Tag: winter

Drabble Wednesday: Changing Seasons

After a bit of a break due to various reasons, Drabble Wednesday is back with three new tales that tell a strange dark story… Summer Sacrifice The scorching sun beat down upon the village, dispersing the cold shadow of the mountain of the gods.… Continue Reading “Drabble Wednesday: Changing Seasons”

National Poetry Month – Day 13: Dreams of Rain

For Day 13, I have the prompt dreams of rain.And no form today, just a bit of free verse. Image by Markus Spiske from Pixabay Dreams of Rain Stirring up scentsof petrichor and hopeof new grass and bloomsA sweet spring rain Streaks of wateron… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month – Day 13: Dreams of Rain”

Once Upon a Winter: Part Three

And the conclusion to this holiday horror story.   Once Upon a Winter: Part Three   In the stillness of the darkest night, under the moon, the barren earth stands as a testament, a perpetual warning. Where once a village thrived years past, now… Continue Reading “Once Upon a Winter: Part Three”

Once Upon a Winter: Part Two

The second installment of the three-part horror story.     Once Upon a Winter   He stood at the edge of the village. Most of the houses were dark but light still flickered in a few. He smiled. It would not matter soon. Awake… Continue Reading “Once Upon a Winter: Part Two”

Once Upon a Winter: Part One

For the holidays, I’m bringing you a winter serial of darkness and things owed…   Once Upon a Winter   In the silence between midnight and the moon, the wind suddenly rustled against the treetops and the glossy crust of snow crackled in the… Continue Reading “Once Upon a Winter: Part One”