• FYRGEBRÆC

    fyrgebræc; distinct, sharp crackling or breaking sound made by a fire

  • ‘Tis afterwords that everything is understood.

    ‘Tis afterwords that everything is understood. Old Irish Saying It’s hard to look up to the sky and trust in the faith that everything happens for a reason. When things skip a beat or turn around, it leaves trails of…

  • Eventide

    Noun: the end of the day, evening (old English) The sun dipped behind the trees that stood jagged and tall around the crumbing path of dirt and rock. A light wind rustled between leaves and pinecones dangling from branches above.…

  • Where It All Went Wrong | 19

    Wesley was just inside the door and raised an eyebrow as Lucy and Sullivan walked in. He saw the quick drop of Sully’s arm and resisted a wink as his gaze met Lucy’s. He welcomed the duo before taking a…

  • Where It All Went Wrong | 18

    “Where are we going?” The bedroom light had turned on just as Lucy had turned it off. She hadn’t even made it to her bed. Her eyes locked with Sullivan’s and after a moment he jerked his head towards the…

  • Nightmares

    Every so often a dream catcher must be “emptied” of the nightmares it has caught.   “Sir, he found her.” A wiry woman walked into the room with windblown hair and wide eyes. “He found her,” she repeated. Kate Young…