The FieldRunning through a field,The Field by MortalKomic
leaping for my life.
Will it catch me,
must I face it's strife?
It's closing in now,
no place left to run.
I stand like a statue,
for I know I am done.
It passes through me,
like the wind in the sky.
I can't open my eyes,
I know I have died.
Greatness Never DiesTimber, shouted the men, when the great oak fell,Greatness Never Dies by MortalKomic
Timber, shouted the men, when he climbed atop,
Timber, shouted the men, when he said: "I am the champion of this here land!"
Timber, shouted the men, when the great man fell,
Timber, shouted the men, when he did not rise,
Timber, shouted the men, when he said: "I am the champion of this here ring!"
Timber, shouted the men, when the great bullet flew,
Timber, shouted the men, when it aimed up high,
Timber, shouted the men, when he said: "I have been bested, this is goodbye."
Timber, whispered the men, when he died,
Timber, whispered the men, when they cried,
Timber, whispered the men, when it said: "Here lies Timber, a great dear friend."
Driving Across the GlobeThe days last forever, the sun keeps on roasting us alive. The air conditioner can only do so much to stop the siege of fire that blasts us through the glass. We are on a long journey, through hundreds of miles of land, riding down South. We clamor to arrive due to cramped corners being our living spaces for days, with dreary, bored eyes looking abroad. Riding in and out of the states we keep on, flying by the lush and fertile rural lands. Quaint little towns which dot the countryside, isolated from the rest of the Earth. We pass large and gray towers of concrete and stone, glancing up at the marvels for only a second. Bridges that go on forever because of rivers and lakes which appear to encompass the world. Ominous and daunting mountains next to our speeding vehicle sit as they have for ages, with their ancient reds and browns plastered on their hides. Forests which usually look the same, turn different colors and sizes as we continue our journey. All these areas and places, thDriving Across the Globe by MortalKomic
The Adventure of Gerald Graver: Chapter 3Gerald's mind was racing to find a solution to their problem, and decided he needed to more information before deciding what to do. As he sheathed his bow to his back, and started to creep toward the entrance shudders as Guthrie loudly whispers “Stop!” After a long dead silence, and deciding that they weren't discovered, Gerald angrily whispers “Shush! You'll get us killed with that trap of yours.” Satisfied with her malevolent growling over her talking, he starts to crawl forward into the doorway.The Adventure of Gerald Graver: Chapter 3 by MortalKomic
Peeking inside, he sees the two Cambial's shadows in another room, both clearly occupied. He quickly hides behind a nearby cart, and slowly looks over it to get an idea for the area, and also to spot more people. The first thing he notices however, is the cart he has taken cover behind is full of food, supplies, and a sword or two. Gerald nearly shouted with excitement, until he realized that these supplies had owners, who were also nearby. Still, he was quite hungry