For the last eight days I haven’t been writing as much as I should in regards to poetry and fiction, I hope that this following week will change. I should think about essays and real life less and fiction more; well I will try my best. I know you’re all hankering for the next pieces to my already shown short story snippets, well, I am unsure if I like either of them, but I’ll see what I will do over the next couple of weeks. I really should focus more on fantasy though and not sexual fantasy either that’s not what this site is supposed to be about.
Yes, OK, some forms of dark fantasy fiction can come under erotic horror and I do write that from time to time, but at the moment it seems to have become the dominating formula of this site and that’s not what I have intended.
In future I will write more about gargoyles and that sort of thing, which has been my intention since middle May and have I got around to it? No.
My friend Erin Cooper the artist is more on top of things than I am, she has already drawn a gargoyle for me to use on site, but I never got around to finishing the story I had planned for you all. I had planned to schedule it for the 10th of June, three weeks ago, I was sure I was going to finish it by then, I had saved drafts on here for it, but to no avail, it’s severely late and will take me at least another four days to finish if I start now. So that schedule has been cancelled and I’ve withdrawn the draft from this site and put it safe and snug on my PC desktop.
It’s such a lovely story too; I must get around to it.
MOVIES & MANIA
Godzilla vs. Gigan is a 1972 Japanese science-fiction Kaiju film produced by Toho.
Directed by Jun Fukuda with special effects by Teruyoshi Nakano, the film starred Hiroshi Ishikawa, Yuriko Hishimi and Minoru Takashima. The 12th film of the Godzilla series, this film featured the return of Godzilla’s greatest foe King Ghidorah.
Producer Tomoyuki Tanaka was displeased with the previous film, Godzilla vs Hedorah, and wanted to return the series to the more traditional route of well known monsters and an alien invasion plot. This was the last film in which Godzilla was portrayed by Haruo Nakajima who had played the character since the first film in 1954.
The film received a limited theatrical release in the United States in 1978 by Cinema Shares as Godzilla on Monster Island.
Giant insectoid aliens from a dying planet in “Space Hunter Nebula-M” plot to colonize the Earth. The aliens assume the forms of dead humans and work as the development staff of the peace-themed theme park, World Children’s Land, the centerpiece of which…
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Milk, creamy and thick
Sweet like honey
White like candlesticks
Good for the bones
Always in homes
Milk is the liquid of bovine loan
Sweet nectar from teats
One of our favorite treats
I try to remember to check my emails every day
But it never works out that way
I usually forget, sometimes for weeks at a time
But I am trying to get into the habit
I am trying to find time
I am getting better that is true
In reading my messages that come from you
But don’t be dismayed if my reply is delayed
As I am as forgetful as a big baboon