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2018 Holiday Poetry Sale

A silver lantern glazed with cobalt glass panes sends a flickering blue light over the snow...

Welcome to the 2018 Holiday Poetry Sale! From Monday, December 17 through Friday, December 21, my remaining fishbowl poems from 2018 are half price. So are poems from the Creative Jam and other activities. Especially check out the epics; they range from $15.50 to $363.50, so if you've been yearning for an epic of your very own, now's the time! For those of you with just a few dollars to spend, we're starting with five poems at $2.50 and nine at $5. We have three epics open, all in Polychrome Heroics, so I'd rather not open another unless one of those closes. Thumbnail descriptions of the individual poems appear in the first section which is listed by price.


Linkback Perk: Here are some open linkback poems:
"The Open Gyre"
"Growing Green, Growing Gold"
"Mysterious and Impermanent"
"Greater Than the Sum"
"Nascent Wisdom"
"A Lively Feast"
"Between the Normal and the Abnormal"
If you participate in the Holiday Poetry Sale, you can reveal a verse of any one; just remember to tell me what you did and which poem you wish to extend. Linking to this post from any venue counts. So does sponsoring a poem.

About characters and storylines: The storylines feature multiple characters, so if you want poems about ONE specific character, look closely. The thumbnail descriptions here give some indication who features in each poem. The storyline pages are adding precise, complete information about which characters appear in each poem. If you need more than what's already visible, you can ask me.

About timing: If you want maximum choice, shop early. Sometimes people who like a particular character or size of poem will stock up, and that kind may sell out.

Fair warning: Math is not my forte, and this event includes a lot of numbers. So don't be surprised if I scramble something. Just tell me, and I'll fix it as best I can.

Before placing your order, please check this sale page to see what is still unsold!
I will try to update the page as things sell, and it's likely to be the case that some poems will be marked SOLD before appearing in posts. People often buy things in batches, which means that selling gets ahead of posting. Also sometimes people ask for the same thing at the same time, so that not all overlaps are preventable. If you have alternate instructions in case you request something that has just sold, it is extremely helpful, so please include that in your message. Otherwise I'll have to send you an email or private message and ask what you want to do.

Quarter-price Sale: If you spend $100 or more in this sale, you can cut the SALE price in half, buying poems at quarter-price instead of half-price. So for instance, a poem originally $20 would be $10 in the half-price sale and $5 in the quarter-price version. Yes, we can afford that; there is a huge heap of poems here, and the quarter-price option is proving quite popular in the big sales. That size of donation also makes you a k-fan which comes with some other perks, like a year-end collection of a poetic series. If several folks want to bundle their orders to make the $100 threshold and have one person send it all, that's okay; you'll get the discount and I'll list all your names as donors, but you'll have to decide amongst you who gets the k-fan credit.

Pools: A poetry pool is an open call for cosponsors to fund a poem or set of poems. It takes a minimum donation of $100 to open a pool. That first sponsor gets to stipulate which poem(s) the pool will be funding. (You can discuss desired poems with other fans if you wish.) Other people may then chip in as they wish. To open a pool, make a comment about it under the sale post, but run the pool in your own blog, then send me the results. Advantages: You get the quarter-price rate and people really egg each other on for more donations. Disadvantages: Subsequent sponsors get less free choice than if you were choosing on your own. Matching is allowed: for example, a donor puts up $100 and will match up to another $100 from other people, so the total will range between $100-200. I am NOT going to try splitting everyone's donations across individual poems anymore, the math is a nightmare; I'm just going to credit pool poems to pool members collectively.

Holiday Gifts: If you want to buy a poem as a gift for someone, let me know; I can dedicate it to anyone you wish, with or without naming you as the giver. Both the giver and the recipient count as donors for the purpose of perks such as nonexclusive reprint rights. That means if you buy a poem for someone else, you can post it on your blog or website for them, or they can post it on theirs, in addition to it appearing here.




Shopping: Here is a PayPal button for your convenience, or you may contact me for other payment options. (I'm just offering prewritten poetry this time, not scrapbook pages this late in the season.) Please specify which poem(s) you want and the SALE price.







POEMS BY SEQUENCE
Some of the poems are in sequence of related action, so in places there are prerequisites before a poem can be published. They can be sponsored at any time, just might have to wait for publication until something else gets posted first. Those are marked accordingly. I have also listed those poems in their sequential sets.

