AMON-RE a novel by Wall Grimm

This is a novel that Wall Grimm is currently writing. For more information and a directory with links to each chapter/post, please refer to the AMON-RE page.

Song for Amon-Re

This is so humbling that someone would write these lyrics as a tribute to a character I wrote. Beautiful lyrics she says are to be sung to the tune of “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” I’m dumbfounded by this compliment. Thank you so much, this is awesome!

Life With Catnip


It come from his heart,
Blood from his hand,
Red velvet crimson, thin,
His body made of glass,
So fragile and led astray,
So damaged with eyes unable to see
Reflected time… his life,
Fading away.

Amon-Re sang this weary song of love
The last time, the melody is lost,
Lyrics were forgotten, heartbroken,
Boundaries were crossed, betrayed.

He lay dying there upon the red
Torn between wrong and right,
Every dream he ever had, broken
When he ended his life for love,
One night.

Goodnight, my weary king,
Rest now, your journey has ended.


Inspired by “The Journal of Wall Grimm”
Amon-Re, A Novel
A fictional journal written by SAGE DOYLE

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About AMON-RE a Novel by Wall Grimm

I just created a page in order to archive all the posts of the novel which Wall Grimm has begun writing.  Below is exactly what the page says, but I’m posting it here because I think it’s a good introduction, and I don’t expect most people to go to the archive page right away, or at all, necessarily.  A little later this morning I’ll be posting the first chapter of the novel Amon-Re by Wall Grimm.

The AMON-RE page says:

I wrote the novel Amon-Re when I was 22 years old.  I revised it again a few years later.  I returned to school, finished my B.A. and got my Master’s, then I wrote The Opera.  The character Amon-Re is, for some reason, my favorite character that I ever created.  I knew the novel needed a lot of work, and it has been on the sidelines awaiting significant revision.  I felt, however, that the story was worth it and I wanted Amon-Re to exist.  All my other past novels have been burned in campfires because they weren’t worth the time involved in revisions.  Amon-Re currently only exists in one printed version of the novel.  Part of it I began to transcribe onto a flashdrive last year, but I never got around to completing that process.

At this time, as I have created “The Journal of Wall Grimm” blog, and I want to do more here than just journal entries, I decided that, since Wall Grimm has expressed in the past that he wants to be a writer, I would attribute the novel to him.  It makes sense because I think it is the perfect novel for him to write, especially since I wrote it when I was in my “Grimm” days.  I’m posting the novel as if Grimm is writing it.  We can assume that the novel is raw, prior to edits, because Wall Grimm will be writing it in real time, as we pretend it doesn’t yet exist in its entirety.  That gives me the freedom to post my novel despite the fact that I’m aware it needs some work.

The novel takes place in a nonspecific time, in a nonspecific couple of cities.  There are no computers or cell phones.  I never wrote that in because I wanted a timeless feel, if not an altogether retro atmosphere.  Amon-Re is a drug addict, but he’s also a genius, and the book can be a little hard core at times.  He is a writer and a poet, so if you follow my Sage Doyle blog, you may notice I’ve posted of couple of the poems that I wrote for the novel on that blog.  The book is kind of long, since it needs editing, but then that just enables more posts.

Each post will be about a chapter length.  And…I hope you like it, but if not, that’s ok.  I’m just glad to finally give Amon-Re the opportunity to exist.

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