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Nonexistent PerfectionShe dreams of perfectionThe perfect guy, sitting next to herHis perfect smile, shining down at herHis perfect arms, wrapped around herHis perfect voice, soothing as he speaksHis perfect everything, perfectly with herHis words gentle, loving, genuineHe would never lie to her.He would never cheat on her.He would never hurt her.He would never stop talking to her.He's perfect, remember?She sits aloneHurt, indecisive, and unknowingOf why this dream can't be real.She waits by herself for something to happen.Nothing.Nothing ever does.She has been hurt.Hurt by her own imagination.As usual.
NaPoWriMo: Day 7Watch out.She’s a devil,that one.Glad for her spine,& her teeth,even God hands fear her.For she has arched her backfor a flower-womanwith sin drippingfrom her fingers-who taught herhow to laughlike the stars.
NaPoWriMo- Day 5She used to try and catch butterfliesuntil she realized their beautyrubbed off on her fingers;but she will always be loving youwith those digits.20 years from nowwhen even the love on her armsis unrecognizable.
My Greatest PassionMany people think that writing is as simple as putting words on paper or on a screen. They think, "all I have to do is think of some words, and write them down." But to a true writer, to a true author, it's so much more than that.Even here on dA, many people seem to pass by literature deviations as if they're not worth the time. They don't feel like taking a few minutes to read the stories, poems, and fan-fictions, for some reason. Do they not think it's really art? Do they think that written works shouldn't be on an art site, and therefore they needn't waste their time on them? Or is it just laziness? Possibly, all of the above. Or none.But regardless of what anyone else thinks, I know how I feel, and surely, how many other true writers feel. The things we write and post here, or anywhere, really, are like our children. They mean everything to us, because we created them with love and devotion, and tried our best to make them the best they can be. All we want is for them to be recog