Darkmark Posted October 10, 2005 Share Posted October 10, 2005 I thought I'd just share this with anyone interested. It's basically a creation I've finished off for this week's creative writing module (EN600, to be handed in on Thursday). It's not been looked at by anyone else other than myself at present, but is basically to get the professor to know what we're each capable of. Since I haven't shared anything here yet I thought I'd just post it for anyone interested and erhaps to encourage others to post stuff. For all Star Wars fans, be aware, this ISN'T Star Wars related, this is just a piece of writing I constructed over the course of about 3 days. I know the sub-forum is Star Wars fiction, but I thought this was a better place to put this than the bar. I hope those who read it enjoy it, even though I doubt many of you will understand it fully. If you feel like giving feedback feel free. It always helps, even if it's entirely negative it's better than nothing. Oh, and if you're still doing those 'Stellar awards' Stellar Magic, you might as well put this up as an entry under short story below 5000 words. That is if you're still doing them.=============================================== I suppose it would be naive of me to believe that everyone experiences the same feelings with situation repeating itself over and over like a hereditary gene, but even under the knowledge that weâ€™re all individual the fact still remains, we all feel, and it canâ€™t be all that different. Iâ€™m sure we all could have been in each otherâ€™s shoes, living out each otherâ€™s lives in an identical, repeating, probabilistic equation, with the same feelings and emotions as each other. You would expect with this in mind, that you should potentially be able to understand every single of godâ€™s creations, since if youâ€™d have found yourself in their role with the same experiences, youâ€™d do exactly the same atrocities. The only thing that would perhaps be a foul element to this belief is genetics. But itâ€™s been philosophised so many times whether an individual can be born evil that to delve in deep is nothing but foolhardy. In such a situation there is every reason to expect to find yourself in a situation where you stand on the brink, with a chasm before you and salvation behind you. What you donâ€™t expect is to greet that situation literally. Itâ€™s now that I should recount my means of getting here, but to be honest thatâ€™s a route Iâ€™d never really wish to venture. It serves a purpose to me, but even now Iâ€™m beginning to forget it. Thatâ€™s what ultimately happens to all memories, they fade. I guess thatâ€™s what happened to my brother. I take a step back from the precipice and turn to face him. â€œIâ€™m here. Iâ€™m surprised you would want to see me after what happened.â€ "And the moral of the story is: Appreciate what you've got, because basically; I'm fantastic." ~ Holly, Red Dwarfhttp://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y143/Lord_Darkmark/Forcedbanner01.jpghttp://www.starwarsforced.co.uk Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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