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Strange Love -2-
Sing me a shotgun serenade, lover.
My love burns unyielding, like the fire of Hell.
Destined to die, to die loveless.
To such perverse lifes,
Sing me a shotgun serenade, friend.
Whilst stroking metal against your china cheek,
Black hair draping across algae eyes
Flames rooted deep inside
So wrong this poison alcohol.
Drunkenly beautiful, still stroking
Scraping the skin of your flesh.
This uncomforable, wrong desire
Painful, pretty love.
Sing me a shotgun serenade, tormentor.
Catch me in the eye,
Our society is falling down, crumbling
yet your fingers still dance upon the
Ivory and ebony teeth,
Forcing strange music out.
Cobwebs cloud your sanity
As dust falls on your hair.
From the curtain that fall down.
The musical box is silenced.
Sing me a shotgun serenade, father.
Warped eyes yelling in disappointment
Falling away, infinitely.
Dies away, I can't remember anymore.
All i remember is her and the music,
You never understood music,
Striking, vulgar music
Screamed in your ears, lovingl
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Fog
My skin is too tight today.  It doesn't move with me, and I can't move within it.  It binds and constricts, and I can feel my nerves burning.  It's too soon.  
Fog surrounds me, the water in the air clinging to the strands of my hair and the fibres of my clothes, bejewelling my eyelashes with glittering droplets.  I can feel the mist pouring into my lungs as I breathe, cold and slow and thick like cobwebs, coating my insides with soft snow and sharp shards of ice.  The air caresses me, moving around me, lapping at my ankles like the sea and pulling like the tide.  
I can feel the thickness; feel the pure, palpable whiteness of it.  I just can't see it.  
I stand on this hospital balcony in the fog and let the cold damp sooth my fiery skin, quenching the blistering feeling that won't leave.  I lift a hand to run it over my face, and although my fingertips can feel, my face is numb. &
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Once
Once I sang a song
that delighted
the hills and streams
that lay alongside me with spring and January
lingering along the sheets and pillows of February..
Once I fell in love with a being so divine
that if one's eyes allied with hers
would it not comprehend?!
O truth is my
heart stolen in the midst of stealing glances of her
causing paper pink wings to glide across the skies
over the months of Junes and Mays
even more so numbly through October till December
Once she and I looked each other in the eyes
and heaven took notice and sighed
the neighbour's delight , the roses, the chives of berries and ripe
the smell of lilies and apples delight
for peaches and pears be as sweet as the orchids and sunflowers
but her lips were juiciest still
how does one proclaim love
to the sweet winds that brushes by my hair
that leaves wants of lust in my ears
and yet I can never hold
how does one explain the clear need to make love
to the gold and wintery blue that hangs momentarily
in the skies
Oh sad tr
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Jerusalem
Children should be seen and not heard.
This was the rule I, Reilly Harding Sterne, lived by. The year was 1232 A.D. when I was born, the first and only son to the heirs of Houses of Sterne and du'Frost.
Amazing how well my parents' last names described them.
As I grew up, I learned that, to my mother and father, children were nothing more than a way to pass on the family name. I have to admit, I was treated better than my sisters. I was lucky, being both the only boy as well as the oldest. I was the most important out of the eleven children my parents had together. I was imperative to my family's survival.
My sisters weren't.
A little after I'd turned twelve, in an uncharacteristic stroke of love, my father took to calling me Ace, meaning 'best' or 'only one'. I couldn't help but swell with the praise; it wasn't every day a man as cold and insufferable as Lord Dempster Sterne used terms of endearment on people as meaningless as his children, let alone a son who was nothing like
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A Large Expanse of Water
I'm resting my head on a large expanse of glass.
Somewhere on the other side is the sun, restless and remote...
He's been upset lately. The winter reshuffle hit him hard; so he's sulking.
"I'm not going to tell you what to do...
...you're a grown-up now..."
    ... apparently it means not asking for help
I think I saw him yesterday, but it was early and I was already on my way to class
I think he was over the park, for a moment I thought I saw him; he was in the trees reflected on a wall...
I turned around but he'd gone.
...
...
Perhaps he'll call
Perhaps he'll post me a message
Perhaps, something short, letting me know where he is;
... If he's got enough money; socks, clean jumpers, if he's making friends
"...We parents worry so much..."
... it means never resting again.
The world is crazy-big these days...
