I'm immersing myself into the characters who are plotting to destroy the Intergalactic Republic in my novel. Here's a piece of getting-into-character poetry.
Call this getting-into-character poetry. This is something I wrote from the perspective of one of my characters in my sci-fi novel, a 29-year-old assassin with a chequered past.
Every day when I'm changing classes in between bells at school, poetry comes rushing to my mind. One verse poem.
I'm writing a sci-fi novel right now and I'm trying to understand my characters better by imagining I'm living their lives. Slowly they claim me. Another one verse poem.
Life gets tough but I've got a savior, so really, I'm fine. One verse poem.
The love of Christ.
Peace is found in Jesus Christ, nowhere else.
Dedicated to those who suffer from medical ailments---and just need to be seen for who they are, not what they are.
Life is like a cave, a labyrinth. But there's always one perfect way out that never fails.