When I was nineteen months old, my Mom saved my sister and I from going into the system and took me to live with my Grandparents. They were the absolute best Grandparents a child could ask for! I lived with my Grandparents for Continue reading “Mother’s Day”
While I know for sure I want to complete “Outcast”, it will take a long time, for a number of reasons (School, family engagements, etc.). But, in the mean time, I’ll still be writing short stories and poems. Also, I would love any and all comments and feedback about my writings and/or the blog in general (I’m thinking of maybe taking on another author to collaborate maybe? I dunno if it’ll work out). I’m also thinking of doing a Q&A or something like that? I don’t know, but if you guys wanna ask questions about stuff, I’ll probably put one together if there’s enough questions I guess.
See you later.
March eleventh, twenty seventeen
That was when you left me
Your hugs, your smile, your laugh as well
Why didn’t you tell us you weren’t well?
I’m trying hard not to cry
But I hope you’re happy, up in the sky
Okami – Japanese for wolf
Daidokoro – Japanese for kitchen
Doryo – Japanese for coworker
Watashi wa, anata o aishiteimasu – Japanese for ‘I love you’
Watashi wa anata o aishiteimatsu, Akachan Okami. – Japanese for ‘I love you, baby wolf’
Miso soup – traditional Japanese soup
Dango – Popular Japanese dessert (rice cake balls)
Wolves are my favorite animal. They run so swiftly, and they’re exceptionally cunning and nimble as they stalk and slaughter their prey. They simply were amazing creatures. However, okami do not reside often in Deveroux, Florida, even though there are very few houses where I live, surrounded by thick woods. I personally love the woods, and Continue reading “Outcast (Chapter One) ‘Mirror, Mirror On The Wall, Who’s The Dumbest of Them All? (Discontinued until further notice)”
This is the post excerpt.
Hello all, I am currently working on a story called “Outcast”. The first chapter still might need a few revisions, but I’ll most likely do that at a later time. Have fun reading!