The Strike

Julrane clenched the spear. A firm and forceful strike was critical, both to make sure the weapon went in deep enough, and to get it in at all. The aim was critical too. Having to make multiple strikes would not only display a sloppiness she despised, it would require more time and effort. Vital as... Continue Reading →

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Narrative Poem: Julrane’s Net

Julrane’s next project involved her garden’s waterwheel plants, Which entangled her feet, as though catching invaders.   At first she had fun watching her step, But it impeded her properly tending other plants.   Another problem confronted not only Julrane, but Gulfia; The problem of sea-serpents, dendans, and other invaders   Swimming over the city... Continue Reading →

Narrative Poem: The Weeds on the Wall

  Centuries ago the seas concealed cities, Home to folk who prefered water to air, Who looked nearly but not fully like we. One was named Julrane, with ankle length hair Blue as the water, and eyes of light, deep green. She lived in Gulfia, near Persia, where She tended the Citadel’s flower garden. More... Continue Reading →

  I decided to do a portrait for Julrane of the Sea Dwellers next because I love this character. She also gets a drabble to herself for the same reason. *** As soon as Nesrin was asleep Julrane grabbed a flower she’d been hiding and snuck out to plant it. She knew Nesrin was named... Continue Reading →

Card Tricks

Nesrin was floating in the living room with her legs crossed as if she were sitting. She was reading The Necromancers while Isabelle and Jason poured over their school books. Isabelle had a psychology test coming up, and Jason was half-way through the rough draft of a business paper. Nesrin had completed her formal education... Continue Reading →

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