SwevenBudding teeth clickSweven by `cality
shut; waken with me,
a vision of stars
upon your teeth,
& thread your
dreams along the
backbones of children.
Be still, sleep-
er, for the pregnant moon
Dance backwards, darlingA confession:Dance backwards, darling by `cality
ma, there are seahorses dancing in the library.
Autumn has come to my hometown.
Today; cool, clear and sunny--
April, a stuttering fool.
3am, and kings slumber;
Sunday falls heavy,
eyes wet with gasoline.
SubductionWe drip into OctoberSubduction by `cality
with the silence of spiders
heavy in our chests,
our hearts curling in
on themselves like
leaves in autumn.
Lungs unfurl into the
there is a breath, a whisper--
This dying wind whistles
through empty throats,
as if to murmur a warning,
perhaps, that we threaten
along our hipbones.
Splits lips upon starsMorningSplits lips upon stars by `cality
open, like orange-flesh
in a palm.
I tuck consonants between my
draw moon-craters in my eyes; I make wishes
that are too far away to realise and hope
that somehow things will
the sun is still a mere hole
GravityI'm waiting for you on grey-slate rooftopsGravity by `cality
with the August sun between my teeth,
resisting the impulse to
(upon skin). Icarus
lies at my feet, bent
around broken feathers
and a skeleton, as I pick
apart our earth-
quakes with my fingertips.
marrow eyes and hollow
it's not that far to fall.
SurrealismThree a.m., andSurrealism by *Concora
God is in my bathtub
a freshwater moon
in the mother-of-pearl sky.
little yellow lover littlelittle yellow lover by *littlemoonboots
my m oo n
i love you
nothing more nothing less(than
breasts so fat
with blue sea)
curves limbs & all
(& i like this my body
gentle lungs heavy breaths
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~JosefUnucka's Gallery is a real delight to browse through. His pencil drawings are finely drawn, with wonderful shading and a great eye for detail.
80. Only HumanPurple shafts of light filtered in through the shutters, mixing with the dull glow from the lightpads on the ceiling, catching on the haze of smoke inside the small, dank room. A holographic screen on the wall adjacent to the window displayed a darkened ‘Game Paused’ menu, and the face of a many-buttoned controller poked out from under the twisted remnants of the bed sheets like a small animal checking to see if the weather had calmed. An opened box of pizza lay discarded on the floor, only one slice gone.
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The Terramancers of CiarademCiaradem was a very early human settlement based Southwest of the Great Desert; a thriving city of talented rock-weavers. Any of their structures survive to the present day, albeit obscured by the course of nature, with many more being discovered every month.
The Ciaradem terramancers were extremely prolific masons by trade, able to bend the earth to their whim and thereby carve great megastructures of stone. Research suggests that the terramancers worshipped an ancient stone megalith; a hulky beast of rock so large that its mouth could swallow the sky and its presence could warp the passage of time. They believed it was from this megalith t
~Azranielle has created some fascinating worlds in her prose, which her great description and believable characters really bring to life.
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~samkuneshphotography's lovely nature photographs are composed well, with great colour and lighting.
~WearMeUp's lovely fingerless gloves are stylish and nicely made. There are lots of great designs in her Gallery.
~danielgrell23 has many fantastical digital drawings in his Gallery. Each piece has vibrant colour and interesting subjects.
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