See that little girl in white With the golden locket? She is what you could be She is what you would be If I had a penny in my pocket L’artiste a son atelier Le fleuriste a son bouquet Écrivaine sans histoire Qu’est-ce que donc j’ai ?
Thus, O my best beloved, have the sages spoken of the Writer’s life: Revelling, glorying in the power bestowed upon him by the Most Gracious; despairing ever of unchaining it from the puerile censure of an uncomprehending world, the Writer is shaken like a leaf in the winds of December, clinging withered and frosted to … Continue reading A Survival Guide for Young Writers
Wheresoever life blooms still in the Lhann'shoay, the ghosts of unsung sagas hold it close. On the edge of all edges, in the sleet-white scythe that splits the green of the earth from the blueyellow of the sky they dwell, groping for a place beside younger sisters whom Time the Inexorable Sculptor has not yet … Continue reading Fen of Tales Untold
Before it can be written as a seamless whole, every snippet of its shadow that can be caught must be pinned to paper. Nakushita. The Land of the Lost…You’re wrong there. Lose yourself it, and you’ll find your way through. But can you do it? Can you trust, you who lie hourly to yourself and … Continue reading A Feather from a Secret World
All the long merry days of thy life, child Shalt evermore do as thou art bid; Lay aside now these fancies wild, Else shalt cringe when thou art chid! For the yoke upon thy fluttering heart, Comes not from the censure of the world; Were this cool defiance thy natural part, Wouldst tremble so as … Continue reading Yes-Person