The importance of the work of Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam rests for the most part in opening eyes, in shedding light where darkness resided. In a way, Erasmus continues to do this to the present day, indirectly, through a project of the European Union named in his honor.
Craving of birds of the dusk skies, Reverberates in form of sorrowful cries, Their brothers have fallen to the ground, Never to rise, they remain bound. Under the strong touch of a cold, pale hand, Which reaches for eons and miles, the spirits bend, At every whim of a malicious sneer, Doubts appear, then… Continue reading The Curse
In the dreadful conditions of a gloomy day, The door felt too heavy to be pushed open, Of relieving its efforts the rain gave no token, It was nearly impossible not to stay. The fog seized all that did not hide, The cold pierced that could still feel, And devoured it with unbearable chill,… Continue reading Yang
You are probably familiar with the feeling. An empty street, as the evening falls, the noise of cars humming in the background, an occasional gust of wind, perhaps the moan of a stray cat, the streetlamp flickers... The fear, irrational as it seems to you, starts to creep into your mind and you wish for… Continue reading Stalker (en)
The door gave away a sharp, scratching sound. A leaf was stuck beneath it. Mason leaned down and lifted the leaf. Such a small fragile thing had made such a loud noise. He crushed it between his fingers and let the flakes of it fall to the ground. He entered, leaving the door open. The… Continue reading In the darkness monster lurks
'Josh Clay's in town!' the message was passed from ear to ear. It spread like a disease, soon the whole town was infected. It was not twisted along the way, no "small alternations" were made to it. It was not possible. The message was too well rooted in the minds of the town's citizens and… Continue reading Josh Clay