Poems that unlock sequels: "Only the Finest," "The Compass That Guides Us," "The Scars on the Mind," "The Worst Word in the Dictionary," "The Tree of Damocles" (in microfunding now), "The Deepest Heartache," "In The Warm Circle of Friends," "Holiday in Handcuffs," "In the Light of Creative Altruism," "Whatever You Do to the Animals" "The Test of Freedom," "The Child Who Survived"
Note that after "The Tree of Damocles," "The Deepest Heartache," and "In The Warm Circle of Friends" have been sponsored and posted, that will unlock the story "The Point of a Sword" by Dreamwidth user Siliconshaman.
Note that after "The Test of Freedom," "The Child Who Survived," and "The Heart of Creativity" have been sponsored and posted, they will unlock a story by Dreamwidth user Dialecticdreamer.

Poems that have prerequisites: "That Ability to Comfort," "A Different Vision of Life," "The Worst Word in the Dictionary," "The So-Called Truths," "The Deepest Heartache," "In the Warm Circle of Family and Friends," "Holiday in Handcuffs," "Whatever You Seek," "Becoming, Evolving, Ascending," "Reaching Out to Rescue One Another," "The Child Who Survived," "The Heart of Creativity"


FOR SALE
75 poems, $10,065 ÷ 2 = $5032.50
prices from $2.50 to $363.50


POEMS BY STORYLINE

POLYCHROME HEROICS

AQUARIANA (1 poem, was $603, sale price $302.50)

"The Hottest Blood of All"
Your prompt about grief inspired the free-verse poem "The Hottest Blood of All." A boating collision in the Maldives leads to some major life changes for our whales. This is hardcore hurt/comfort, but it has some hopeful aspects.
1206 lines, was $603, sale price $301.50


BERETTAFLIES (2 poems, was $135, sale price $67.50)

"None of It's for You"
This poem belongs to the Berettaflies thread of the Polychrome Heroics series.  It happens in Week 9, Day 5 and comes after the stories "Milk Bottles and Newspapers" and "Calling the Maid" by Dialecticdreamer.
After getting fired as a medical transport driver, Dempsey LaTour becomes a bicycle pizza delivery boy.  It doesn't go a great deal better.
230 lines, was $115, sale price $57.50

"The Girl Who Loved Bugs"
A backchannel prompt from Siliconshaman inspired the free-verse poem "The Girl Who Loved Bugs." Saffi Lyn Ancey has always liked bugs, and after the berettaflies appear, it turns into a passion. But not everyone approves.
60 lines, was $20, sale price $10 SOLD to Fuzzyred


THE BIG ONE (5 poems, was $864, sale price $432)

"A World Built from the Bottom Up"
A hippie prompt contributed to the free-verse poem "A World Built from the Bottom Up." Bellychord witnesses her intentional community torn apart by an earthquake, then starts to pick up the pieces.
288 lines, was $144, sale price $72

"No Es Problema"
This inspired the free-verse poem "No Es Problema." A group of people in Los Angeles evacuate to a shelter in the hills above the city, coping with various challenges along the way.
274 lines, was $137, sale price $68.50

"Only the Finest"
This inspired the free-verse poem "Only the Finest." Skink and Rizal respond to the casualties pouring into Las Vegas, Nevada from southern California after the earthquakes.
307 lines, was $154, sale price $77 SOLD to pool with Ng_moonmoth

"At the Subtlest Levels of Function"
This inspired the free-verse poem "At the Subtlest Levels of Function." After the earthquake on the West Coast of America, Dr. Infanta takes care of the casualties teleported to the Maldives.
467 lines, was $234, sale price $117 SOLD to pool with Ng_moonmoth

"That Ability to Comfort"
This inspired the free-verse poem "That Ability to Comfort." Skink deals with the aftermath of his overzealous healing efforts.
390 words, was $195, sale price $97.50
Available for posting after "Only the Finest" has been sponsored and published.


