Posts Tagged: islands
In the early morning, when everyone on the airship was asleep, Julia opened the hatch that led to the bridge and got out. The air was freezing, the sun just dawning over the darkness of the land. Julia shivered
Julia was brought to a small, wooden cabin. It was warm inside and glass lamps were dangling from the low ceiling. A round porthole allowed Julia to look out towards the sky. From there she could see the Island
This is a starquilt, Kristen whispered. On the quilt, each stitch a star and all stitches a starry sky. Julia kept sleeping while Kristen laid the quit on her. Take it with you on your trip, it will measure
Before time. Islands absorb the attitude of their residents. Ilonoa, the quiet island, sees few people around in the morning, and never has a seaman been born in Vesper, the island of builders and makers.
December, 1350. Helobiae, the ever-changing city, is born out of the water on the first twelve islands. December, 1476. Helobiae now integrates one thousand and eighty islands.
Julia and Mark planned a board game to play around the city. Anything is part of the game, Mark said. Stone wells are volcanoes, doors are islands, trees are deserted islands, pavement stones are sea waves and anybody is