Masks

Masks

Each mask hides another, Veil on tearstained veil. Each tattered page of my heart, Inked and stamped and sealed In the shadows of my mind.   I wrote myself a fantasy, Bound my heart in steel. The bleeding aches I turned to scars, My dreams to sweat and tears. I formed...
The Light of Shadows

The Light of Shadows

When I peered into the blush of dawn, I saw only dreams, But slowly my laughter faded, As in my mind I found the shadows left behind.   For in the misty light, I found nightmares lie awake. And so I wept Because The night was once edged in stars, Where each...
Shadow Heir

Shadow Heir

Josan clutched the doorframe, doubling over with a ragged cough. Smoke pricked his eyes with a hundred tiny daggers. He gagged, pressing his face into the crook of his arm.   Orange flickers laced the opposite side of the great hall, wreathing ornate tapestries...
How Should Christian Authors Depict Darkness?

How Should Christian Authors Depict Darkness?

Editor’s Note: This article is the second installment in our five-part series on how to portray tricky subjects in Christian fiction. To learn why we’re doing this series and how we’re approaching these topics, read our introductory post.   Light is a paradox....
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