DAMASK (1 poem, was $76, sale price $38)

"Like a Road Through Mountains"
This contributed to the free-verse poem "Like a Road Through Mountains." Damask talk about their experiences in sex and romance.
152 lines, was $76, sale price $38 SOLD to Fuzzyred


DANSO AND FAMILY (1 poem, was $59, sale price $29.50)

"More Than Blood"
Your Danso prompt inspired the poem "More Than Blood." Danso and his siblings become an official family, with acknowledgement of various other ties.
118 lines, was $59, sale price $29.50 SOLD to Fuzzyred


IRON HORSES (3 poems, was $551, sale price $275.50)

"Some Stages of Instability"
Your last prompt inspired the poem "Some Stages of Instability." Kenzie pushes himself a bit too far and learns what he needs to do in order to regain more of his flexibility.
245 lines, was $123, sale price $61.50 SOLD to pool with Ng_moonmoth

A backchannel prompt from Siliconshaman inspired a pair of poems, both written in free verse:

"Whatever You Do to the Animals"
While hiking around the Blackfeet Reservation, Warshirt encounters an unexpected complication.
359 lines, was $180, sale price $90

"Reaching Out to Rescue One Another"
Warshirt takes Spotted Deer back to his cabin.
496 lines, was $248, sale price $124
Available for posting after "Whatever You Do to the Animals" has been sponsored and published.


MALLORY (1 poem, was $82, sale price $41)

"The Beginning of Love"
This inspired the free-verse poem "The Beginning of Love." When Heron feels out of his depth, he panics quietly and in an orderly fashion. Mallory takes a while to figure out how to reassure him that he is a great father.
164 lines, was $82, sale price $41 SOLD to Fuzzyred


MARIONETTES (2 poems, was $770, sale price $385)

"The Compass That Guides Us"
Griffin takes a vacation to Italy, reconnects with Glyn, and makes some new friends.  They take him into the resource room to find new clothes, since he doesn't have much left between the transition and the house fire.
715 lines, was $358, sale price $179 SOLD to pool with Ng_moonmoth

"A Different Vision of Life"
Frustrated by not knowing Italian, Griffin decides to learn it with superpowered assistance.
823 lines, was $412, sale price $206
Available for publication after "The Compass That Guides Us" has been sponsored and posted.


MERCEDES (2 poems, was $924, sale price $462)

"With a Warm and Tender Hand"
This inspired the free-verse poem "With a Warm and Tender Hand." Pips needs testing to recalibrate his glasses, which is all kinds of no fun. Joshua goes along to provide comfort and practical support.
1454 lines, was $727, sale price $363.50 SOLD to Mom & Dad

"The Blue Bird of Happiness"
This inspired the free-verse poem "The Blue Bird of Happiness." Halley and Edison have made a videogame about birds and the pursuit of happiness. Cheersquad tests it out.
373 lines, was $197, sale price $98.50


OFFICER PINK (1 poem, was $562, sale price $281)

"Those Who Have Suffered"
Ansel and Turq deal with one of the more substantially injured centaurs.
1123 lines, was $562, sale price $281 SOLD to Mom & Dad


SHIV (14 poems, was $3986, sale price $1993)

"The Discovery of a New Dish"
A gift of exotic fruit inspires Shiv and Cook to try some new recipes.
256 lines, was $128, sale price $64 SOLD to janetmiles

"The Deepest Heartache"
Shiv reluctantly broaches the topic of Chyou with Luci.
180 lines, was $90, sale price $45
Available for publication after "The Tree of Damocles" has completed its microfunding.

"In the Warm Circle of Family and Friends"
Your prompt about Shiv and family inspired the free-verse poem "In the Warm Circle of Family and Friends." Shiv enjoys Christmas morning at Tolli and Simon's place.
1209 lines, was $605, sale price $302.50
Available for publication after "The Tree of Damocles" and "The Deepest Heartache" have been sponsored and postedThis will unlock the story "The Point of a Sword" by Dreamwidth user Siliconshaman.

"Whatever You Seek"
This poem is written in free verse.  When Shiv gets stressed by holidays and winter weather, Luci suggests an anime marathon to unwind.
225 lines, was $113, sale price $56.50
Available for publication after "The Tree of Damocles," "The Deepest Heartache," and "In the Warm Circle of Family and Friends" have been sponsored and posted.

"Holiday in Handcuffs"
After Pain's Gray has a major flashback, Shiv helps him recover.
540 lines, was $270, sale price $135
Available for publication after "The Tree of Damocles," "The Deepest Heartache," "In the Warm Circle of Family and Friends," and "Whatever You Seek" have been sponsored and posted.

