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I often enjoy writing, and I decided to post a few of my works. If you like them, don't like them, don't give a care, whatever, unless otherwise noted they're still mine, so please don't take my name off of them, and let me know if you reprint them. I'd also appreciate feedback.

"True ease in writing comes from art, not chance, As those move easiest who have learned to dance." -Alexander Pope
Poetry and Lyrics
Are You Digging On My Grave?
Not by me, but I love it!
A nice poem about...a poet! And nature.
Want to know how the nursery rhyme originally went?
New lyrics to an old song
The Moment: The Poetry of my Soul
Some thoughts one snowy night, and a poem by J. R. R. Tolkien
Two poems in the style of Anne Bradstreet
One by her and one by me (can you tell them apart?)
The Unveiling
In the style of "The Lady Of Shalott," with a surprise ending
The Unveiling
This one's by a friend; same name, different subject.

"The point in writing is knowing when to stop." -Lucy Maude Montgomery
Short Stories
Published in Montage, a literary magazine!
It Is Well
My version of the true story that inspired a hymn
An exciting true story

"When I say writing, believe me, it is rewriting that I have chiefly in mind." -Robert Louis Stevenson
Fan Fiction
The Surprise
A little TNG story
Tom Paris' latest holodeck diversion
A Voyager story-in-the-works. (No ending yet)

"I have made this letter longer than usual, because I lack the time to make it short." -Blaise Pascal
Longer Works
My novel that will probably never be finished

"Don't be seduced into thinking that that which does not make a profit is without value." -Arthur Miller
Mythical Quotes Some quotes about looking beyond the surface in life
Growing Up
A letter from one who stands on the brink of "grown-up-hood"
Reflections on some special "friends"
The Princess and the Dragon
A play my reading group wrote in second grade
Jots and Doodles
Some of my random drawings
"What's all this business of being a writer? It's just putting one word after another." -Irving Thalberg
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