Even the stars die. It is just the way things are. But it doesn’t mean that things cannot be forever, because when stars die their energy goes out into the universe, spreading far and wide across the vacuum. The star does not disappear. There is something of it that remains behind, the energy that is … More And so the stars, they die (From the Archives)
The stars twinkle above you, gently pulsing as they bubble and collapse upon the backdrop of the universe. You watch them throughout the night. Hoping for guidance. Wisdom. Assurance. Tomorrow, your country goes to battle. You lead it, at the front, donned in the glory of armour, a canvas to be painted with the blood … More Luminous (A Teacup Story)
The night before the battle for Captaincy of the ship, Owett watched the stars. … More Flash Fiction – The Kayla Breeze (From the Archives)
“Prompts on a Theme” is where I write a story based on a prompt given to me that loosely relates to a particular theme. Check out my “Prompts on a Theme” page for more info! Black When you look up at the stars, what do you see? The universe unfurls for you, revealing it’s secret … More Black – (“Colour” Theme)
And so the stars, they die – yes, it is true that even the stars will die (Rating: PG, Genre: General, Genre: introspection). Even the stars die. It is just the way things are.
The night before the battle for Captaincy of the ship, Owett watched the stars. (Genre – Sci Fi, Genre – Action, Rating – 12) The stars shone brightly in the middle of the ocean. There was no light out here, not like in the burning cities which hugged the shoreline that Owett called home. When night time fell, … More Teacup Story – The Kayla Breeze