A Necessary Part of the Proceedings

“Sir Gilbert, on trial for treachery and desertion,” one of his guards announced as they marched him into the bright throne room. He squinted up at the Queen, who stared haughtily back at him, clearly annoyed at the distraction from her leisure activities. “Off with his head,” she said emotionlessly, stifling a yawn. Gilbert’s jaw … Continue reading A Necessary Part of the Proceedings

Anti-hero

mirrors and mist reflect and obscure echoed trust twisted, yet pure . shadow and flame vaguely reveal who to blame, assuming it's real . villian or hero scoundrel yet noble misunderstood deeds undermine reason and rhyme . lift the flame to the mirror dispel the shadows and mist examine what remains let the honest truth … Continue reading Anti-hero