/2005
3The Way of the World Based on Edgar Gambin's version of 'The Last Supper'. The only thing we're good at is watching - except this one guy, who tells us we'll be fine.
Poetry: Life, K, English, Parody & Angst, words: 259, 3/12/2005
12Smoking is a Pastime It's harder to become a smoker than it is to stop smoking.
Poetry: Humor, T, English, Humor & Parody, words: 308, favs: 1, 3/11/2005