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Gone
It is so cold here                                                      (hear me...can you hear me)
So alone without you;                                               (you were always mine, you know)
The flakes fall on my head:                                        (heading away...so far away
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Removing My Heart
Stars are guardians of broken hearts
Lonely lullaby scowling my dreams
In the glittering horizon shores bleed
Remove my heart love gives me my last regret
Nightmares in my dreams exploring love's dementia
Winter solitude in the misty morning
Time is all the time it takes to entwine
A heart of blue cascading all this will fade
All these words showering down upon silence
Stepping over my heart stepping stones are abandoned hearts
Running blind
I know you would have said it all before
Running late
You had to go I know you wouldn't if you could
Stars are guardians of broken hearts
I hear in my mind all of your words
Lonely lullabies scowling dreams
I hear in my mind all of your fave songs
In the glittering horizon shores bleed
I hear in my mind your voice becoming all voices
Winter solitude in the misty morning
I see in my mind everything reminding me of you.
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'As Winter Approaches'
White rain falls.
If you look closely, you could see tiny shapes.
Footprints follow and fall back on a white blanket.
Barely a sound,
except for the ones that didn't head South.
Trees are sleeping,
yet sad being without their friends.
Everything may seem dead,
but there's life all around.
The time to take out the sleds.
Kids are having their fun in the snow,
while the grown-ups shovel.
Season of exciting holidays and
a New Year.
Days go by
and white rain falls less and less.
Soon there was only wetness on the earth.
Snow became
Spring.
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Only Human
You.
Y-O-U.
I need you.
Yes, You.
I need you.
I.
Yes, me.
I {love} you.
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How Could You?
How could you?
How could you cheat on me?
And like an other girl while you were my boyfriend
You told your cousin that you dump me for her?
How could that happen to me?
Why did you lie to me?
Why did you lie to your own cousin?
You didn't need to lie about millions things!!
I ask this how could you?
I'm sick of you hurting me
And the sad thing is that I still love you
If this words hold truth to them.
I thought you were the one that I would live forever with.
But I guess wrong after all.
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Dear Diary
I heard her, before I saw
  her. The soft scratch of the
pencil, rather. She sat
  on her childish bedspread
of butterflies and pink.
   A small book sat open on her knees
And she bent over it with intensity.
   A small lock reflected the shifting light
As her ceiling fan went round
   And round. A lock so easily picked,
To reveal young hopes and dreams.
   Young sorrows.
Her vulnerability, spread between those small       
   pages.
Dear Diary,
I shall let these dreams breathe,
If only for the fleeting
                    years of innocence.
      This, I promise you.
I shut the door
       With a soft, private, click.
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Fatality
Our lives are crossing paths
And slowly, we form a tie
That seems unbreakable.
Our minds fuse together, as one.
We breathe for each other.  Thoughts
Of you keep me hydrated, whilst
Time together is sustenance.  
This dual strength is overpowering.
L O V E is the product of this insanity.
And seeing the spark in the other's eye
The excitement in a face;
Hearing a quiver as you try
To keep up with the pace,
It's everything to understand
That you are here with me.  
I am resuscitated…
                           …but quickly deflated.
This cannot be sustained.
And quickly pushed along by fate
The edges start to crumble.
Extremities are cracking hard
And overpowered by hate
This phenomenon called L O V E
Is shown for what it truly is.
A fraud.
Betrayed by that in which we
Put our faith,
Trust,
And understanding;
We've been left
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Holly
Holly did not go with the rest after the funeral.  Not that there were many, but they just did not seem to matter.  They would get over it, they would adapt and survive.  But Holly felt numb and cold inside, like ice and loss were eating the extremities of her soul.  Outside the car the air was frigid and lifeless.  The remnants of the morning's frost clung to the grass in the valleys and hollows.  She had made no conscious decision about where she would go.  She had left the village and it's small church behind, along with the newly-filled grave that contained her heart.  He had joked about it at the time.  He had said he wouldn't let some disease drag him down, but in the end it did.   He had even smiled up at her when his last breath left his chest, though the unshed tears in his eyes revealed his sorrow.  His friends and family would be in the pub by now, trying to be
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The Way Emily Did It
He tried drawing, more like doodling, hoping that something could be created, a companion of sorts. A koala bear broke itself from the tangled lines of ink that had created it and served as a potential subject of an outstanding picture. It wasn't a very great looking koala bear. He drew another one, Koala Bear Jr.  Like the one whom came before it, Koala Bear Jr.'s looks were less than desirable. But who could blame it; it was just without good genes. The paper was tossed away in frustration, and soon he turned to another form of creation, writing.
