Postings with tag: sailors
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A Renaissance-era rendition of The Little Mermaid that combines Greek mythology and classic fantasy. This captivating tale of five siren sisters - Adva, Delora, Meri, Nerina, and Una - will thrill your adventurous side while still providing the elegant, classical-style romance you'd find during the Renaissance and in Greek mythology.…
A utopia, a safe haven, Eden. In a long forgotten island there lives a group of people. Many came upon the island by accident, some born there, others searching for the safe place. Are these truly the only people on the island, or is there more to the mystery?
A strange young girl on a ship with a rowdy crew at open sea, see a problem? None of the crew know anything about this girl, they don't know her name, they don't even know where she came from and neither does she, she doesn't even speak dansk tunga or…
attempting of rhyming every other line ending about sailors going out to sea after a storm only for it to come back after their smugness about it not going to, and then they all drowned or at least get flipped off the ship
Ten years ago, a princess was suppose to arrive in Ireland, but something happened to the ship, and the young girl and king were proclaimed "dead", leaving the throne to power hungry poloticians. What really happened on that fateful night? I'll tell you: pirates happened. An epic prologue to my…
An ode (of sorts) to shipworms, also known as Teredo worms. They're a kind of saltwater clam, which make their living by eating wood left in saltwater, eg. ships. The little beasties are much to be feared . . .
I love the sea and its sounds, and just the idea of it. On the surface, this poem is about a shipwreck and the tragedy of it all. I'll leave it to the readers to assign it a deeper meaning. Let me know what you think :]
Action and Adventure
August 26, 2010
Sequel to "The Forgotten Sailors" The eight sailors have planned a sailing trip of many days along many miles of coastline. From the golden beaches of California, to the Aleutian Islands of the Alaskan chain, they will be sailing all the way. But when a strange boy makes their acquaintance…
What was it like to be a mythical creature? We hear so much of their tales, their actions, but what was going on inside those mystical heads of theirs? In this story you will discover just that of one of Norse Mythology's most frightening creatures.
this is a poem for 'z0mb1ezg0dd3ss's challenge'! but feel free to comment still! this poem is a siren's song/poem. she is singing to sailors to bring them to the deathly rocks!