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Aleksander Azrael



Booksie Address: http://www.booksie.com/Aleksander_Azrael
Country: United States
Favorite book: The Hound of the Baskervilles by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Member Since: Jul 15, 2007

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Give Him Your Nightmares

Short Story by Aleksander Azrael
Posted: Jun 23, 2008
Have you ever had a bad dream. A manifestation of all...

A Gentle Breeze Going Nowhere

Poem by Aleksander Azrael
Posted: Jun 12, 2008
My response to Hiralarious' challenge.

Ripping

Poem by Aleksander Azrael
Posted: Jun 9, 2008
We are our own worst enemies.

The Only Love Song

Poem by Aleksander Azrael
Posted: Jun 9, 2008
A poem about a guy who is in love with a girl but her...

Wildfire Horizon

Poem by Aleksander Azrael
Posted: Jun 3, 2008
A poem about being your own person and not letting...

Golden Eagle Wings

Poem by Aleksander Azrael
Posted: May 26, 2008
A poem about casting off the fears and doubts of moving...

Voodoo

Poem by Aleksander Azrael
Posted: May 26, 2008
A poem about moving forward. The "monsters" mentioned in...

To Hold A Dream In Your Hand Pt. 1

Short Story by Aleksander Azrael
Posted: Apr 15, 2008
Every other person knows who Paris Hilton and Tom Cruise...

Your Darkest Future

Poem by Aleksander Azrael
Posted: Apr 13, 2008
A poem about setting you heart free.

Bullets for Smiles

Poem by Aleksander Azrael
Posted: Apr 8, 2008
A poem about removing all of one's fears and doubts.

The Society of Clothing

Poem by Aleksander Azrael
Posted: Apr 6, 2008
This is an allegory using clothing as a parrallel to the...

Blood and Wedding Rings

Short Story by Aleksander Azrael
Posted: Mar 29, 2008
Mark has fixed his wife Isabelle a magnificant dinner....

Ranks of the Haunted Men

Poem by Aleksander Azrael
Posted: Mar 25, 2008
All humans are sinners. Even priests and sunday school...

At the End of a Railroad Track

Poem by Aleksander Azrael
Posted: Mar 13, 2008
Sometimes we don't know what to do with our lives....

Passions Ground to Dust

Poem by Aleksander Azrael
Posted: Mar 9, 2008
A poem about shaking off the limitations set by others.

The King of Heart's Desire

Poem by Aleksander Azrael
Posted: Mar 6, 2008
A evil King of Heart's Desire falls from the sky amidst a...

I Belong to the Beast

Poem by Aleksander Azrael
Posted: Mar 6, 2008
A young man has been seduced by all too enticing monster.

Bellow of a Heavenly Host

Poem by Aleksander Azrael
Posted: Feb 5, 2008
I was in the midst of a storm as I wrote this. I'm...

Can We Die?

Poem by Aleksander Azrael
Posted: Feb 4, 2008
A poem about our decaying society. My first attempt at...

Have You Had a Bad Day?

Poem by Aleksander Azrael
Posted: Feb 1, 2008
Yeah . . . This is really sappy, and it's embarrassing,...

Moon Knight: For Honor's Sake

Short Story by Aleksander Azrael
Posted: Jan 20, 2008
Moon Knight is back! He is once again patroling the...

Dear Father Christmas

Poem by Aleksander Azrael
Posted: Jan 10, 2008
This is about my grandfather. The tone is a lot lighter...

Escaping The Darkness

Poem by Aleksander Azrael
Posted: Jan 9, 2008
A poem about the darkness inside all of us. A darkness...

The Harvest

Short Story by Aleksander Azrael
Posted: Jan 6, 2008
All Will wants at the moment is to have a smoke, but his...

The Forsaken Flock

Poem by Aleksander Azrael
Posted: Jan 6, 2008
This was inspired by the Salvador Dali painting I used by...

Bell Tower Blues: Part 2

Short Story by Aleksander Azrael
Posted: Jul 22, 2007
Part 2 of the Bell Tower Blues seris. The mismatched...

Bell Tower Blues: Part 1

Short Story by Aleksander Azrael
Posted: Jul 19, 2007
Part one of the Bell Tower Blues seris. Aedan and...

Too Much Marinara, Not Enough Blood

Short Story by Aleksander Azrael
Posted: Jul 16, 2007
A story from the Books of Judgment. A young man named...



" I am a man, and men are animals who tell stories. This is a gift from God, who spoke our species into being, but left the end of our story untold. That mystery is troubling to us. How could it be otherwise? Without the final part, we think, how are we to make sense of all that went before: which is to say, our lives?

"So we make stories of our our own, in fevered and envious imitation of our own Maker, hoping that we'll tell, by chance, what God left untold. And finishing our tale, come to understand why we were born."

Prolouge to "Sacrament" by Clive Barker

"Just when the caterpillar thought his life was over, he became a butterfly."

Anonymous

"I have to keep on breathing because tomorrow to the sun will rise, and who knows what the tide could bring in?"

Tom Hanks "Castaway"

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