There wasn't anything to write about in particular. He wrote a lot of things in the past, which was where all the writings stayed because of the fact that they never went anywhere; they collected in a distant place where he never returned to and were never read by anyone – including him – ever again.  And it is sad.
And the pictures were the only things to provide his writings company. And the characters in the written pr
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Literature Gallery Update #4
Literature Gallery Headlines
Article 1: Gallery Pages
Article 2: v5 Update
Article 3: Regular Articles and Features
Article 4: Senior News
Article 5: GD Update
Article 6: Noteworthy Fora
Article 7: Off-Site Links
Article 8: Lit DDs 24 - 30 Sept
In Other News
:pointr:Gallery Pages
The gallery pages ( literature.deviantart.com ) have been redirected to the browse page. These will be updated in the next day or so with links to gallery specific news and gallery forums.
:pointr:v5 Update
Now you see them. Now you don't. Now you see them...only smaller!
The visual previews that complement your literature are currently displaying in small view only. We're working on this and I'll update as I get more info.
We're also working on:
- PDF support
- Writer form
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Turkish novelist acquitted
Elif Şafak has been acquitted of charges of belittling Turkishness. The charges were dropped at the prosecutors request.
As reported earlier, Şafak faced up to three years in jail for comments made by a character in her best-selling novel, The Bastard of Istanbul. The case was one of over sixty similar charges against Turkish writers under Article 301 of the Turkish Penal code, which criminalises "public denigration" of Turkishness.
Şafak's case was the first where the prosecutor used his power to drop the case.
:bulletgreen: Full story at Guardian Unlimited Books.
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Novelist to be tried for insulting Turkey
Prize-winning novelist Elif Şafak goes to trial tomorrow (Aug 21) accused of belittling Turkishness in her best-selling novel, The Bastard of Istanbul.
The novel has been at the top of Turkish bestseller lists since it was published in March, but its treatment of the 1915 mass murders of Armenians has caught the attention of nationalist lawyer Kemal Kerincsiz. Kerincsiz was also behind the trial of Orhan Pamuk last December. Pamuk's charges were dropped in January, on the same week as the EU began their review of the Turkish legal system.
Şafak, who gave birth to her first child Saturday, is being tried for comments made by characters in the novel and could, if she is found guilty, be sentenced to three years in jail.
:bulletgreen: Full story at Guardian Unlimited Books.
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Unfinished Tolkien Tale Completed by Son
J.R.R Tolkien's Tale of the Children of Hurin, abandoned by the author in 1918, has been completed by his son, Christopher R. Tolkien, and will be published next spring.
The younger Tolkien, who was also responsible for the posthumous completion of The Silmarillion and is the executor of his father's literary estate, has spent the last thirty years finishing the story, an account of the family of Hurin, the man who defied Melkor in the first age.
:bulletgreen: Full story at Guardian Unlimited Books.
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John Betjeman's Daughter Apologises for 'Slough'
On a visit to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Sir John Betjeman's birth, his daughter has revealed that the poem that subjected the Berkshire town of Slough to ridicule was never meant to be published.
The town was shredded in verse by former Poet laureate, Sir John Betjeman; the opening line reading,
'Come friendly bombs, and fall on Slough,
It isn't fit for humans now.'
Candida Lycett-Green remarked that her father 'regretted having ever written it.'
The southern English commuter town has also endured more recent ridicule from the BBC sitcom 'The Office'.
Sir John Betjeman's full poem, 'Slough', can be read here:
http://www-cdr.stanford.edu/intuition/Slough.html
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Booker shortlist announced
The shortlist for this year's Man Booker Prize has been announced. Welsh author Sarah Waters, the only author to have been previously shortlisted, is the bookmakers' favourite, with Ladbrokes offering 6/4 odds and William Hill 2/1. David Mitchell, favourite on the 19-author longlist, did not make the shortlist.
Each of the writers on the shortlist receive 2,500 GBP, with the winner getting 50,000 GBP. Last year's winner was Irish author John Banville for The Sea.
"Each of these novels", says Hermione Lee, chair of Judges, "has what we as judges were most looking for, a distinctive original voice, an audacious imagination that takes readers to undiscovered countries of the mind, a strong power of story-telling and a historical truthfulness."
This years judging panel for the Man Booker Prize is: Hermione Lee (Chair), biographer, academic and a reviewer; Simon Armitage, poet and novelist; Candia McWilliam, award-winning novelist; critic Anthony Quinn; and actor Fiona Shaw.
The wi
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Ted Hughes: domestic tyrrant?
