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Thousands of years ago, Byzantium was destroyed by an unknown power. Melina was creating a spell at a similar time, and because of the context of the time it happened, she blames herself for it. But not entirely. She sets out across Europe, looking for answers. Why did it happen?… Read More
The Pope escapes to the United States, as the Islamic State takes Rome. A secret is going to be revealed to the Pope about the leader of the Islamic State. Read More

Tags: rome, grand, pope, rapids

A short play in three acts, about a highly fictionalized last night and day of Gaius Julius Caesar and his encounter with the goddess of liberty(Eleutheria) and the god of death(Thanatos). Read More
This is my first book of some sort. It's a fictional story with the setting of the Roman Empire Read More
Roman sentries await the return of the vanguard. Read More

Poem / Poetry

August 14, 2017

Reads: 154

Comments: 2

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Recent research on Roman coins has shown that Hannibal's defeat resulted in a huge boost to the Roman economy and marked its transition from regional power to Empire. This reminded me of a poem I wrote during my Latin studies when I first came to Nelson in 1982. Called 'What… Read More
A creative writing assignment I was given when I studied in Rome; to find a piece of artwork & create a story about it. I decided to become the fountain, bring it to life, & share it's struggles. Read More
Decimus and Atticus were part a Roman century tasked with rescuing the prince of Rome. The century ventured into unknown lands, deep into a densely fogged forest where they knew nothing about the environment or what enemies lingered in darkness waiting for them. All everyone knew, even their commander, was… Read More
Dark Resurrection the first of a series of historical novels about the vampire Jesus Christ and his bloodthirsty consort Mary Magdalene. Having been unjustly crucified at Golgotha, to his surprise Jesus finds he has risen from the grave as a member of the undead. A just man during his life,… Read More
Ancient Greece is invaded by Rome, Rome being an allegory for the building of anything throughout human society by the way of violence. Greece in the story representing all people on Earth living in peace. A mother of Greece gives her thoughts as she becomes a refugee. Read More

Tags: rome, devourer

Caius had always dreamed of becoming a gladiator, but when he got the chance he found that it was not all he thought it would be. Fans of professional wrestling will get a definite something from this piece. Read More

Tags: rome, gladiator

Reads: 199

Comments: 1

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A political and spiritual poetic tussle over current events. More a work in rhyme than solving any problems. Read More
This is a work in Progress.... wanted to see what people thought, see if its readable.... Read More

Poem / Romance

February 05, 2016

Reads: 183

Shelves: 1

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Poem / Romance

January 25, 2016

Reads: 225

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Amy washes Annona's back the water running down over her body the smell of perfumed ointment the smoothness the skin Amy's lips near wanting to kiss but knowing too risky even if her mistress should want it Amy moves her fingers touching Annona's skin between thighs and calves Annona reaches… Read More

Tags: girl, rome, mistress, 47-bc

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