hot steam fades
from the cup
dense with the seasons
inhaled by the morning
as the city wakes
itself to a brightness
of milk and honey
I smile and bring the
sun's fragrant warmth
to my lips
If I were to write to you
in a series of mistakes
and past contemplations,
my letter would go as far
as your spirits would lead you.
And if the truth
on whether or not
Love conquers all borders
and builds the foundations
for our bony, crannied bridges
changes the way we see ourselves
consider yourself lucky.
Fortunate of the long growing madness
that was never yours to bare
Neither torn or crumpled
by the inner peace
void in the barren yet thirsty deserts
we call our hearts.
life hangs on the edge
of your own mouth
but the decision to fall
Trust me, I know-
it's how fear works.
do more than peer through a cave,
look where you would think
the way none of us ever could
in the darkness.
Leave me behind, darling.
I am too weary and you are far too young.
The world is too fast and you are too wonderful.
|"Be careful. You are not in wonderland. |
I've heard the strange madness long growing in your soul.
But you are fortunate,
In your ignorance.
In your isolation.
You who have suffered,
find where love hides.
Give, Share, Lose.
Lest we die unbloomed."
-Daniel Radcliffe as Allen Ginsberg. Kill Your Darlings
Belvashe is honey curlsBelva by brokengod--veins
wherever the sun touches.
on most days, her lips
curl the slightest smile-
head tilted where
the sky is but a
touch of blue-
and utters the word
'beaut(if)ul' as if in question.
her feet shuffle
and her arms
close like a space
for the word
like silent syllables
graceful and unspoken.
vertigo and bruised knees in summer the world'svertigo and bruised knees in summer by brokengod--veins
in summer skull
ears bloated &
the spine's interstitial
fluid in a heated
frenzy with prickly
the body is heavy
with the weight
on wobbly, bruised
& these ears
& the pain of
the art of
or is the world
s p i n n i n g
look at the mirror and fall in love at first sightgive yourself a flowerlook at the mirror and fall in love at first sight by brokengod--veins
and wear your favorite
sit in a nice, quiet
little coffee shop
and meet yourself
with that first sip
and a smile.
in the afternoon,
walk to the nearest park
and hold your hands
as if in a prayer
like a lover's dream,
be sweet to yourself
let the kid with the waffle cone
and his mother
stare at you for 45 seconds
while you feed the birds
hang those insecurities
by the door
or tuck them away
in your cabinets
just take them off
pick a hot red dress
and buy yourself
a drink for two
mirror at one end
of the table
and your love
at the other.
Haku from ChihiroThe grass fields were as delicate as the spring wind that kept me close to these flightless wings in this wide, open space. Dusts of you lay bare on this mountain, in the air breathing out rain and sun, in dirt and rivers running through this cup of earth you once called home. Every wildflower popping out of this brown shell bent toward the bank where you used to swim, your hands reaching out to some fish or some lost pebble smooth as your skin.Haku from Chihiro by brokengod--veins
It was a cry for birds, your laughter. How it rolls and tumbles like their nests when the air kisses every dancing tree with a passion. You rarely did laugh, much less smile, and I look for it in every second. I look for you the moment I wake up at dawn when the world is still half-asleep--in the gentle aching sky hoping you were just some lost cloud out of touch. In every sip of tea, in every bite of breakfast. I always keep the window open.
You were in every flower petal, every moon drum beating against the fever of the night. So graceful yet
King Richard III Of England (1452-1485)techgnotic
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Propaganda of 1592
A Dead King’s Bones Shake The Foundations Of A Nation.
In 2012 his bones were dug out from underneath a city parking lot. Forensic analysis of those bones has revealed most the legend of Richard III to be lies. Behold here a tale of tenuous loyalties and betrayals most foul. Read on only if you want the comf
December Lit DD Round Up :iconIrrevocableFate: Features by IrrevocableFateIrrevocableFate
words to say to your reflection by aprilwednesday
:icongrimface242: Features by inknalcohol
Show It, Don't Tell It by GoldenNocturna Said the Peasant to the King by TruthisTruth Joy by haphazardmelody 7:00AM by Canis44 The Husband by rsbohn Hometown Glory by sense-and-stupidity Misery by SurrealNacre Birth Marked by TwilightPoetess Lady Fey by PennyDiamond to Nat, my own catcher in the rye by brokengod--veins 64. Frost by ViciousGalan Winter Intimacy by Breath-of-Nefertari Almost by MadamGuillotine
:iconSingingFlames: Features by SingingFlames
Oblivion Songs by TimtehGrey The Only Thing Missing Is You by marchingclock Verbatim by G-R-Fracassa The Writer and the Switchblade by RangerRed09 Not All Things Will Fade by Clockchat A Victim of Circumstance by SloppyDreamscape Address Unknown by DropDeadKrislyn Ode to the artist by Kizin-of-kaplumba
Structuring a Story: Linear VS Non-LinearStructuring a Story: Linear VS Non-LinearCRLiterature
Thanks to everyone who took part in last week's workshop! <3
I'm looking for people to help run workshops (more detail at bottom).
