|These prints are to hopefully make some extra money to help pay for my accommodation and cost of living when I eventually start studying at University.|
My BelovedWe meet a few years ago.My Beloved by ArtLover57
You flew to us on a winter’s day,
Not sure what you’d find.
All the while,
Absently searching for a hint of home
amongst strange people and places.
Your golden light first drew me in.
That sun-like radiance
chased away the clouds
and lit up my world.
Eventually the sight of those wings
you bore upon your back
faded into my reality.
Who else could see them?
Day by day,
Those wings grew clearer.
By the time they were as crisp
as the snow I first saw you in,
It had already felt like I’d spent an eternity
entwined within your warm feathers.
Once or twice a year you flew home.
Back to what you knew,
But away from me.
I do understand though,
It was an unavoidable necessity.
Yet every time I saw you
disappearing into the horizon,
My heart wept,
Longing for the gentle caress of your feathers.
Could you ever hear it calling to you?
I knew there would be a day
When your wings wouldn't carry you back.
I always dreaded that day.
Did it have to c
Labels and StereotypingThis is a literary essay about labels and stereotyping within 4 texts, thus it will probably be rather boring for most. So, by all means, skip to the conclusion if you wish to see the real message. Don't worry, I won't be offended.Labels and Stereotyping by ArtLover57
We live in a world of labels and stereotypes. Even in the different time periods of my texts this is apparent. Two of my texts: “Mr Van Gogh” by Owen Marshall and The Phantom of the Opera directed by Joel Schumacher, based on the musical of the same name by Andrew Lloyd Webber, deal with the stereotyping of the individual person rather than the generic label. Atonement directed by Joe Wright, based on the book of the same name by Ian McEwan, and The Book Thief by Markus Zusak, consider the idea of the group of people under a label being stereotyped instead of the individual for their individual traits. Both of these connections are affected by the mind sets of that time period.
“Mr Van Gog
Laws of Anime PhysicsGeneral lawsLaws of Anime Physics by RainbowSeizureFox
1. The more retarded a plan is, the more likely it is to work. (e.g. Naruto)
2. In cooperation with the first law, the main enemy always has a genius plan that fails.
3. When a character gains the possession of a giant robot, they immediately know how to control it without prior training. (e.g. Evangelion)
4. The longer the series continues, the stronger the enemies get exponentially. (e.g. Dragonball Z)
5. Villains either are butt-ugly monsters or gay dudes. Certain exceptions are an amalgamation of both. (e.g. InuYasha)
6. The main character is always small and wimpy-looking, only to hold a tremendous secret power usually explained to him by a wise old person.
7. The bad guy has fan girls. Especially if he's a transvestite.
8. The quicker someone dies off, the more likely they are not really dead. (e.g. Bleach)
9. Getting stabbed multiple times only kills you if you are unimportant.
10. Additionally, any unimportant character NEVER gets into fights. If they do, th
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