Two Lies and a Riddle (part one)

by Serena W. Sorrell The bus wound up the mountain road like a snake that had eaten too much. And no wonder.  It was the largest passenger bus able to make the steep and curvy climb up to the peak of the treacherously steep mountain; more than sixty students, anxious for their first day of…

Crown of Silver

Crown of Silver by S.W. Wildwood At twenty-two my hair began to gray. Ten years more and from my temples Stretched stripes of silver spray. How young still to look so old, So the whispers 'round would say. True. There are some who would wail At the marks of age and time. Yet, I rejoice…

Stars In the Sand

by Serena W. Sorrell She felt the first stirrings of her heart as warm laughter filled her ears; she opened her obsidian eyes in time to see the bouncing curls of the one who’d created her and her domain. The frolicking figure, light hitting those wild curls, vanished over the edge of her lands. Save…