According to a new biography of Ted Hughes' lover, Assia Wevil, the late poet laureate was a bully who issued her a 'Draft Constitution', instructing her how to look after his house and children. The two pages of typed instructions told her to teach the children German, and play with them for at least an hour a day, and cook at least one meal a week from 'a recipe we have never had before'. Hughes had no intention of cooking 'except in emergencies'.
The claims are made in A Lover of Unreason: The Biography of Assia Wevill by Israeli journalists Yehuda Koren and Eilat Negev, who spent fifteen years researching the book.
Hughes and Wevill started their affair in 1962, when Wevill and her husband visited Hughes and his wife, Sylvia Plath, in their Devon flat. The couple, says the biography, kissed when they were alone in the kitchen, and five weeks later Hughes sent her a note saying he wanted to see her 'despite all marriages'. Wevill's husband attempted suicide, and they were s
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fotoFRIDAY V
Hope you had a happy friday. I know I did. :)
The rules are simple: write a poem or story about the given picture. It can be inspired from the photo, about it, or an element from it. There are is no line minimum or maximum: just think of this as a weekly 'prompt' to get yourself inspired. The contest itself can be found every friday on my journal, so be sure to take a peek and give it a try. :)
For more information about fotoFRIDAY (and stamps!) take a look here: http://youthculture.deviantart.com/journal/9988634/
This week's photo:
( http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/12305624/ )
A little note about billsabub --
billsabub has been kind enough to offer up his gallery to fotoFRIDAY. His work is aboslutely brilliant, and even if you don't participate in fotoFRIDAY, I highly suggest taking a look at his gallery just to see the quality and beauty of his work!
And for your reading pleasure, the poetry inspired by it:
( http://www.deviantart.com/dev
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Literature Preview - v5 Update
dAv5 brought some changes for dA literature, one of those being a change to the way we preview literature deviations. Rather than seeing a visual art preview or the standard dA literature preview, you now see a summary of the first few lines of text. This makes identifying and browsing literature deviations much easier.
However, in some cases a visual preview complemented the text submission and some deviants requested that the option to upload a visual piece of art with a literature deviation be returned. We listened :)
You can now upload a visual image with literature deviations and this image will show above the text when viewing a piece of written art. If you choose not to submit a visual image there will be no change to how the deviation is currently displayed.
You should also be able to view previews submitted prior to v5.
There will be no change to the way literature deviations are previewed, with the first few lines of text showing, though this may be tweaked!
If you stumble ac
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Spotlight on Non-Fiction (part I)
Here you have it, 10 selected pieces from one of DA's all but forgotten sections, the Literature > Prose > Non-Fiction gallery here on DeviantART. I'm sucky at scribbling any kind of writeups, but don't be scared away. The pieces are much better than my writeups. Check out their galleries too, many of the featured writers also excel in fictional prose and poetry.
:bulletblue: my bike trail journey by JoshuaMorrisonPhoto
The title may be bland, but behind it you can find a compelling and reflective journalistic account about a photographic bike trip. Like a good travelogue it makes you want to follow his footsteps (or bike trails).
:bulletblue: "Cum On Feel The Noize"... by PinkyMcCoversong
I'd have
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fotoFRIDAY VI
Hope you had a happy friday. I know I did. :)
The rules are simple: write a poem or story about the given picture. It can be inspired from the photo, about it, or an element from it. There are is no line minimum or maximum: just think of this as a weekly 'prompt' to get yourself inspired. The contest itself can be found every friday on my journal, so be sure to take a peek and give it a try. :)
For more information about fotoFRIDAY (and stamps!) take a look here: http://youthculture.deviantart.com/journal/9988634/
This week's photo:
( http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/32831129/ )
A little note about :dev-disposable-love: --
:dev-disposable-love: is another photographer who has offered up their gallery to fotoFRIDAY. Take a peek through his gallery and you'll be able to see the eye he has for setting a scene and playing it out well. I promise you'll enjoy it. :)
And for your reading pleasure, the poetry inspired by it (no prose! Where are you, prosemonkeys?!):
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fotoFRIDAY VII: Special Edition
Hope you had a happy friday. I know I did. :)
The rules are simple: write a poem or story about the given picture. It can be inspired from the photo, about it, or an element from it. There are is no line minimum or maximum: just think of this as a weekly 'prompt' to get yourself inspired. The contest itself can be found every friday on my journal, so be sure to take a peek and give it a try. :)
For more information about fotoFRIDAY (and stamps!) take a look here: http://youthculture.deviantart.com/journal/9988634/
This week's photo, taken by the lovely nuozek :
( http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/20747546/ )
Now I'm sure you're wondering, what makes this week so special? Well, this past friday I set before participating writers a particular challenge: using a potentially cliche topic and turn it into something fresh. Whoever brings forth the most well-written and fresh piece of writing will receive a print of this week's photo, courtesy of imperfect. Thank y
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'The Butler Did It!' Prose Contest - New
Ever wanted to commit a murder? Well, now you can! You might even get a prize for it.
