One two, who are you? Three four, close the door. Five six, my heart ticks. Seven eight, must be fate. Nine ten, here I go again. On two, it's not new Three four, at the core Five six, it just sticks Seven eight, all the hate Nine ten, replace with zen One two, see the … Continue reading Counting on You
I have green eyes and my hair is white. My bark is not worse than my bite. If you ask me no questions, I may still tell you lies. I'm not older than dirt, and my age does not fetter. I like a nice tight sweater, the easier to smile and to flirt. I'll die … Continue reading Her
I am free. I am strong. Sometimes I'm invisible, but my voice is loud. I will conquer the world and ride my wave beyond the horizon. I lead, I don't follow and I sure as hell don't get out of the way. I don't take risks, I make things happen. This is my time.
Maya straightened her rumpled bed covers and flopped onto her stomach. The negotiations had completed, and her part in the agreement was to leave in the morning before the wedding. She was peeved at father for agreeing, and peeved at Estan for requiring, and peeved at Uncle Duncan for supporting. She had done nothing wrong, … Continue reading Whispers
"Why did you add the green vitriol?" "I didn't," Gordon said. "My apprentice wasn't paying attention..." "I was," she shot back. "I was making a vitamin drink. You weren't..." "Gordon," Onta said. "The results?" "Yes, well," he said, glaring at his apprentice. "It turns out that if you take dirty water, such as that from … Continue reading Kings ‘n Things