Writing on The Imaginary

  1. Elizabeth and The Looking Glass

    21 May 2018

    Oh how I have loved An ocean bed of brittle bones and forgotten peaks laced in frozen stones.  I have been and I have done. A thousand open waves wept for my attention yet none stirred my shallow affection.  A ship stained in ashen white, her belly lay barren on…


  2. The Insects of the Garden of Cursed Opals

    18 Aug 2017

    From the top right clockwise: The Diri The most intelligent of beetles, renowned for their ability to listen into conversations and hoarders of secrets. Tucking their long antennas and feet into their bodies they take the form of the glistening Laborite stone, a perfect camouflage for going unnoticed. The only…


  3. At the Rose Cottage Prince Sinan, keeper and ruler of clocks & Constance

    18 Aug 2017

    He is the only living child of the great Apus who is forever frozen into the skies burning white and silent for all eternity. Constance was hatched in the clouds and fell to the ground below. He is the last son of the fabled Paradis flock who continuously soared the…


  4. The Beginning

    18 Aug 2017

    Creation From the belly of the Chaos came the unnamed Demiurge, a nothing, a segment of the Chaos. It separated itself in an attempt to awaken the Chaos and began to carve two beings out of the Chaos’s skin; the Whispers and the Nyx. The Whispers illuminated the first light…


  5. A Short Insight into Silva

    18 Aug 2017

    A Short Insight into Silva Arcadia and Silvas’s Landscape Upon entering the mark, your senses are forced into submission as the tumescent air hits you. An ocean of forest, streaked with silvery lined rivers and rolling orchards that pepper the outskirts of the denser woodlands. If your eyes could invent…


  6. On Nature

    18 Aug 2017

    On Nature There are places in this existence that can only be described as truly alive. Where the air speaks, flowers blush, waters writhe and each plant clamors in chorus, unified by the strict hand of the elemental conductor. Nature’s orchestra is strung together by vines and roots, that are…


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