The Hundred Year WinterIn the dark cold night, the harsh snow will fallFor one hundred years Narnia slumberedEnchanted beneath the falling white cloudThe Witch's spell brought low the countrysideAnd the fauns and nymphs await the returnOf Spring, and Christmas, and wildflowersFor when Aslan returns, all will be wellAnd Kings and Queens in Narnia reignThe thrones at Cair Paravel once more filledAnd all will be well in the land of white.
Blood Brothers Chapter SixIt has been said that those who look up at the full moon become infused with a strange madness. The moon has been blamed for countless acts of seemingly random violence inflicted by one member of the human race onto another. Throughout time, the full moon has enraptured the world, its awe inspiring beauty capturing the hearts of angels and demons among us. It is a popular theme for artists, moviemakers, and musicians. The feelings that a full moon inspires have roots back to the beginning of time. The ancient natives believed that a red moon meant that blood had been spilled that night. A lunar eclipse was often a sign from the gods that mankind must change its terrible ways. Those who could predict the patterns of the moon where held up as prophets, and were given great authority. Writers in the past have described the moon as earths little sister, orbiting faithfully around the world non stop, never ceasing in its endless cycle.Those who have been on the moon, however, can tell a ve
Blood Brothers Chapter FiveWhat is your breaking point? If you had to name a moment in time when you could not go on any longer, what would it be? For Kit, he has not yet reached that point, but how much more can one person take? How long can he possibly hold out against a world that wants nothing more than his utter destruction? His breaking point is close, so close that he can almost taste his doom upon him.What is your breaking point?*~*Toboe and Kit stood atop a bridge in the middle of the park, watching the river below them flow swiftly along its course. They did not speak, just reveled in the sounds of nature around them. It was a brisk day, the temperature had been dropping steadily over the last week, a sure sign that winter was almost upon them. This was not exactly a concern to Toboe, for obvious reasons, but Kit was another matter entirely. Because all his funds went straight to his brothers care, he had not paid the electrical bill for his room in over a month. As a result, heat and electricity ha