Tag: Tattoos

The Storyteller – A Flash Fiction Story

I’ve taken on Canadian author ’Nathan Burgoine’s monthly flash fiction challenge. The challenge for January was to write a story that was in the fairy tale genre, included the location of a prison and also included a tattoo machine as an object. All this…

Expecto Patronum – A Poem

My Dementor lives inside of me. Its actions don’t respond to pleading, or begging or cries of fear. I can see my Dementor inside my skin, running its fingers along my bones or pricking at my muscles. It tries to take my life from…

A Strong Reminder – A Poem

She looks at the mark upon my left wrist. “What’s that supposed to be?” She almost reaches out to touch it. I reach out and rub it with my the thumb of my right hand. “It’s the symbol for the Deathly Hallows.” She give…

The Lotus Tattoo – A Short Story

The tattoo on his wrist was itching again. It always started this way. Toby always marveled at how it changed, as if his skin were re-writing itself. After the itching came the light. Then a new tattoo would show itself. He had asked his…

The Deathly Hallows – The Story Behind My New Tattoo

Why a tattoo of the Deathly Hallows symbol? Well, people would assume it’s because I’m a fanboy. They would be right. I’ve loved the Harry Potter series since the first book came out in paperback (I was a little late to the bandwagon). I’ve…

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