Short Stories and Poems
On this page there will be short stories from the novel. If you wish to see a shot story or understand something that wasn't explained in a novel, make a request on the "contact" page.
This is a poem that I wrote for my wife and read to her just before I proposed.
Beginning a tradition that I plan to continue for decades to come, I followed up The Parable of the Stones with The Parable of the Stars for our first anniversary.
I haven't led a perfect life, far from it. This poem was inspired after a particularly unsettling experience that made me question my own sanity in regards to the ability to discern right from wrong and all the questions that that raised. I had to write this down to come to terms with my feelings and doubts. It was incredibly therapeutic.
This is a concept that I have been forced to acknowledge for some time. I felt I had to write it down as a positive follow up to "Have I Been Twisted?"
This is another poem I wrote for my wife very recently, just hours after the birth of our first daughter.
This is a poem I wrote about the struggles of life and how hard it is to rise above temptations and become a better man.
I wrote this poem about my little baby girl and how close she is to the Lord.
This is a fun take on the mythical origins of the teddy bear and how they guard us from nightmares.
Frail and Shriveled is probably my favorite short story so far. It is an inspiring story about the origins of the Liahona from The Book of Mormon.