The Blade Runs In The Dark

It’s almost midnight. The tall trees of Sharpwood have already turned silent and the wind grows colder by every passing moment. I ride with my brethren. On today’s mission, there’s four of us. Sir Hoser, Lord Vakrol, Sir Pol, and me, Sir Jaroc. We ride on the narrow forest path that leads us out from … Continue reading The Blade Runs In The Dark

Jatensa, The Divine Father And The Soul Of Existence. Jalten Short Stories #14

Jatensa, the purest being in all existence gazed upon the emptiness. There was no void, nor was there light. Pure emptiness surrounded him, but he was not afraid. With his bright golden hands, he chanted, “May a hammer, created from pure light and power, come to be.” And so, a divine hammer formed into his … Continue reading Jatensa, The Divine Father And The Soul Of Existence. Jalten Short Stories #14

See Through The Eyes Of The Visionary. Long Poems #3

What is artI wonder as I slowly shift into the realm beyond oursWhat is loveI dream as I dance between the stars and the shining moons For someArt is what they do with the power they are left withAfter the world has taken the restFor othersArt is meaningless pieces of words on paperOr paint on … Continue reading See Through The Eyes Of The Visionary. Long Poems #3

The Tori Blades. Jalten Short Stories #13

It was only when the sky spat fire upon us And the sky was covered in darkened smoke That did the champions of humanity stand forth And showed their worth to the Gods During the Divine Wars, humanity was tasked to fight against Akretsu and Mehron's forces alongside the remaining Charitar and Valtar armies. Humanity … Continue reading The Tori Blades. Jalten Short Stories #13

The Burden of the Storyteller

What is life? What is the meaning of life? These are questions I think of every single day and so far, I haven't gotten a conclusion for this, though I've found some hints of the possible answer. Life is like a Grand Play, written by God and it's so complicated and vast that even Game … Continue reading The Burden of the Storyteller