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Aurora Lee lives and works in beautiful Nova Scotia Canada, an area from which she’s able to draw so much inspiration. A self-labeled Geek Girl who loves learning, history and Star Wars; she’s also an avid traveler and photographer, in addition to being a writer of fiction.
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Found this in the archives… a little Star Wars Fanfic poetry! (Specifically, it was inspired by Anakin v. Obi-wan; Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith and was written during Poetry Month, April 2010. My heart pounds As you rush toward me, Weapon raised. We were friends, brothers; I loved you. Venom spews from your Mouth – [...]
Lay out the cookies, Pour a glass of milk. Straighten the stockings Warmed by the fire. Run up the stairs, Peek through the banister. Dive into bed and Pull the covers tight. Count sheep if needed to Fall asleep fast. Wait just a few more hours Until he arrives! Written back in 2010 [...]
6 August 1922 15 February 2001 78 and a half years 1001 months 28,662 days 687,888 hours 41,273,280 minutes 2,476,396,800 seconds A great depression A war or two or three or… 4 monarchs Man walks on the moon So much time So much seen So many mistakes So many triumphs So many stories But they’re [...]
I’ve tackled some interesting (for me, at least) challenges in the last couple of years – from experimenting (and falling in love with) 100 word drabbles to attempting the 50 000 word challenge that is NaNoWriMo when I’ve never written anything close to that before. This month, I tried something even further out of my comfort zone… [...]
The first time I told you, You laughed at me. The second time I told you, You didn’t believe. The third time I told you, You cried so hard. The fourth time I told you, You told me to stop. The fifth time I told you, You walked away. I’ll not tell you again. I [...]
from Jeremy-G on flickr Once upon a time, perched on a large granite rock, sat A young dragonfly who, when she did look at her friends, Saw they were crying and said “Don’t be sad my dear Friends, the Beast is all gone!” She is now free of the pain, Sadness, and she wanted her [...]
inspired by the presentation I attended tonight… and the hardest poem I’ve written for this challenge. I think it’s pretty bad actually! rhyming + iambic pentameter = WTF face. This was written for the Poem a Day challenge (topic: place) and posted in honour of #poettues on Twitter. Ode to Roxbury With walls and blankets [...]
Running. Tears fall like leaves. It’s my chance to escape; Just need to reach my ship before… It’s gone. I stop. My demons descend from above, They take advantage now. Leave me alone! Useless. This was written for Writer’s Digest’s Poem a Day challenge for April. Today, we were to write a poem based on [...]
You asked. You asked then You turned away. You couldn’t handle it. She was always so reserved. She never talked about herself. She hid behind her clothes. She couldn’t handle it. You told her “I love you”. She caved and told You everything in her past. She spoke of all of her bad behavior. She [...]
I came across this poem I wrote for a Creative Writing glass in high school. Most of my writing from “the early years” have been lost but at least this survives! He has courage. He has won many battles, but He won’t win the war. He has many friends as brave as He, watching as [...]