Twilight ~ Future of Forestry

Once upon a time, we were young
We thought we’d escape from it all but we were wrong
Then unexpectedly, we’re in a dream
So faintly, we didn’t notice or did we?

So enter the other side
It sounds like a lullaby

In this twilight, we are pale
And on this frail side, nothing else could be so real

And is it nostalgia, is it the sun?
‘Cause it won’t leave us alone and we’re still young
When we sat down to pray, if you saw my eyes

You’d know I just couldn’t close them, not all night

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Future of Forestry band member Eric Owyoung reminds me of Liang Griffin from Days of the Guardian!thWMQ5CW82


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My Honor

Ellen answered her Com. It was midnight. Only one person would be calling her at this hour.

“Hello,” she whispered. There was silence on the other end. “Any news?” she asked urgently.

“The girl is at Griffin’s clinic now. Her surgery is scheduled in eight weeks.”

“I will be waiting for instructions.”

“They will be given. I thank you on behalf of the Guardian.”

“It is my honor.”

-The Red String, Chapter 4, The Lessons

 


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I Do Not Fear…

Prompt- Write a poem that starts with “I do
not fear”
I do not fear your pain, wrenched from experiences
I do not fear your anger, righteous indignation
I do not fear your laughter, reflected tomfoolery
I do not fear your intellect, mused facts
I do not fear your attraction, biological response
I do not fear your dreams, goals awaiting acceptance
I do not fear your tears, humanity’s glue
I fear your assumptions, walls to empathy
I fear your pride, fists balled to face
I fear your greed, war begetting ownership
I fear your hatred, blind bloody binges
I fear your addiction, puppet strings
I fear your nightmares, prophesied vengeance
I fear your rejection, abandonment at the precipice

 

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So, Hero…

“So, hero, are you going to visit?” Nate asks.

Jaycee eyes her purple notebook and winks.

“Of course. I have a story to tell her.”

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Threats

The other file stared back at him.  Threats.

The file was thick.  It mostly contained empty claims, but every threat to E.C.C.O. was investigated.  The paperwork was ridiculous.  There were a few red-flagged threats—ongoing investigations.  The two biggest threats at present were the Freedom Restoration Movement and the mysterious Guardian.

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