An Apsaalooke's Tale

      Bryson Strupp
An Apsaalooke's Tale

The tales of a people etched like golden sand on the walls of a cave, forgotten to many, but not to all. The sweet aura of serendipity pervades the air in the cavern. Brazen, but not forgotten the tales live on. Among them, the Tale of the Apsaalooke.Have you ever wanted to express the emotional highs and lows of romantic love but didn't have the words to say? Well look no more, 'Reflections from a Wounded Heart' is a romantic collaboration of sensual poetry written from a male and female perspective and covers the spectrum of love's ups and downs. Take a look inside and feel the passion and pain of love. Authors : alisajs and T. Owen Stark
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    The Brothers Tuerl & The Staffs of Zeus

      Bryson Strupp
The Brothers Tuerl & The Staffs of Zeus

Thousands of years ago four brothers were born to the demi-god Perseus. A prophecy recovered from the ruins at Delphi bears the last remaining inscription of their existence: Water-Alecto, Earth-Xenophon, Wind-Idus, and Fire-Irgen. One final word was scratched and worn, almost to the point of oblivion, and it answers what happens when demi-gods rise up against the gods-Chaos!Thousands of years ago four brothers were born to the demi-god Perseus. A prophecy recovered from the ruins at Delphi bears the last remaining inscription of their existence: Water-Alecto, Earth-Xenophon, Wind-Idus, and Fire-Irgen. One final word was scratched and worn, almost to the point of oblivion. It answered the question-what happens when Earth, Wind, Water, and Fire rise up against the gods? What happens when demi-gods gain the power of the gods? And what happens now that the fate of the world is to be decided by two young brothers? The answer-Chaos.
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    Fly Fishin' - A Short Story

      Bryson Strupp
Fly Fishin' - A Short Story

This is a tale for those who have felt the silent whiz of a fly pole as the line thwaps gently against the water. It's a tale for those who have ever wondered how their happiness can coexist with a world obsessed with production. It's a tale of the brilliant resilience of the human heart and the sublimity of nature. It's a tale for you.A hundred days ago I set myself to a task of writing a single poem once a day and this is the result. A hundred short poems of varying length in the amount of lines and width in the number of words. There is no overall theme to this collection as each poem was written separately from the latter. Thus you can feel free to read them in whichever order you wish, and it should not affect the over all experience.But I suppose you are still curious of what you are about to leap into. Thus a brief summary of the poems would be; depression, love, popular culture, politics and regret.My personal favourite is the one called "Fishfingers" that also happens to be the shortest by my estimate. So go ahead and read.
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