The Peninsula

The Fiction and Poetry Archive of Liana Mir and scribblemyname

About This Collection

Jun
21

Welcome to my inventory in progress of everything I ever wrote!

Right now:

  • fanfic is freely available,
  • original fiction and poetry under the Liana Mir name is currently being sorted out into subscription and free everywhere availability buckets (please be patient with me!), and
  • original fiction and poetry that goes under other pen names is going to remain mostly private,

…so if you see discrepancies between what’s posted where, that’s why.

Sexual content, swearing, or extreme violence is all behind an 18+ age gate. If you let it remember you, you should only be asked once a year or whenever you refresh your cookies.

This is a work in progress! I have thousands of works in my backlog that have not been inventoried. Content is post-dated to when I wrote it, so there will many old works and new appearing on a regular basis, but not all of it will show up at the top of its category. I reserve the right to ignore this ideal and not always post-date if it’s too much work to determine original written date.

Thank you so much and I hope you enjoy!

Where, O Where Could He Be?

Mar
13

Rhezerë is not pleased. There’s a niggling sensation, warm through his entire mind, of someone who’s supposed to be there, and nobody told him a new sync would feel like this.

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To Do (poem)

Mar
09

Things that I’m supposed to do:
I drink a cup of tea
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sunlight (poem)

Jan
15

catching sunlight
on my fingers (more…)

Blue and Gold

Jan
06

Golden moments strung together, sweet and glowing in the light of every good memory Khun had. (more…)

Between Two Beaches

Dec
20

The First Beach

Some people’s lives did not revolve around someone else. Khun, my love, Shibisu wanted to say but didn’t, life did not begin or end on that beach.

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my heartbeat (poem)

Nov
30

an ageless question I ask myself
who am I if I’m without
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no peace (poem)

Nov
21

There is no peace today
No empty winds in which to pray
(more…)

illusion (poem)

Oct
20

for F and Y

There’s a moment, beautiful and new
Where I open my eyes and see you
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The Dark and the Light

Sep
07

Where the light meets the dark, hands wound together like an unspoken promise, backs met and hands on their swords.

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a kind of lightning (poem)

Aug
30

For K and B

there’s a kind of lightning in the tongue
fired up when hea’en and earth were young
a light that shines but only in a heart
a passion that can pierce the fiercest dark

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let this be known (poem)

Aug
30

For K and B

fire and light within my soul
stand by your side, let this be known
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the golden sea (poem)

Aug
30

For K and B

the golden sea within your eyes
an innocence devoid of lies
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in quietness (poem)

Aug
09

in quietness I wait
and here I stay (more…)

tonight (poem)

Jul
28

I am quiet tonight
I say again (more…)

Unfinished Business

Jul
25

Bam was dead.

“Were you eaten by a fish?” It was an inane question. It didn’t matter.

He answered though. “The bull.” (more…)

Challenge

Jul
24

Bam likes Khun’s knife. Likes wrapping his hand around Khun’s wrist and asking without words for— (more…)

Light Me Up

Jul
24

The campfire flickered orange and gold across Khun’s face, bathing him in a wash of light and warmth. He was beautiful. Bam knew he was beautiful, smiling that crooked, smug grin as he pressed Bam’s stick back into his hand, a toasted marshmallow on the end. (more…)

Never Let Go

Jul
21

For a moment, just one long perfect moment, Khun’s arms are around him and Bam still feels like he’s vibrating out of his skin, but he also feels like everything will somehow be okay, because he still has this. (more…)

Non-Believer

Jul
19

“You’re our god,” they say, and it weighs Bam down, hanging heavy on his soul because he never asked to be their god. He never asked to be the one to kill Jahad. (more…)

Raise the Night

Jul
16

I am quiet in the dark of a quiet place, rock grinding hard into my back and hard-packed earth beneath where I sit, hushed in shadow.

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