The Black Wolf
My ideas are the only thing that I have, the only thing that exist within my mind, the only thing that will inspire me to take action. I allow myself the freedom to define reality and to define myself as a person. I readily pursue distal possibilities simply because I know them to exist. I am a dreamer limited by my own capabilities and bound by circumstance, yet I choose to boldly challenge reality.
I was once told that wolves howl to the moon, as if longing to touch its glowing surface, longing for what could never be. Their calls fill the night yet the moon never heeds their desperate pleads. Despite this fact, their howls never cease, their voices forever resonating amongst the trees.
At times I feel like my actions may be as meaningless as the mournful cry of a wolf, that my dreams are simply unachievable. At times I fear my ideas will be forever hidden away, lost within the gloom of the shadows. At times I feel like a black wolf, hidden away from sight, my voice lost to everyone’s ears.
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The Paradoxical Nature of Knowledge
By Ashley Douglass
Published: January 18, 2014.
In a new technological age when thought alone is sufficient to command a wide range of commonplace devices, a mysterious girl capable of decrypting and reprogramming many critical computer systems emerges, threatening the safety of nearly everyone she crosses.
The Residue of Ancient Magic
(3.00 from 2 reviews)
By Ashley Douglass
Published: November 5, 2013.
A war has been waged against powerful beings with unnatural powers, who are being hunted down for posing a danger to the general public though they have risen up against the King, fueling a seemingly endless struggle that has lasted for generations. The war begins to favor them after a young girl is thrust in the thick of battle when she discovers that she too is magically gifted.
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