Category Archives: Fiction & Freeverse

Unfinished bits of fiction I have written, and poetry of whatever form or rhyme (includes background for context).

Dark, Part 5 (Fin)

The following is the last of what I wrote of Darq. It was one of my favorite projects. I just wish it hadn’t seemed like such a ripoff. I can only think that I somehow remembered it subconsciously. Or something. … Continue reading

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Darq, Part 4

* * * Since it was so dim, a small window letting in a sparse rectangle of light told me it was now night. Can’t believe they had the audacity to get me in plain view of day. Can’t believe I got … Continue reading

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Darq, Part 3

* * * The woman gleefully laughed to herself. My plan, perfect. Her eyes narrowed as she thought of Toonie. What am I going to do with him? Can’t keep him here; too dangerous, she thought, looking around at her dank, paint-peeled abode. Yet … Continue reading

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Darq, Part 2

* * * Down the stairs we went, and my impatience silently grew with each step, his gun still centered on my back. I had become a fugitive in my own world. I knew who the chimp was. I just had to … Continue reading

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Darq, Part 1

The following is a story I’d started that got tagged in my later writing courses as too similar to Roger Rabbit and I forget what it was called, but apparently monkey henchmen are too common. I’ve essentially retired this story, … Continue reading

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Godthief, Part 2

Water dripped from her hairline to her eyebrow, and she absentmindedly swiped it away, lest it blind her eye to the world inside her home. She did not keep a mirror, for mirrors allowed Other—worlds, entities—the opportunity to enter her … Continue reading

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Godthief, Part 1

“You’re not getting this one.” Nessiah glared at the winged creature that stared at her from across the dim room. Its feathered limbs spanned a good portion of her small stone home, its complexion was the fairest of all creatures … Continue reading

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