The Curse of the Necklace Cordelia Catherwood uncovers a necklace that brings her closer to her past so that she can accept her present. All she needs to do is end the curse upon the necklace to be free of the ghost who's haunting her.
Fiction: Fantasy, K, English, words: 3k+, 12/31/2009
3Where is it? Where it it? Where has it gone? Will it come back?
Poetry: General, K, English, words: 145, favs: 2, 8/24/2005
Trapped in Time » Sequel to Tangled in Time. Katherine, Elisabeth, Paul, and Peter are at it again: travelling through time. It all began when Katherine and Paul were sailing on a recreational voyage of The Seastar. When a terrible storm blows up, they are separated...
Fiction: Fantasy, K+, English, Fantasy, chapters: 11, words: 15k+, 8/24/2005
3Where has Summer Gone? Where has summer gone? This poem ponders the question, but doesn't give an answer.
Poetry: Nature, K, English, words: 124, 8/23/2005
2My First Day of School A poem about someone having to attend a different school and wondering what will happen. Written in the first person point of view, but luckily it didn't happen to me.
Poetry: School, K, English, words: 531, 8/23/2005
1Ghosts at the Lake » Maria and Robert Stone set out one morning, when the lake is calm. However, due to one minor mistake, they drown. Soon, it seems, another ghost turns up...
Fiction: General, K, English, chapters: 5, words: 11k+, favs: 1, updated: 5/31/2005 published: 5/19/2005
6The Wind The wind. We cannot see it, yet we know it is there. It is nature's mystery, is it not?
Poetry: Nature, K, English, words: 197, favs: 2, 4/28/2005
4Is There Such a Thing as Silence? Is there such a thing as silence? (Except in a vaccum! That doesn't count) This poems questions, saying, in a way, what the sound of silence is.
Poetry: General, K, English, words: 194, 4/26/2005
1O Skies that Watch the Earth! This is written, it seems, from the point of view from someone who is pleading with the sky, wanting to know the wonders of the world.
Poetry: Nature, K, English, words: 246, 4/26/2005
2Winter Snowstorm A winter snowstorm. I had inspiration when I wrote it. It was snowing outside.
Poetry: Nature, K, English, words: 116, 4/26/2005
4I Am Your Shadow Strange as it sounds, this is written, rather, from a shadow's point of view, if that is possible, from what I believe it would say.
Poetry: General, K, English, words: 141, 4/24/2005
2Rainfall The title pretty much tells you itself. Rainfall.
Poetry: Nature, K, English, words: 76, 4/22/2005
1Morning The title pretty much tells you itself. Morning.
Poetry: Nature, K, English, words: 51, 4/22/2005
1Flowers The title pretty much tells you itself. A poem about flowers.
Poetry: Nature, K, English, words: 60, 4/22/2005
1The Sea The title pretty much tells you itself. A sonnet on the sea.
Poetry: Nature, K, English, words: 84, 4/22/2005
5Tangled in Time A time-travelling story where two children, originally from a ship, are sent through time to right a wrong that was done in the past. Their past. Little do they know that, when they arrive back on the ship, they will meet their younger selves...
Fiction: Fantasy, K+, English, Fantasy & Suspense, words: 13k+, favs: 2, 4/19/2005