21st Jan 2013
22nd Jan 2013
A stallion faces his final hours without regret, looking into the face of royalty without balking. Our leaders are meant to use their power to show us the way to a better future, but what is one to do when that power is held without merit?
Speak out, or suffer in silence?
An artist thinks on the world of artistic development, and quickly devolves into something else.
A single voice, though, works to shatter the world of our humble artist.
Yes, this does reflect a bit of my thoughts on the community, but it was mostly done for a bit of fun.
Written in about an hour, so don't be a hater. Like all of my work: No editing. No prereading. Just write, and post.
Life is hard to deal with. Whether the problems are internal, or external, it's never easy. Finding a good outlet for your problems is a good way to reduce the stress of life, but when the outlet is another pony, with problems of her own, you may find your own problems taking an unwarranted backseat to theirs.
You've lived your life as innocently as you could for the past few years. Every so often you are forced to relive memories of things you did, and things you failed to do. For the past few months you've found solace in the form of a romantic pen-pal, and soon you'll finally get to meet her. Sadly, some secrets are harder to keep than others, and yours may doom more than just you...
Sequel to both I Would Give to You, and The Color of Apples.
As of 9/14/12 10:54 Eastern Time Approval rating is 98.889%
You spent quite a bit of your time back home honing your flying skills, but an accident grounds you. Without a place to stay any longer, you move in with your cousin, who gladly takes you in. However, you take note of a mare in town, and you begin to wonder if there could be more to life than flying...
Sequel to The Color of Apples. Reading The Color of Apples isn't really necessary, but I do recommend it, as some events may not make sense without the context.
As of 9/14/12 10:53 Eastern time Approval rating is 97.6804%