Hello everyone and welcome to Cryptix Monsters. Some of you have probably been wondering what this is all about–and it’s hard to blame you–I just started posting here on this website without any warning and sharing it to my other blog and social media without much of a explanation. So here’s the long and short […]An Overdue Introduction — Cryptix Monsters
She was fairly certain Zak was trustworthy. But just in case, she put Dual back in her staff. The Twin Tail Cryptix needed a chance to recover from the battle anyways. Though Cryptix auras recovered fairly quickly, it wasn’t insistent. The boy led her up a steep narrow path that was hidden in-between two large […]Eater of Time — Cryptix Monsters
Not to put to fine a point on it–but I’m having a lot of fun writing these stories. But I also know they are not getting as much traction as my poetry get’s. Now that doesn’t bother me that much as of right now, but I’m going to be looking into ways of expanding my reach in the future–I really do think it will be worth the effort.
In the meantime enjoy Cryptix Monsters.
When love first meets,
It's hopeful ambition,
Is replaced with greed.
Until your poisonous greed,
Replaces all the sap in your marrow.
You will stand upon this hill,
Watching the universe pass by.
For your perverse love,
Can make the silent sing,
And the powerful silent.
And we will not abide,
We will not abide such things,
Such things to go unpunished.
My next post from my other blog, Cryptix Monsters.
I’m still trying to figure out how much I should cross post between the two blogs. And if I should link that other blog to twitter and facebook. Everything is connected to my poetry right now. But I’m not sure how I feel about having to manage more social media accounts.
Well for now –enjoy!
Sylvy didn’t know what to say to Necrosis. He had every reason to hate her and everything she stood for. But he wanted to go with her. To be her Cryptix, and to help her, to fight alongside her. A Cryptix who Linked with a Wizard, or a Linker became emotionally bound to them. And while they could choose to separate, the process was painful for both of them. And there was another thing that concerned her.
“You’re an Elder Cryptix right?” she paused for a moment as if to wait for him to respond. But then she kept talking anyway. “I’m not powerful enough to Link with an Elder Cryptix.”
“If you really are the Philosopher Queen then there isn’t a Cryptix alive you can’t Link with.”
I am the queen, I am—I am. She told herself over and over again. As though her thoughts would make it more…
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Chapter 2 of the project I’m working on over on my other blog. Everything seems to be going smoothly so far with the writing of this. Especially considering that I made chapter 1 so long ago.
She hadn’t expected the monsters she released from the lab to be friendly. But she certainly hadn’t expected them to be as rude as they were either. The moment they were free they ran, or flew, or bounced around the lab in a panic. Eventually they all made their way into the strange tunnel that had formed on the opposite side of the lab. She had been so surprised by the sudden movement that she’d fallen over onto her butt and couldn’t seem to get up the courage to move until all of the freed Cryptix had disappeared down the tunnel.
“Well I never…” she said getting to her feet and brushing herself off. “You alright Dual?”
“Mreow,” the green cat was busy cleaning its green grassy body with its tongue. Apparently one of the rampaging Cryptix had put one or two patches of fur out of place.
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Hello everyone, I am finally doing the thing where I have a separate blog for my weird fiction. I call it Cryptix Monsters–and why should be clear after a few posts over there. Right now I only have the one story and it’s one I had posted over here some time ago–with a few edits of course. Have fun reading.
The world shook, and she was forced awake as she fell from her over-sized bed. Her pet twin tail was already awake and looking around with panicked scared eyes. Its blue and white fur stood on end and its cat-like ears laid flat on his head. It’s two long tails stuck straight up in the air.
She was still half asleep and couldn’t even focus enough to wonder what was going on. She grabbed at her bed in a blind panic, trying to climb back up as though the bed could protect her. She tried to call for help, but no sound came out of her mouth. Her pet twin tail jumped into her lap and opened its mouth as though it were hissing. But the sound didn’t form.
Cracks started to appear along the wall and her books and toys started to fly off the shelves. But the chaotic…
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This place I remember, Is decaying away, Brick by brick, It's energy dries. The people, The buildings, The age. Decrepit and weak. But places can not be killed, Only die, So for it's own death, It can only wait, And pray.
Strangers across the page,
Communicating through time and space.
This website the medium,
In which you read,
All my thoughts and fears,
As we walk through life,
You chose this path,
And never looked back,
Is something I’ll never understand.
To never ponder,
What could have been,
Seems like an inhumane thing.