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A short speech that a Roman general gave before a forgotten attack on the city of Alexandria in Egypt.
By Mars Bhuntamata
"Bhunta" is the name they call those shining jewels full of power inside their body. "Partitions" is what they call themselves, the elemental form in human bodies. Since they can not choose the path to be born, they're chosen by their own fate to walk the earth as elemental protectors. When a...
Its the first chapter with more to come. A twist of fate as these two very different lives colide read about Henry and Sebastian's first meeting here and now.
Sonnet. Don't think ourselves too smart.
A heartfelt prayer to the grand master of the universe
Poetry | Updated Aug 22, 2014 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Stephanie Young
If the old tree could talk, what could it say?
A poem about the warrior-hero Afrasiah.
What if Slavic, Russian, Germanic, Dutch and Norse folklore all existed in worlds that were tied to our own and they found a way to cross between their tales and legends into our physical world
Book | Updated Aug 2, 2014 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Vittorio Carvelli
Adult tales of sex and violence in the Roman Arena
By Lady Deva
A poem about Yidhra the Witch.
By Lady Deva
A poem about the ancient Goddess Yidhra.
A poem about Baharna in the Dreamlands.
The year is 2376 on planet Arlantia. Cole Malik is like any other teenager. He and his mother moved to a town far away from the majority of technology when he was little because his mother wanted him to grow up in the same era she did. Or at least a replica of it. The country they live in, known...
By Joli Hugh
Astarte, this is the name of one of the two daughters of Boecio, king of Theben, and his wife, Peitho, a nymph handmaiden to Aphrodite who died after giving birth to Astarte. Her sister, Ker, took the throne after the sudden assassination of her father, and is married to the drunken Ptolemy....