Now games and wagers are the life / Of sailors, pirates, fisher′s wives; / But do beware the yellow eyes, / Don′t bet to serve, your soul, your life / Always beware the yellow eyes. (2701 Words)
Let me tell you about the machine behind the world. (836 Words)
Many songs are sung up in the north, and these are the ones every child knows because their parents sing these to them when they are still in their crib.
An old Scottish nursery thyme about the Angel Saxons. (65 Words)
A short story about the little girl Lyn, who lives with her uncle, an HJT ferry (a magus that protects ships), his apprentice Makani, and the mysterious Lady Wisp in a lighthouse hut on the island of Rastrowel. The first HJT Ferry Tale. ~ 5325 Words