...After several minutes had passed under stress and thoughts of grim death, the man dares finally ask, "Who--Who are you...??" The Deceiver responds in a haughty and soothing tone after a poised chuckle, "You know who I am, Adam. You brought me here, to this... place you chose."
"When truth has no burning, then it is philosophy, when it gets burning from the heart, it becomes poetry." ~ Muhammad Iqbal; British-Indian philosopher, poet, academic, politician, barrister and scholar. Fire and Ice, Love And Fear Godly ripples in the ether of mind, Rich essence of me without bind. Monsters and ghouls as rulers behest,… Continue reading Fire and Ice…
The darkness came and I saw another light, Far into the distance I saw you, Then you floated to me, an angel so bright...
Oh mamma!-- The air around me turned cold and heavy! Everywhere I looked was pitch black! My mind started playing tricks on me. I felt a swift touch on my shoulder-- “Mr. Hernandez, did you touch me?! I--I'm not gay, dude."
Remember that you can pick between the two crisis to make tension fit in your story and genre; this reasonable and wise choice will make your story stand out and create reality, even if it is a fantastical story--i.e., reality is about how well the details and the carrying out of the story is evoked in the mind of the viewer.
Hellish sounds and ghoulish voices tormented him that night of profound fate, Without his freedom for several days and nights the suffering was great; But, suddenly, there was a light which exploded and conquered darkness! WOW!-- It was a beautiful sword, its glint, its power, its sharpness!
"SURPRISE!!" Peter and Kate yelled. Princess was a small dog, too. Immediately, they got along perfect, sniffed each other's butts and played like soulmates. In a way, they were falling in love.
He saw her amongst the crowd with a smile, Then lit up, went to her with no guile; So they found each other, profound connection, Two souls merging with great affection.
A little explanation. Notice how Michael is depicted here; this is basically me, because I am also 35 years old now, love wearing black jackets, and Michael also has endured a tough and "hellish" life, just like me in my real life.
See, storytelling is the profound understanding of when tension is growing, remaining leveled, and when it is slackening; hence, if you are not keen or master of this process, chances are, you will not be very good at expressing yourself and connecting to people through the great art of storytelling, even though your intentions and wishes to connect may be heartfelt.