Daily Lit Deviations for October 29th, 2009</u>
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Featured by ~the-photographicpoet
"vii-Summer Nights" by ~talia-vin
I am so grateful that I stumbled across this beautiful
writer! Amazing imagery, beautifully written, and a
striking sense of beauty is livid in this poem. I
loved it, from start to finish and I intend to read
a lot more of ~talia-vin.
Featured by: =star-blazer
"Vagrants" by *Scarlettletters
As powerful as all of his works, "Vagrants" sends
shivers down the readers' spines; especially in the
ending couplets. This moving and emotional piece
is indeed heart-wrenchingly beautiful.
Featured by ~itsaki
Song It starts with a chord, a note, or even silence. From that it builds up and outward to the heights of sound or down to more subdued tones, but always with a song there is the first strike of the composer; it is unavoidable, and it dooms the rest of the song with its power. The sounds of beginning must call the song out of the void of noise, else the song is lost in static.
Then it moves: the song builds upward away from all that is known and into the heights of the imagination and emotion or the song falls downward from the unknown reaches of the sky to the depths of the mind. Either way it must move; if
Song by ~Vakhugandisun
A truly beautiful piece making music itself rise above
simple notes, making music become something beyond
normal understanding. A piece that captures all music
lovers, taking all readers, "...beyond imagination, beyond."
Featured by !midnight-eclipses
today.i am colouring in a wrinkled-up torn paper sketchbook on my lap, pencil clinking with the sound of windchimes between my frail fingertips as drawing thoughts soar through my summer-fixed mind. sunlight peeks through my tilted pencil and creates a rough black line edged on the side. i stop drawing for a moment, fill my lungs with blissful fresh air, and start again, refreshed with new thoughts of big-eyed children running in cascading meadows with their long hair dragging behind them like a veil intermingling with the grass below.
i am breathing the sea-sweet air through burning-warm nostrils with my feet squishing through the mutable tan-gra
Today. by ~birdluvr109
This is such a sweet piece. As the reader, I could imagine
everything the author had written. This is the kind of piece
that makes people smile when they've had a bad day as
they're reading. It makes you think and feel and see everything
just as the author is as they sat down to write it. And, during
this piece, you can almost revert back to your childhood and
when you still had your innocence.
Featured by =julietcaesar
Miri's ScarsMiri seldom wakes up early enough to see Dawn go running. She watches the woman leave her house, shake out her limbs in preparation. Her black jogging pants clinging to her gazelle-legs, her black hair tied in a high ponytail. Miri has the same black hair. She pushes it away from her eyes, watches her mother through the lace curtains that adorn every window in Grandmas house. Dawn begins to walk, then shifts seamlessly into a loping run. Miri loses sight of her as she rounds the corner.
Dawns wide, dark eyes on Miri, her eyebrows arched steeply, every plane of her face shadowed with fury. She calls Miri names when shes mad,
"Miri's Scars' by ~Zelme
The simple prose in this piece should not be be mistaken
for a simple tale, as the plot explores the often complex
relationships between a mother and her child.
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