"How Much Love We Put in That Action"
When Tolli and Simon put Shiv's needs ahead of their own wishes, Shiv is stunned to the point of falling apart.
912 lines, was $456, sale price $228

"Provisions for Parent Education"
Since nobody is thrilled with the schools in Lincoln, they move on to Omaha, which offers much better options including a college prep school and a Montessori school. They also scout job and housing opportunities in case of a move.
594 lines, was $297, sale price $148.50

"The Scars on the Mind"
A DW prompt inspired the free-verse poem "The Scars on the Mind." Shiv gets an unexpected opportunity to address past damage.
610 lines, was $305, sale price $152.50

"The Worst Word in the Dictionary"
This inspired the free-verse poem "The Worst Word in the Dictionary." Shiv picks up his half of a trade.
364 lines, was $182, sale price $91
Available for publication after "The Scars on the Mind" has been sponsored and posted.

"The So-Called Truths"
This inspired the free-verse poem "The So-Called Truths." Shiv deals with the unsettling aftermath of personal repairs.
1172 lines, was $586, sale price $293
Available for publication after "The Scars on the Mind" and "The Worst Word in the Dictionary" have been sponsored and posted.

"When Circumstances Are at Their Worst"
I actually had a scene in mind that matched your Shiv prompt, so here he is baking cheer-up cookies. "When Circumstances Are at Their Worst" is written in free verse.
231 lines, was $116, sale price $58

A prompt about Shiv and family inspired a trio of free-verse poems.

"The Test of Freedom"
In "The Test of Freedom," Dr. G invites Shiv to make family t-shirts, and Shiv loses his shit.
369 lines, was $185, sale price $92.50 SOLD to Fuzzyred

"The Child Who Survived"
In "The Child Who Survived," Shiv goes to the tie-dye party and discovers that the Finn idea of family t-shirts is totally different than what he had encountered before.
848 lines, was $424, sale price $212
Available for posting after "The Test of Freedom" has been sponsored and published.

"The Heart of Creativity"
In "The Heart of Creativity," people open up the tie-dyed shirts to see how everything turned out.
458 lines, was $229, sale price $114.50
Available for posting after "The Test of Freedom" and "The Child Who Survived" have been sponsored and published. This will also unlock a story by Dialecticdreamer.


OTHER POEMS IN POLYCHROME HEROICS (4 poems, was $384, sale price $192)

"Welcome to Wolfenoot"
Your prompts inspired the free-verse poem "Welcome to Wolfenoot." The graduates of the Homemade Families course gather to celebrate Wolfenoot.
134 lines, was $67, sale price $31.50 SOLD to Fuzzyred

"Animal Mentors"
This inspired the free-verse poem "Animal Mentors." Keras brings home a new cat, and everyone helps Smokey settle in.
59 lines, was $20, sale price $10 SOLD

These two poems go together:

"In the Light of Creative Altruism"
This inspired the free-verse poem "In the Light of Creative Altruism." When a college student starts flickering, other people around him begin to copy what he's doing. This is only sometimes a good thing.
366 lines, was $183, sale price $91.50

"Becoming, Evolving, Ascending"
A DW prompt inspired the free-verse poem "Becoming, Evolving, Ascending." Divinity student Micha Bautista meets Dazhawn Alvarez, whose superpower is Projective Altruism.
236 lines, was $118, sale price $59
Available for posting after "In the Light of Creative Altruism" has been sponsored and published.


OTHER SERIES

AN ARMY OF ONE (1 poem, was $104, sale price $52)

"Strength, Courage, and Victory"
This contributed to the free-verse poem "Strength, Courage, and Victory." Several dozen refugees reach the Lacuna in a heavily loaded cargo ship.
208 lines, was $104, sale price $52 SOLD to pool with Ng_moonmoth


DIMINISHED EXPECTATIONS (2 poems, was $51, sale price $25.50)

"Where They Built the Bodies"
Your workshop prompt contributed to the free-verse poem "Where They Built the Bodies." The man who made the oids gets what he has coming to him.
49 lines, was $20, sale price $10 SOLD to pool with Ng_moonmoth

"The Woman Who Built Herself a Clitoris and Rode That Bitch Like a Bicycle"
Your prompt about Diminished Expectations inspired the free-verse poem "The Woman Who Built Herself a Clitoris and Rode That Bitch Like a Bicycle." A gynoid decides to address a lack in her anatomy.
61 lines, was $31, sale price $15.50 SOLD to pool with Ng_moonmoth


FIORENZA THE WISEWOMAN (1 poem, was $66, sale price $33)