Ever wanted to catch a murderer? Well, we can help you with that, too.
DEADLINE EXTENDED: EDIT BELOW
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The Butler Did It! contest is now open for submissions. Get your murderous thoughts going and kill someone, then try to cover it up. Hopefully you won’t be drawing from personal experiences for this writing task, but if you are who are we to stand in your way? (Please don’t kill us.)
Your task is to write what’s called a Ten-Minute Mystery. You must set a murder scene, have multiple suspects, and guide us through the investigation of said murder through the eyes of the detective solving it. Think of an episode of CSI, or a mini-detective story boiled down to the essential mystery.
Whether or not you have an interesting detective with a bit of a back story is up to you. He could be quirky, calculating, or just a plai
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In The End - Poetry Competition
Philip Larkin said far too many writers rely on the classic formula of "a beginning, a muddle, and an end". So we decided to muddle things up by giving you the ending to your poem before you even start!
Below are the end lines of four poems. We'd like you to choose one of them and use it not just for inspiration, but as the actual end of your poem.
This isn't a competition to replicate the original poems. We want you to create something entirely new and fresh.
:pointr:Choose one of these four endings:
her voice half heard as something overhead
-- a splash of white against the wavering sky --
drones through the clouds, mechanical, bereft.
--John Burnside
EDIT: due to conflicting versions of the Burnside ending, either 'light' or 'white' is acceptable in the second line.
her voice half heard as something overhead
-- a splash of light against the wavering sky --
drones through the clo
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British company launches modern poetry site
From here.
LONDON - British entertainment company 57 Productions launched a new Web site Tuesday which allows users to download and listen to poetry on their MP3 players and iPods.
The modern poetry site, called iPoems, will be available to the public on Wednesday, 57 Productions spokesman Philip Abraham said.
About 1,000 readings from poetry written in English are available for 95 cents for each audio poem and $1.80 for a video poem. The company offers a free one-month trial membership. After that, subscriptions are $18 a year.
One featured artist is Jean "Binta" Breeze who performs a Caribbean version of Geoffrey Chaucer's "Wife of Bath" tale.
At a London theater, artists, promoters and guests planned to celebrate the launch Tuesday evening, sipping champagne and listening to poets perform.
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Literature Gallery Update: Contest Special
I know what you're thinking. You're thinking "I can't write." or "Damn this writer's block!" or "Have I properly invested my savings in this growing market?". While we can't help with the latter, we can do our best to help you out with your writing woes.
The Literature Gallery is very often abuzz with a contest of some kind, and right now you have the option of getting involved in any or all of two major contests taking place simultaneously. Prosists and poets alike.
POETRY:
The In the End contest has just begun. You have been given the ending to a well-known poem, but rather than fill in the original beginning, you've got to work with that piece to construct your own. Use the end as your inspiration to begin.
PROSE:
GunShyMartyr and company have begun the The Butler Did It! contest. Writers, sharpen your daggers and brandish your candlesticks, it's time to write a murde
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:icondiamondsforever:
diamondsforever Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2008   Writer
Eh~

This page hasn't moved since forever.

:<

Dead so soon?
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:iconebony-snow:
Ebony-Snow Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2008
Any life signs over here?
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:iconartful-krayons:
Artful-Krayons Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2008
I wish literature was more important on DA
Anyway I am joining this group
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Diatsa Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2008  Hobbyist Writer
I wish the same.
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TheKingofFall Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2007   Writer
Still judging that contest?
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brennenxr Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2007  Hobbyist Writer
:heart:
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Calyptra Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2007  Hobbyist Writer
I'm so happy there's a place like this where I can meet other writers ^_________^
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uberspect Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2007
:+devwatch: ;)
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EmberGFX Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2007
joined, nice group =D
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thesearemembers Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2007  Hobbyist Writer
this looks really cool and i swear i am practically drooling over some of the details here, they're awesome! i'd love to join but most of my writing is on paper and i seem to never have the patience to type :( i might just have to get around to it now. :)
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