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The morbid beauty that we meet at the end of the very end- Death
WARNING: course language and strong sexual content
Charon has lived a life of death. Literally. Being the ferryman who aids souls across the River Styx is basically just the same everyday. Pick up spirit, row to whichever layer of hell it's headed to, drop it off and row back. And then of...
You've probably heard some Greek myths and legends but you've never heard one like this. This story is no myth. Forever, your view on the Greek Gods and Goddesses will change. They do not just sit around on Mount Olympus looking at the humans below. Wars come between them regularly. When...
A description of what has happened every day ever since the first time a man laid eys upon another man. All due to our "war-mongering" nature.
"Couldn't I be a little more normal, too? A little pretty, a little innocent? Perhaps a little human?"
The Death is often imagined as a monstrous creature, a murderer, a Grim Reaper with a scythe.
But what if that clear picture was wrong? What if Death was a seemingly young girl, one of her...
Basically like Maximum Ride, with the same characters, and a few more. Mostly Fanfiction. ;] enjoy.
Crossing the river Styx in a dream.
Poetry | Updated Jan 5, 2011 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
By Evil Mathster
When a close friend teeters on the edge of death, a young man attempts to rescue her from the River Styx.
Short Story | Updated Nov 28, 2010 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This poem comes from the mind of a sad individual who considers what come after death.
Demesis finds herself sent on a quest to the Underworld to find the huntress, Artemis. At first, when Apollo aids her on her journey, she's not so sure she can trust him. But on the way, that uncertainty is questioned. And how in the world can they get Artemis back from the king of the dead?
By Alessandra Fireheart
Tiberius and Hunter/Isabella have been trying to figure out who the mysterious Spaceman is. Isabella has a belief that he knows the whereabouts of her father. But the closer she seems to get to solving the mystery, the more Spaceman reminds her of her father. And then the secret was...
By Dusk Dawn
Well this is just for fun. It came to me today and I knew right away that I had to write it out once I got the chance. If Genesis (sequel to Absolution) were a musical. This is how it would start. Or at least, this would be in there at some point. Enjoy!!
A poem about the Fates; not in order of how they accomplish things though. I like to think they were having an argument one day over tea- because of course the Fates would love tea.
Comments and critique is welcomed and encouraged, as always =)