E. E. Nalley

The Good Sith Triumphant


A Tale of the Star Wars
The Good Sith Triumphant
by
E. E. Nalley

3642 BBY (Before the Battle of Yavin)
Balmorra The Colonies Area of the Galaxy

As retreats go, ours was in very good order.

The Sith Civil War

The Sith Civil War
A Tale of the Star Wars

By
E. E. Nalley

If I were to sum my life down to a single word, I would be hard pressed to pick anything other than ironic. I remember things I did not do, and remember other things that most would call me insane in claiming. Yet the fact remains that I am something I wasn't, nor could be and how I came to be who and what I am is a tale already told. Which, should you be reading this, you have doubtlessly read already.

The Boys of Summer

A Whateley Academy Adventure
The Boys of Summer
by E. E. Nalley

Part Two

I'm supergirl, And I'm here
To save the world
And I wanna know
Who's gonna save me?
I'm supergirl, And I'm here to
Save the world
And I wanna know
Why I feel so alone

Krystal Harris, Supergirl

June 9th, 2007
Holbrook Arena, Whateley Academy

"You are going to be tested," Dr. Hartford warned her.

Game Time: A Tale of the Star Wars

Game Time

A Tale Of The Star Wars

by

E. E. Nalley

It had been heralded as the latest thing.

Normally I'm not what you call an early adapter. I'd rather wait till the bugs are out of something before I start putting my eggs in that particular basket. Yes I did swear I'd never leave Windows For Workgroups, why should I? It was a great OS! Still XP seemed to finally have ironed out all the 'hidden features' of Windows 9X and just as things are starting to get good and stable I get Vista-ed.

Riddle of Sappho - Canto VI

A Whateley Academy Adventure


The Riddle of Sappho

by EE Nalley & ElrodW


Canto VI



Come to me once more, and abate my torment;
Take the bitter care from my mind, and give me
All I long for; Lady, in all my battles
Fight as my comrade.


Hymn to Aphrodite, Sappho

Wednesday, May 9th, 2007 - Evening
Tunnels, Whateley Academy

The Riddle of Sappho - Canto V

A Whateley Academy Adventure


The Riddle of Sappho

by EE Nalley & ElrodW


Canto V



Now she runs away, but she'll soon pursue you;
Gifts she now rejects--soon enough she'll give them;
Now she doesn't love you, but soon her heart will
Burn, though unwilling.

Hymn to Aphrodite, Sappho

The Riddle of Sappho - Canto IV

A Whateley Academy Adventure


The Riddle of Sappho

by E.E. Nalley & ElrodW


Canto IV



To my side: "And whom should Persuasion summon
Here, to soothe the sting of your passion this time?
Who is now abusing you, Sappho? Who is
Treating you cruelly?

Hymn to Aphrodite,
Sappho


Monday, May 7, 2007 - Early Morning
Poe Cottage, Whateley Academy

The Riddle of Sappho - Canto III

A Whateley Academy Adventure


The Riddle of Sappho

by E. E. Nalley and ElrodW


Canto III



Deathless face alight with your smile, you asked me
What I suffered, who was my cause of anguish,
What would ease the pain of my frantic mind, and
Why had I called you

Hymn to Aphrodite,
Sappho

The Riddle of Sappho - Canto II

A Whateley Academy Adventure


The Riddle of Sappho

by EE Nalley & ElrodW


Canto II



Skimming down the paths of the sky's bright ether
On they brought you over the earth's black bosom,
Swiftly--then you stood with a sudden brilliance,
Goddess, before me;
Hymn to Aphrodite,
Sappho

Kayda 5 - The Riddle of Sappho - Prologue and Canto I

A Whateley Academy Adventure


The Riddle of Sappho

by EE Nalley & ElrodW


Prologue and Canto I



Iridescent-throned Aphrodite, deathless
Child of Zeus, wile-weaver, I now implore you,
on't--I beg you, Lady--with pains and torments
Crush down my spirit,


Hymn to Aphrodite, Sappho

As Beauty Does

A Whateley Academy Vignette
As Beauty Does
by E. E. Nalley

If you've got no place to go, if you're feeling down
If you're all alone when the pretty birds have flown
Honey I'm still free
Take a chance on me
Gonna do my very best and it ain't no lie
If you put me to the test, if you let me try
ABBA Take a chance on me

Whom God Destroys Part One

Whom God Destroys

An Erinyes Adventure

 

By E. E. Nalley

 

He said: "Thou petty people, let me pass.
     What canst thou do but bow to me and kneel?"
But sudden a dry land caught fire like grass,
     And answer hurtled but from shell and steel.

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