So now that we’ve talked about how to kick start our imagination, we now need to start putting those ideas on paper. I was going to do an article on planning Project Educate’s story planning week was not long ago. There’s a roundup of PE’s story planning week here: http://beccalicious.deviantart.com/journal/PE-Story-Planning-Round-up-378695534
I recommend it; it’s very useful and interesting.
So now onto structure.
I like to split structure up into two categories: linear structure and non-linear structure (simple, eh?). Linear being when the events of the story happen in chronological order eg Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday.
Non-linear allows for detailed or in-depth flash backs, or may start at the end of a story, or even the middle of a story, and hav
How to Make the Most out of Lit GroupsCommunity WeekHtBlack
..and stay active! Which we all know isn't always easy.
with a side of "submission rules, those tricksies"
Now, first of all: this article assumes a lot of stuff!
you're interested in writing and/or reading.you're not joining thousands of groups just to submit your stuff all over the place to get exposure but give nothing back.
you're not simply following groups to stay up-to-date on their events and news, without really wanting to participate in their life.
And with that off of our systems, let's start the tour!
First of all, remember this: Lit groups take a lot more effort than any other. This is because, obviously, reading through deviations takes more time than viewing pictures and photographs.
So let's create a fictional situation.
I know there are people who are on deviantART multiple times a day, but let's suppose that you're an average user who logs in once a day, and has thirty minutes to an hour of free time to devote to dA. And when
Devious Journal EntryTagged by hopeburnsblue!haphazardmelody
Sorry my journal did this weird thing where it couldn't decide what color the words should be, and I'm...too lazy to fix it...
1. You must include the rules in your journal.
2. List five random things about yourself.
3. Answer questions the tagger asked you.
4. Choose five people to tag in your journal and ask them five questions.
1. I own a red-tailed black freshwater shark. He's about 5 inches long. He eats algae. (By the size, he's probably actually a she, but I gave him a male name so...whatever.)
2. I am seriously obsessed with sushi. So delicious!
3. My car is rusting apart from the bottom up...but to be fair, it's about 16 years old.
4. I have never owned a smart phone. Only dumb phones.
5. When I make jokes, I tend toward a deadpan delivery. People who don't know me well don't usually know I'm joking. It can get awkward.
1. You may already have seen my poll, but I still l
On Literary Criticism and dA CritiqueThis is going to be one of those days in which I simply decide in forsaking my usual approach towards writing poetry or short stories or an obscure essay or a review or even a non-fiction tale, for something of a much more important degree of understanding.shehrozeameen
Now, before we collectively peruse the nature of the critique; the method of the critique; the varieties of the critique; and the balance needed in writing a critique; let us first define what a critique truly is.
According to (Pickering, 2004), a critique - or more correctly, "literary criticism" - can be defined as:
Literary Criticism is nothing more or less than an attempt to clarify, explain, and evaluate our experience with a given literary work. (Pickering, 2004, "Reader's Guide to the Short Story", Pearson Prentice Hill)
There's a wonderful paragraph about the purpose of writing a critique but I won't post it here since:
This is not a literature paper
This is an essay just to help people understand why critiq
I'm not the best writer out there, but I hope I made you smile somehow, at least with a and a .
Have a hug and a nice day!
be nice to them. C:
To whom it may concern
I hope you celebrate the last few hours of 2014 with such wonder and I hope the firecracker spirit gets into you!
shehrozeameen ssensory MagicalJoey cality Sikari888 Killjoy-Sk camelopardalisinblue (your new name is so hard to spell out but ok ^^) Piinkachuu flummo MariaTala imaginative-lioness anobrain bloody-magpies (the collab) intricately-ordinary IrrevocableFate LadyLincoln Lady-Yume CelestialMemories introverted-ghost NoriNeko-Noriaki DPyourPinayPRIDE TwistedUtopia emilialight procrastinationqueen Syoa-Kun DesignKReations Jivania ElykeSly AristocratFame DrippingWords Carmalain7 MattVoscinar GrimFace242 LeahShae jade-pandora
oh and Nullibicity DragonsChest hypermagical ithaswhatitisnt Medoriko
okay just about everyone in dA! Happy 2015 guys! I hope it does good to you!
your head is a living
full of songbirds
*Skin made by brokengod--veins