"L’amore è Cieco"
This inspired the free-verse poem "L’amore è Cieco." Fiorenza and her father Giordano travel to Faggiola to see how Timoteo is doing.
131 lines, was $66, sale price $33


FLEDGLING GRACE (1 poem, was $20, sale price $10)

"Done for the First Time"
A sculptor learns something new.
50 lines, was $20, sale price $10


FRANKENSTEIN'S FAMILY (1 poem, was $184, sale price $92)

"As You Make Your Bed"
Your mazil prompt inspired the free-verse poem "As You Make Your Bed." Victor has to puzzle out a mysterious set of thefts.
368 lines, was $184, sale price $92


KANDE'S QUEST (1 poem, was $45, sale price $22.50)

"Words of the Elders"
Your Kande prompt inspired the free-verse poem "The Words of the Elders." Kande searches for the door to the underworld, but she's going to need some help.
90 lines, was $45, sale price $22.50


MONSTER HOUSE (2 poems, was $25, sale price $12.50)

"In the Garden of Eternal Spring"
A beautiful door is a mysterious passageway.
32 lines, was $15, sale price $7.50 SOLD to zianuray

"The House Behind the Gate"
On this block, the play of light and shadow is incongruous.
15 lines, was $10, sale price $5 SOLD to zianuray


ONE GOD'S STORY OF MID-LIFE CRISIS (1 poem, was $64, sale price $32)

"The Most Horrible Thing in the World"
Your Shaeth prompt inspired the free-verse poem "The Most Horrible Thing in the World." When people complain about the drunks in the temple, Shaeth explains why it's better to have a temple.
127 lines, was $64, sale price $32


THE STEAMSMITH (1 poem, was $139, sale price $69.50)

"Fishing in Shallow Waters"
Your courting prompt inspired the free-verse poem "Fishing in Shallow Waters." Maryam encounters new stumbling blocks in the process of searching for a spouse.
139 lines, was $139, sale price $69.50


TORN WORLD (2 poems, was $125, sale price $62.50)

"Art, Not Magic"
Southerners believe in science over magic.
17 lines, was $10, sale price $5

"Following the Trails"
Lilqi wanted to learn everything.
230 lines, was $115, sale price $57.50


THE YELLOW UNICORNS (8 poems, was $60, sale price $30)

"The Colors in His Tapestries"
Your first prompt inspired the free-verse poem "The Colors in His Tapestries." The saint is a favorite of the unicorns, and it shows.
20 lines, was $10, sale price $5 SOLD to pool with Ng_moonmoth

"Healing Horns"
Your horn prompt inspired the free-verse poem "Healing Horns." After a battle, the unicorns come to help the wounded.
8 lines, was $5, sale price $2.50 SOLD to pool with Ng_moonmoth

"A Horror of the Color Yellow"
This inspired the free-verse poem "A Horror of the Color Yellow." A survivor of priest abuse shies away from holy things.
17 lines, was $10, sale price $5 SOLD to pool with Ng_moonmoth

"Like the Desert Wind"
Your prompt about sand unicorns inspired the free-verse poem "Like the Desert Wind." They wander from one oasis to another.
15 lines, was $10, sale price $5 SOLD to pool with Ng_moonmoth

"The Prairie Horns"
This inspired the free-verse poem "The Prairie Horns." Unicorns fit right in with a grassland.
20 lines, was $10, sale price $5 SOLD to pool with Ng_moonmoth

"The Unicorn Mirror"
From this I got the free-verse poem "The Unicorn Mirror." It's not as magical as people think, but it's pretty.
15 lines, was $10, serial poetry $5 SOLD to pool with Ng_moonmoth

"Unicorn Shadows"
Your first prompt inspired the free-verse poem "Unicorn Shadows." They're a half-step from the material plane, but not wholly separate from it.
10 lines, was $5, sale price $2.50 SOLD to pool with Ng_moonmoth

"The Wily Princess"
Since there aren't cameras in a fantasy setting, I had to tweak this a little. "The Wily Princess" is a free-verse poem about drawing around what can't be seen.
21 lines, was $10, sale price $5   SOLD to pool with Ng_moonmoth


Darrow Poems (6 poems, was $30, sale price $15)

I'm offering darrow poems in the Holiday Poetry Sale. These are written from the perspective of my darrow elves from Hallelaine. Think haiku or tanka with a fantasy twist. They're too short to thumbnail (most are only 3-4 lines) so I'll just mention that most of them have nature themes while others are macabre or enlightened. This batch has six poems, available for $2.50 each or $15 for all five. If you want to buy one or a few, I can send you the batch and let you pick your favorite(s).


