Summer of Reflection

View this post on Instagram I’ve been using this month as a time of peace and reflection✨ and with that, came a realization that there is still more to come. overcome. I was going through my past writing and noticed not only my growth as a writer but the change in me 🌸 so proud […]

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Lost and Found review

http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/2875579092 In her lovely poetry collection Lost and Found, Ahmed comes full circle with her relationship with God–questioning his role in our lives, damning him, to understanding and accepting him and the lessons and hardships that go along with his guidance. A natural storyteller, Ahmed’s voice draws you in as you as she welcomes you […]

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The Beginning

I DO NOT HAVE AN EDITOR–There will be errors The Ancient Gods were once destroyers, going from planet to planet wrecking havoc. But their children were not born in the vaccum of space; they were born before the dazzling beauty of stars and constellations. They were daydreamers who did not want to destroy…but to create. […]

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Prologue: Part 2

I DO NOT HAVE AN EDITOR–There will be errors Part 1:    {Hell, the Realm of Abyss} Red eyes, a conflagration of both hatred and ennui, Abyss glared upwards. With his immortal eyes, the being that was too ancient to be a god but there was no other word to describe the undying creature, he […]

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Prologue: Part 3

I DO NOT HAVE AN EDITOR–There will be errors Part 2:    Rhageon language: jardee- a curved sword, similar to a scimitar roggae- father muwwe- mother Nysurria- King, Warlord strilla- a girlish dress with frills and bows   Torien The swift majesty of the jardee blade reminded me of a fine tune–like the one Roggae […]

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