Here are several things I've drawn. Some date as far back as 2006 while other are much more recent. Most are drawn with pencil, but a few are in pen. The majority of them were sketched while looking at something else just in the spirit of drawing and to practice. Some poses and themes are completely original though. The first is just several sketches of things in nature and includes a verse written by me to Artemis, Greek goddess of the Hunt. She was said to protect young animals especially. It is titled Prayer to Artemis. If you have trouble reading the words here they are: "So gentle are you, Artemis the holy, lover of the wild things, lady of the Wood. To the young of all that roam the meadow and all who live within the forest, With you mighty hands surround all the wild things where they abound. Protect them hence forth 'til forever more. Honor the legends, honor the lore." And another titled Never Ending Circle: The verse on this drawing was taken from lyrics from a song sung by Celine Dion. At this time I don't remember the title. Here are the lyrics: "In the never ending circle, I've been sheltered in a dream. I could climb over a rainbow to a place I've never been. Take me from this lonely river, home, into the open sea." Another titled Daughter of the River: This was inspired by J.R. Tolkien and features a verse 'sung' by Frodo about a woman who was a daughter of the river. "O slender as a willow wand, O clearer that clear water. O reed by the living pool, Fair River-daughter. O spring-time and summer-time and spring again after. O wind on the waterfall and the leaves laughter." And the last one of that set titled Shakespeare's Phoenix: This one isn't my favorite although I do like parts of it. The bird gave me fits I can remember that much. The verse is from Shakespeare's play The Tempest. "Now I will believe... that...there is one tree, the phoenix's throne, one phoenix, At this time reigning there."