STANDALONE POEMS (7 poems, was $146, sale price $73)

"Arbor Day"
A short poem about a tree.
5 lines, was $5, sale price $2.50

"Nothing Good"
Farming practices leave something to be desired.
7 lines, was $5, sale price $2.50

"Skin Up"
Banishment leads to a strange discovery.
136 lines, was $68, sale price $34

"Sounds of Spring"
Listen to the noises as the seasons turn warmer.
6 lines, was $5, sale price $2.50

"Stars and Diamonds"
This inspired the free-verse poem "Stars and Diamonds." It talks about how these two things both excite the sense of wonder.
15 lines, was $10, sale price $5

"That Iron String"
This inspired the free-verse poem "That Iron String." It talks about how to escape gaslighting.
65 lines, was $33, sale price  $16.50

"Trapped in Armoire"
PTSD is like being stuck in a closet.
48 lines, was $20, sale price $10

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POEMS BY PRICE

$5 Poems SALE! $2.50 (5 poems, was $25, sale price $12.50)

"Arbor Day"
5 lines, was $5, sale price $2.50

"Healing Horns"
8 lines, was $5, sale price $2.50 SOLD to pool with Ng_moonmoth

"Nothing Good"
7 lines, was $5, sale price $2.50

"Sounds of Spring"
6 lines, was $5, sale price $2.50

"Unicorn Shadows"
10 lines, was $5, sale price $2.50 SOLD to pool with Ng_moonmoth


Darrow Poems (6 poems, was $30, sale price $15)


$10 Poems SALE! $5 (9 poems, was $90, sale price $45)

"Art, Not Magic"
17 lines, was $10, sale price $5

"The Colors in His Tapestries"
20 lines, was $10, sale price $5 SOLD to pool with Ng_moonmoth

"A Horror of the Color Yellow"
17 lines, was $10, sale price $5 SOLD to pool with Ng_moonmoth

"The House Behind the Gate"
15 lines, was $10, sale price $5 SOLD

"Like the Desert Wind"
15 lines, was $10, sale price $5 SOLD to pool with Ng_moonmoth

"The Prairie Horns"
20 lines, was $10, sale price $5 SOLD to pool with Ng_moonmoth

"Stars and Diamonds"
15 lines, was $10, sale price $5

"The Unicorn Mirror"
15 lines, was $10, serial poetry $5 SOLD to pool with Ng_moonmoth

"The Wily Princess"
21 lines, was $10, sale price $5 SOLD to pool with Ng_moonmoth


$15 Poems SALE! $7.50 (1 poem, was $15, sale price $7.50)

"In the Garden of Eternal Spring"
32 lines, was $15, sale price $7.50


$20 Poems SALE! $10 (5 poems, was $100, sale price $50)

"Animal Mentors"
59 lines, was $20, sale price $10 SOLD

"Done for the First Time"
50 lines, was $20, sale price $10

"The Girl Who Loved Bugs"
60 lines, was $20, sale price $10 SOLD to Fuzzyred

"Trapped in Armoire"
48 lines, was $20, sale price $10

"Where They Built the Bodies"
49 lines, was $20, sale price $10 SOLD to pool with Ng_moonmoth


Epic Poems $0.50/line SALE! $0.25/line (45 poems, was $9805, sale price $4902.50)

"The Woman Who Built Herself a Clitoris and Rode That Bitch Like a Bicycle"
61 lines, was $31, sale price $15.50 SOLD to pool with Ng_moonmoth

"That Iron String"
65 lines, was $33, sale price  $16.50

"Words of the Elders"
90 lines, was $45, sale price $22.50

"More Than Blood"
118 lines, was $59, sale price $29.50 SOLD to Fuzzyred

"Welcome to Wolfenoot"
134 lines, was $67, sale price $31.50 SOLD to Fuzzyred

"The Most Horrible Thing in the World"
127 lines, was $64, sale price $32

"L’amore è Cieco"
This inspired the free-verse poem "L’amore è Cieco." Fiorenza and her father Giordano travel to Faggiola to see how Timoteo is doing.
131 lines, was $66, sale price $33

"Skin Up"
Banishment leads to a strange discovery.
136 lines, was $68, sale price $34

"Like a Road Through Mountains"
152 lines, was $76, sale price $38 SOLD to Fuzzyred

"The Beginning of Love"
164 lines, was $82, sale price $41 SOLD to Fuzzyred

"The Deepest Heartache"
180 lines, was $90, sale price $45
Available for publication after "The Tree of Damocles" has completed its microfunding.

