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Comic profile: Parmeshen
Tales told Tuesdays And Thursdays
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Content flags: Violent ContentNudity
Comic language: English
Genre: Fantasy
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
Last update: Yesterday, 6:46 PM
Number of comics: 349
Number of subscribers: 54
Visitors: 53990 visitors (244802 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.97 (158 votes)

Comic description

Here is a tale of rovers and ramblers, of secrets and stories in the blood. It is the tale of a woman with ancient secrets in her heart, and a man who hides secrets of his own. It is a tale as wild as the trade winds, a tale that winds like the road. Come and see where it leads.


A jack of all trades and a collector of folk-stories, I'm a half-Irish wild child who loves music, art, and imagining all the possibilities.
Aspiring author and all-around artsy fartsy woman. I love creating characters and worlds and often wish I could live there instead of in the 'real world.'

Most recent comments left on Parmeshen

5 days ago
A happy marriage is a long conversation which always seems too short.
- Andre Maurois
Left on Vows
6 days ago
Haha he thinks he knows everything, it's more like he has access to a ton of stuff he doesn't know himself. If you can imagine having your phone's internet abilities inside your head, you'd have a very good sense of what he's feeling....except this internet has scent, taste, and emotion as well as sight and sound. Try that on sometime!
Left on Desert Nights
One week ago
"Oh, it's just a couple things on my mind. Mostly everything. As in, literally everything, because I apparently know everything now."
Left on Desert Nights
13 days ago
When you're all singing together, it brings things together. I know the songs that my grandfather and my father sang.
-Terry Pratchett

Extra page this week to make up for all the missed updates of late. Cheers!
Left on Sing a Song
8th Feb 2018
It is not in the stars to hold our destiny but in ourselves.
-William Shakespeare
Left on Future Plans