B is for Benjo

Benjo: A riotous holiday, a noisy day in the streets. (see Bacchanalian: used of riotously drunken merrymaking.)       Carnavalesque feast, dancing around the bonfire, fireflies circling us. Bacchanalian indulgent tribal chanting, Beltane's envious. Spirits laugh nearby midnight hour chiming: masks off! Are you here with me?   I hope you are enjoying these … Continue reading B is for Benjo

A is for Absinthe

  Absinthe: anise-flavoured green spirit derived from botanicals, including the flowers and leaves of Artemisia absinthium ("grand wormwood"), together with green anise, sweet fennel, and other medicinal and culinary herbs. Considered as an addictive psychoactive drug and hallucinogen.     I, the devotee; you, bewitching elixir that kept me blissful.   Drinking thirstily from your … Continue reading A is for Absinthe

N is for Nightwing, S is for Strassemusikanter, and V is for Vaini-Choco

    ightwing is a story as old as the time itself. Everyone in Aroura has heard about the legend:  there was once a witch that could ride on the wings of the night, she would put a spell on the good people, and horrible monsters were born on them, for her heart was bitter. … Continue reading N is for Nightwing, S is for Strassemusikanter, and V is for Vaini-Choco

P is for Passion: Tig´Oume and Gizma

    etit news: on April 16th hubby and I were celebrating our 19th anniversary. An entire lifetime together! And I couldn´t let this special occasion go unnoticed. Part of this story was meant to be a story written for us: Gizma and Tig´Oume. A bit the Romeo and Juliet trope, they weren´t meant to … Continue reading P is for Passion: Tig´Oume and Gizma

H is for Half-breeds, K is for the Kind Ones, and R a not so peaceful Religion

  Harpy: a foul malign creature in Greek mythology that is part woman and part bird “Excerpt from the Holy Book of the Abess of the Holy Mercy…”   arpy Nightwing was a very gifted woman who soon discovered that cross breeding some species they would get birth to stronger beings. Many more follow their … Continue reading H is for Half-breeds, K is for the Kind Ones, and R a not so peaceful Religion

F is for Furreeball and G is for Gizma

  urreeball, a tiny albino kitty, and Gizma, a furry himalayan kitty, met each other at the orphanage they were living, and from the first moment, they knew they were soul sisters. Their lives had been quite different at their early childhood, having Furreeball mistreated since a baby, she was underdeveloped and lacked a lot … Continue reading F is for Furreeball and G is for Gizma

E is for Evil Overlords – and other clichés

Evil Overlord or Dark Lord: is often used to refer to a powerful villain or antagonist with evil henchmen. In particular, it is used as a moniker in fictional worlds where it is thought that pronouncing the villain's real name will bring bad luck or represents a bad omen. Such a villain usually seeks to … Continue reading E is for Evil Overlords – and other clichés

D is for Dystopia or Utopia?

Dystopia: An imagined state or society in which there is great suffering or injustice, typically one that is totalitarian or post-apocalyptic / condition of life is extremely bad, as from deprivation, oppression, or terror / society in which social or technological trends have culminated in a greatly diminished quality of life or degradation of values. … Continue reading D is for Dystopia or Utopia?

C is for Cyborgs

Cyborg: short for "cybernetic organism", is a being with both organic and biomechatronic body parts. Automatic control systems (such as the nervous system and brain and mechanical-electrical communication systems) It applies to an organism that has restored function or enhanced abilities due to the integration of some artificial component or technology. / While cyborgs are … Continue reading C is for Cyborgs