Posts Tagged ‘Heleriin’
Heleriin Hein 16 Dec 2011
The bright red flame peered into the narrow pearl green grassland which opened the landscape to a beaming warm sunlight. The drizzle-filled air created a wet blanket of moisture that covered the muggy land.
Heleriin Hein, 2 October 2011
The landscape was covered with a sheet of white. Snowflakes danced and swayed themselves to the ground covering everything an eye could see. The night was cold and dead. Thick blankets of ice lay on the roads shimmering under the light of the moon. The forest was a dark and fighting sight at night. Spider webs and creepy crawlies were guarding at every entrance.
Heleriin Hein, 11th Feb, 2011
The light creeped up the remains of a staircase and revealed a wide-eyed, voiceless young girl. The room looked like it had been abandoned for centuries and was filled with old-fashioned furniture.