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Immortalizing Legends

Oh, how we love our Heroes

By Brin J.Published 2 months ago Updated 2 months ago 1 min read
*AncientOrgins.net* ~Prometheus: The Fire Thief~

Etched in marble stone

immortalizing legends

Gods, heroes, and myths


Hercules' glory

his tales whispered in the wind

epic... yet tragic.


The bold obtain fame

so go steal fire from the Gods

like Prometheus


Lost Odysseus

famous for the misfortunes

he suffered at sea

excerptssad poetry

About the Creator

Brin J.

I never believed the sky is the limit, therefore my passions are expansive. My interest in writing stemmed from poetry but my heart lead me to Sci-Fi Fantasy. Consequently, my stories are plot-driven with splashes of evocative elements.

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  • Thavien Yliaster2 months ago

    Lowkey, Odysseus fought against Poseidon and still won with his life in the end. For a dude that was fighting the never ending currents and Poseidon's cyclops son, I lowkey wonder what his lineage's story would've been like in the Percy Jackson book series (warning I never read them, but I think that would be interesting to have a family lineage known for openly defying a god/gods). I would still like to see more epic versions, animations, stories about Hercules when he fought the hydra. An accurate one about where he was with his friend bludgeoning the heads and then cauterizing the wounds to prevent the heads from growing back would be cool.

  • Heather Hubler2 months ago

    I loved the way you led us through each of the elements. Clever wording too. Great work!!

  • Amber Fierce2 months ago

    Damn that was good! I am a huge fan of mythology. Well done. :)

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