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Joined May 2009.

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This user is no longer a Ficly member. All that remains of their time on the site are stories they wrote that had prequels or sequels, challenges they created that had entires, and notes they sent to other users.

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  1. What is Pain?

    Now that we have established the basis upon which depression is built, lets go a little more in depth. Pain is the starting point of depression. Actually, let me reword that: Pain can be the starting point of depression. What you do with the pain is up...

  2. What is Depression?

    If we are to go about defeating depression, we must understand just what it is. Really, it’s quite simple when you get to the roots of it. Depression is composed of two basic things: pain and anger. Are these the only things that make up depressi...

  3. A Guide on How to Defeat Depression: Preface

    For some time now, it has been a goal of mine to write a guide on how to avoid the black void of depression. Why, you ask? Because, I know the detrimental effects of depression. It can make someone completely unrecognizable to themselves and other peop...

  4. From Yesterday

    I am sitting in my special place. I’m sitting on a large, mossy rock in the middle of a clearing in the woods. There is a small stream rushing peacefully below me. The trickle of water calms my torrent of thoughts. I take a deep breath which pai...

  5. The Organic City

    How majestic the city was! The buildings were not like the ones in his village, but they were like trees themselves. It was as if the entire city itself was alive, growing intertwined with the large Oak. In a state of astonishment, he descended into th...

  6. Into the Light

    Zarek ran faster and faster as the light grew nearer, and he felt that every second he wasn’t in the light was a chance that he could be taken by the threatening, sinister darkness of the forest. He ignored the burning pain in his legs and his lu...

  7. Dread of the Forest

    Zarek felt it all around him, as if every tree were alive, waiting for him to do something. He traveled on through the forest with the lingering feeling that he was being watched, even stalked; and sometimes he would hear noises behind him, but when he...

  8. Into the Forest, Again

    They remained lip-locked for what seemed like hours, until the woman suddenly pulled away. There was something in her eyes, almost like fear. She looked at the boy as if she were trying desperately to communicate something to him. But as she realized t...

  9. A clearing in the Forest (Mature)

  10. Into the Forest

    As Zarek stood on the edge of this massive wall of trees, he felt a sort of darkness creep about him.. a strange force seemed to draw his mind into the deepths of the dark void within the trees… This is it… The Forest… He stood as tho...

  11. Nature's Wonder

    Zarek sat peacefully in the grass, watching the dark clouds as they devoured the blue sky above him. Rain and more thunder soon followed, but he still sat where he was, listening to the sounds of nature. Behind the rumbling thunder and the unrelenting ...

  12. A Storm is Coming

    “Zarek, why don’t you talk??? Stop being so quiet!” Fritz and Zarek were walking through the grassy hills which lay on the outskirts of Gammot. The two had been companions since infancy, and spent their summer days doing anything and ...

  13. Head in the Clouds

    For weeks, the soldier’s story buzzed around in Zarek’s head, the way a catchy song does after hearing it for the first time. He was eager to talk about it to someone, but there was no one to talk to. Everyone in Gammot would call him crazy...

  14. The Forest

    Zarek’s eyes were wide with interest while the soldier told his tale. It was like a rehearsed script, as if he’d told the story so many times that it was now second nature. The two sat around a warm fire. “Terrible things happen there...

  15. The Beginnning and The Boy

    In the small village of Gammot lived many well-to-do people. Like all other small villages, there was not much excitement to be talked of, no scary or fantastic tales to tell, and everyone had pretty much lived there for his or her entire life. Few for...