Of the CreatorAnd the breath of the Creator is that of sage and white cedarOf the Creator by ImagineAppleScruffs
The same is of the wind
And the heat from the Creator is that of a blazing fire
The same is of the sun
And the eyes of the Creator are that of silver
The same is of the moon
And the tears of the Creator are that of briny water
The same is of the sea
And the hands of the Creator are that of soft moss
The same is of the ground
And the hair of the Creator is that of brown fur
The same is of the bison
And the voice of the Creator is that of joyful song
The same is of the birds
And the heart of the Creator is that of drumbeats and love
The same is of the People
|The rubbish I create with me own hands and brain...|
Thoughtful Thursday 40, April 10Thoughtful Thursday!Thoughtful Thursday 40, April 10 by Persistent-Practice
Last week I asked how you market yourself. Check out the post:
As for me... well, I have this group, and most of my followers on Tumblr seem to be there for the writing stuff (that or the copious amount of Pacific Rim). Eventually, I'd like to start a pop culture blog so I have an excuse to rewatch Supernatural and Avatar.
What do you think of writing plans like this? Do you find them helpful?
Haven't written yet today because I was combing the internet for sources for my final paper in a class. It's all about trashy horror films, which makes finding credible reviews difficult.
Joy And GratitudeI just want to say thank you and I love you to everyone who supported me and my family. Today, I am able to smile once more because my Dalton has woken up. He is very medicated (which is adorable and funny) and not very happy with being stuck not able to stand, but glad to be awake. I have missed him oh so much. Our family is feeling so much joy right now. Anna is especially happy to see daddy awake. I have a feeling she will cling to him for a while. Unfortunately, we will need to stay here for a bit to get all the medications taken care of. He also will need a lot of physical therapy because it will be tough for him to walk. He is not excited, but at the same time, he is wanting to get it done with. We will need to wait for his legs to heal a bit more.Joy And Gratitude by Lucy-Has-Diamonds
Also, I have told Dalton about the new baby on the way and he was so happy.
Again, thank you all very much for the love and support for this time of pain. It means so much. We both thank you and I promise that when he is feeling better
UntitledPain is the essence of fear, people live comfortably because they fear the pain of living with no regrets. But for those fortunate enough to have the courage to live, to truly live, they are the ones called foolish. They make choices others would call reckless because they don't understand how to live without fearing pain.Untitled by MPBowie
Then you have people who live with pain every day, not because they thrive in it but because it was thrust upon them by people that are meant to love them: mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, friends. People who've been there your whole life caring for you, suddenly deciding to rip your heart out while you're still alive. Leaving behind a gapping hole and a shell of a person.
It never happens to people who deserve it. The ungrateful, shallow and cowardly imbeciles are never the ones to get hurt. No, it's always the whole-hearted people who live with their hearts on their sleeves.
The hole created is too big, serrated and ug
|Is it any wonder I like these people's work?|
1.First off, what do you do on this website, exactly?
I post random work, mostly writing and comics, and I make friends with like deviants.
2.Seriously? Why would you do that?
Because I do whatever I damn well please!
3.Okay, whatever you say pal. Why do that here and not professionally?
Because no one’s hiring a writer and comic artist right now, not without credentials and “experience”.
4.Huh. For writers: make up a relatively coherent sentence you're positive no one has ever said before. For visual artists: Sketch something you're positive no one has ever sketched before.
The conflagration of my soul for the one trueness has no bearing on this our benign travesty.
5.You're a very bizarre individual, y'know that?
Of course I knew that, dumbass.
6.What's one work you really want to do, but aren't sure how to do it yet?
Metal jewelry caster.
7.Yeah I don't know how anyone would manage that, either. Ever had an injury that stopped you from practising your craft?
No, but I had a surgery that addled my brain for a long time and I was in so much pain I couldn’t think or write.
8.What inspires you? I mean really makes you want to perform your art?
9.On that same sort of track, are there any particular influences, such as musicians, artists, writers, or events that you put into your work?
Yes! Abney Park, Harry Clarke, Edgar Poe, and the James-Younger gang.
10.So, assuming you haven't already told me you just do this for the hell of it, do you plan on living off your particular trade?
No, not really. I plan on having a day job and publishing work as much as possible.
11.Do you drink, or use any drugs? If so, do they help you with your craft?
No, none of the above.
12.What's the most unfortunate name you can think of for a child, male or female?
Enlightening eh? I hope this is to your liking, Jake. You know how weird I can be, man, so you tagged the right deviant!
Love you all,