It occured to me that at some point, people would come to me telling me their troubles. I’d be comforting people. I’d be reassuring people. I’d listen to people. I don’t quite know how it happened. Maybe, I have a strong aura surrounding me? If that’s a thing, ha! It intrigues me. Do people see me as a healer? Someone who they can trust? Someone … Continue reading The “Strong One”
To get the place you want to be, you must walk over the thorns. Laying someone to rest is never an easy thing. Letting go is even harder. Continue reading Carry On
I drew this quite a while ago when I first started using Krita. I wanted to experiment with the app and used it as an opportunity to get to grips with the tools and software. Continue reading Face Profile
The red string that bounds us together, The touch sends shivers down the spine, Nobody said it would be so painful, Was life always meant to be so hard? A fate in which we are broken. The sound of those cherished words speak, The red string leads us back to home, Healing requires patience, A strength we must find or create, A fate in … Continue reading Healing
A spark can mean anything. A spark can make you have a revelation. A spark can bring up sad memories. A spark can be the feeling of happiness. Have you had any sparks recently? Continue reading Spark
The manor stood atop a hill. Standing 4 stories high it loomed over the nearby village. One road only led up and into the estate. No more were needed. The Manor rarely had guests. The owner, Maggie Black, had no children. The woman was only 40 years of age. Widowed after her husband died of illness. The stone encasement had gone black with age. Leaving … Continue reading The house of Maggie Black.
An original story by JSM.SLATER. The Bird That Left I sat on my window seat, drawing in my sketch pad, watching the sun touch the forest outside. What I was drawing I didn’t know. She got up from her chair to leave. I looked up. Watching her steps. As she reached the door, she turned and smiled at me. I smiled back, though, behind … Continue reading The Bird That Left