"Strength, Courage, and Victory"
208 lines, was $104, sale price $52 SOLD to pool with Ng_moonmoth

"Whatever You Seek"
225 lines, was $113, sale price $56.50
Available for publication after "The Tree of Damocles," "The Deepest Heartache," and "In the Warm Circle of Family and Friends" have been sponsored and posted.

"Following the Trails"
230 lines, was $115, sale price $57.50

"None of It's for You"
 230 lines, was $115, sale price $57.50

"When Circumstances Are at Their Worst"
231 lines, was $116, sale price $58

"Becoming, Evolving, Ascending"
236 lines, was $118, sale price $59
Available for posting after "In the Light of Creative Altruism" has been sponsored and published.

"Some Stages of Instability"
245 lines, was $123, sale price $61.50 SOLD to pool with Ng_moonmoth

"The Discovery of a New Dish"
256 lines, was $128, sale price $64 SOLD to janetmiles

"No Es Problema"
274 lines, was $137, sale price $68.50

"Fishing in Shallow Waters"
139 lines, was $139, sale price $69.50

"A World Built from the Bottom Up"
288 lines, was $144, sale price $72

"Only the Finest"
307 lines, was $154, sale price $77 SOLD to pool with Ng_moonmoth

"Whatever You Do to the Animals"
359 lines, was $180, sale price $90

"The Worst Word in the Dictionary"
364 lines, was $182, sale price $91
Available for publication after "The Scars on the Mind" has been sponsored and posted.

"In the Light of Creative Altruism"
366 lines, was $183, sale price $91.50

"As You Make Your Bed"
368 lines, was $184, sale price $92

"The Test of Freedom"
369 lines, was $185, sale price $92.50 SOLD to Fuzzyred

"That Ability to Comfort"
390 words, was $195, sale price $97.50
Available for posting after "Only the Finest" has been sponsored and published.

"The Blue Bird of Happiness"
373 lines, was $197, sale price $98.50

"The Heart of Creativity"
458 lines, was $229, sale price $114.50
Available for posting after "The Test of Freedom" and "The Child Who Survived" have been sponsored and published. This will also unlock a story by Dialecticdreamer.

"At the Subtlest Levels of Function"
467 lines, was $234, sale price $117 SOLD to pool with Ng_moonmoth

"Reaching Out to Rescue One Another"
496 lines, was $248, sale price $124
Available for posting after "Whatever You Do to the Animals" has been sponsored and published.

"Holiday in Handcuffs"
After Pain's Gray has a major flashback, Shiv helps him recover.
540 lines, was $270, sale price $135
Available for publication after "The Tree of Damocles," "The Deepest Heartache," "In the Warm Circle of Family and Friends," and "Whatever You Seek" have been sponsored and posted.

"Provisions for Parent Education"
594 lines, was $297, sale price $148.50

"The Scars on the Mind"
610 lines, was $305, sale price $152.50

"The Compass That Guides Us"
715 lines, was $358, sale price $179 SOLD to pool with Ng_moonmoth

"A Different Vision of Life"
823 lines, was $412, sale price $206
Available for publication after "The Compass That Guides Us" has been sponsored and posted.

"The Child Who Survived"
848 lines, was $424, sale price $212
Available for posting after "The Test of Freedom" has been sponsored and published.

"How Much Love We Put in That Action"
912 lines, was $456, sale price $228

"Those Who Have Suffered"
1123 lines, was $562, sale price $281 SOLD

"The So-Called Truths"
1172 lines, was $586, sale price $293
Available for publication after "The Scars on the Mind" and "The Worst Word in the Dictionary" have been sponsored and posted.

"The Hottest Blood of All"
1206 lines, was $603, sale price $301.50

"In the Warm Circle of Family and Friends"
1209 lines, was $605, sale price $302.50
Available for publication after "The Tree of Damocles" and "The Deepest Heartache" have been sponsored and posted.

"With a Warm and Tender Hand"
1454 lines, was $727, sale price $363.50 SOLD to Mom & Dad

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