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This blog is a compilation of unrevised thoughts brought on by various feelings and life experiences that I've jotted down so that I may preserve them forever.

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I will hopefully start posting again soon. I’m currently working on writing and then publishing a book.

rolling-wolf said: Come back soon i miss you and your poetry really badly :(

I will, I promise. :)

karascho:

This is an intuitive drawing, meaning that it was drawn without trying to make any familiar objects or shapes. Instead, the focus was on making intuitive marks and lines. All lines were drawn with charcoal attached to a long stick. Other media includes chalk, erasers, and fingers.

Just simply beautiful. I love it!

karascho:

This is an intuitive drawing, meaning that it was drawn without trying to make any familiar objects or shapes. Instead, the focus was on making intuitive marks and lines. All lines were drawn with charcoal attached to a long stick. Other media includes chalk, erasers, and fingers.

Just simply beautiful. I love it!

Tag(s): #art

"Poetry is a mere drug, Sir."

- George Farquhar

Why cant I stop this?

I terrify and defy

My own corrupt mind.

Deadly diatribes,

You destroy what I create.

Harsh words Sting like thorns.

My bangles left.
My best friends, tears,
went on forever.
My self-control
wouldn’t sit still for a minute.
My mind made itself up
to go on ahead.
When my man
made up his mind to go,
everything else went,
just like him.
Life,
if you must go, too,
then don’t forsake
your entourage of friends.

- Amaru

Hating you shall be a game
Played with cool hands
And slim fingers.

- Gwendolyn B. Bennett

lunacylover:

Władysław Wankie “Lonely at the park”, before 1900.

Beautifully done. The colors go well with each other.

lunacylover:

Władysław Wankie “Lonely at the park”, before 1900.

Beautifully done. The colors go well with each other.

Tag(s): #art

Tiny droplets of

Water fall from the sky. What

Makes an angel cry?

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