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Uncovering the Mysteries of the Ides of March and Tengu no Kakuremino: Insights into Tragedy, Mythology, and Human Nature.
After a 24-Hour Marathon watching The Nightmare Before Christmas, Eating Oreos, and, Reflecting on Mythology… I Write a Children’s Fable.comparative literature, creativewriting, digital communities, English, fable, fairytale, fan studies, film, film review, film studies, flash fiction, folklore, folkloresque, folklorist, horror, inspiration, interactive fiction, literary fiction, literature, Poem, poet, Poetry, Popular Culture Studies, Story time, storytelling, stream-of-consciousness, the writers life, writing
In the land of shadows and mist, where the moon cast eerie light and laughter echoed in the night, there lived a curious creature, with a face as white as snow and hair as black as coal. Their name was Pan
Monday Mythic Storytime: The Fox and the Found
Ah, you wish to hear a tale of the wily fox, do you? A creature of cunning and guile, who outwits all those who dare to cross its path? Very well, I shall tell it to you. There was once a group of travelers who found themselves lost in the dense, dark forest on a…