Stories I'll never finish

Like the title says, this is the stories I'll never finish. I often have great inspiration, yet I never manage to write more than a few pages or so before a new idea jumps to my mind. So I wanted to share them all; why I don't know.

Mature content and grammar fails might follow.

So here we go, my many stories, I'll never finish.


2. Arvel; The God-sent

Why had the Gods placed him in such a place.

The dessert seemed endless and he were unsure of what way to walk, hoping Lourve would show him way to his goal. Or at least the nearest rest place. All he could do now were to walk.

His hair were long and black, just as well as his beard, it looked so clean and pure in the dirt of the sand. He were a newborn, though he had been watching the mortals from above for years. Learning their languages to fluent, watched them pray to different Gods, watching their movement and evolution. When the Gods decided he were ready, they gave his soul a vessel and placed him on earth to spread his knowledge and purify evil. Help humanity survive.

His robe were white and it too clearly had never been used. He were shining like the immortal he were.

He had walked for days, as nights passed by. And still no other life sign anywhere.

“God's you can't expect me to walk forever! I know I were sent here on my own, not to be helped by you. But I can still starve, I can still die. Will you spend me uselessly on walking the sands?” He yelled at the sky, and just shortly after, in the horizon, a horse came running towards him.

He quickly saw that it had no intention on stopping. He had seen others handle this kind of situation, though they normally were more than one and bigger built. He spread his arms and began to yell primitive sounds at the horse, it didn't speed down it just stopped and stood on it's back legs in protest.

“Whoa! Easy now!” Arvel said and petted it, gently.

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