Spooktober: The Siren – A Poem By Lumi

[Repost again, only this time I did a lot of rewriting to make the poem flow better] Hi, I suddenly felt creative today, and made a poem. After reading so much depressing manga over the last few months,I wanted to try my hand at creative writing again after being away from it for so long. A major influence on this was March Comes In Like … Continue reading Spooktober: The Siren – A Poem By Lumi

Mort by Terry Pratchet – The Sillier Side Of Death (And The Not-So-Silly Parts Too)

Trying something new this year by extending my reach past just anime, and into another old flame of mine: reading books! Discworld is one of those series that you hear every fantasy author point at as their inspiration,specifically fantasies with a focus on world-building and endless amounts of snark. I’ve never personally read it as a child because it was way too “British” for me. … Continue reading Mort by Terry Pratchet – The Sillier Side Of Death (And The Not-So-Silly Parts Too)

Haiku Horror (feat. thespookyredhead and Curiously Dead Cat)

Back on track this week,

For a Spooktober collab

With Redhead and Cat! Continue reading Haiku Horror (feat. thespookyredhead and Curiously Dead Cat)

Friday Funsies: The T.A.P. Tag! – Introducing Haiku’s Poetic Cousin

For those wondering, the T.A.P. in my title stands for Tanka Anime Poetry! Curiously Dead Cat’s blog has a rather fun little thing they do for first impressions, and it’s making it a haiku. I got a light bulb from that and dm’ed him about it. However, as we talked, I thought about how short haikus are, and how hard it was to talk about … Continue reading Friday Funsies: The T.A.P. Tag! – Introducing Haiku’s Poetic Cousin