Gothic Manga
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Joined 06-07-17, id: 1094742, Profile Updated: 01-12-18
Author has written 4 stories for Haiku, and Song.

About the user:

Gothic Manga is one of the indie literature-based writers on FictionPress. She also has a FanFiction account by the user name Kahli Godzilla.


Narratives/Stories (Fictions):

Project Narrative is being planed.


Poems:

Kamikakushi is a Haiku poem based on the Japanese folklore about an angry deity taking a person away.

Kijimuna and Shisa is a Haiku poem based on Ryukyuan folklore. The Haiku is about Shisa finding Kijimuna and they become friends...But with a tragic twist.

Metsänpeitto is a Song poem based on a phenomenon found in Medieval Finnish folklore and it's similar to Kamikakushi found in Japanese folklore.

Koropokkuru is a Haiku poem based on the small creatures found in Ainu folkflore. The poem is about Half-Koropokkuru and half dragons living in their village and working as fishermen.


Characters confirmed in Project Narrative:

There had been no characters confirmed in Project Narrative.


Trivia:

  • When there is an untitled work being developed, it is referred to as "Project Narrative."
  • In the Haiku "Koropokkuru," the Half-Koropokkuru and half deer was originally named Riko and was a female. It was later changed to a male deer named Minato.
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    Koropokkuru
    The Haiku is about two Half-Koropokkuru and half dragons working as fishermen in their own village. Koropokkuru are small creatures found in Ainu folklore.
    Poetry: Haiku - Rated: T - English - Poetry - Chapters: 1 - Words: 216 - Published: 1/12 - Complete
    Metsänpeitto
    A phenomenon found in Medieval Finnish folklore. It greatly resembles Kamikakushi found in Japanese folklore.
    Poetry: Song - Rated: T - English - Mystery/Fantasy - Chapters: 3 - Words: 235 - Published: 12/13/2017 - Complete
    Kijimuna and Shisa
    A poem about Shisa befriending Kijimuna after finding him on the bayan tree. How tragic is this poem?...Read it to find out!
    Poetry: Haiku - Rated: T - English - Friendship/Tragedy - Chapters: 1 - Words: 131 - Published: 12/5/2017 - Complete
    Kamikakushi
    Based on a legend in Japanese folklore, Kamikakushi (Japanese: 神隠し) means "spirit away." Spirit away is to remove someone. People would mysteriously disappear because the angry deity takes them away. A few days later, those people would be discovered in a temple.
    Poetry: Haiku - Rated: K - English - Poetry - Chapters: 1 - Words: 131 - Published: 11/30/2017 - Complete