Mist rolled over the hills with the slipping sun, and in the dusty light of the evening, Michael took to his age old rocking chair on the back patio, and smoked his pipe. It's smoke bellowed and disappeared, one with the mist down the hill. He lived alone these days, as he had always done... Continue Reading →
Under the emerald sky these eyes roam lavish dreams spread wings the beams that light life under passionate fires once more it seems to ignite.
Meander through the mazes through the ages the symphony of life carries on. From mother to child, the wisdom ferries on. To have and to hold, to live till age gold, while tomorrow is never sold, never told. Meander through the ages old. Never the one story told.
May I tell you a tale tonight? A tale that may not be worthy? May I tell you a tale tonight, so tomorrow you remember me? Through the light of the fire, and grit of sand below, sweeping ocean teasing at your feet, trying to reach a higher shore. Let me tell you a tale... Continue Reading →
The following little sniper is a story that will most likely be a short moving forward of a quirky idea that popped in my mind. Hope you enjoy, and excuse any typos you may find. I haven't edited (or rather, it's hard to edit while writing on the phone.) June, 2155, Winter Sera pushed aside... Continue Reading →
We are all writers aren't we, here in this blogosphere? How many Of you have found yourself lost in your own works? It doesn't happen very often to us does it? I mean, since we already know the whole story and the whodunnits, self-reading of our works in merely for technical purposes. To make sure... Continue Reading →
You might think me odd for referring to loglining as a journey After all, loglines are the shortest thing a scriptwriter can write, except perhaps the title. For those of you who are going huh? A logline is that enticing summary that wraps up the theme or message of a film, or the hero's journey... Continue Reading →
Writing my next feature film, and telling myself it has to be my best work so far.