Falling...Swallowing me, calling me, dazzling me, attracting me—those are what high, distant places can do to me. I try to lie down on this high cliff, head dangling at the edge, and my heart starts pounding as if it wants to escape from my rib cage—its prison—until the skin on the left part of my chest is all torn apart. Then, after letting my eyes close slowly and be at rest, after letting my hair flow gently on the breeze, after letting my ears hear all the sounds clearly, after letting my body feel each and every thing deliberately, I'll fall asleep, knowing you are there ready to catch me in this high cliff.Falling...4 years ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
We are at the edge of the earth floating.
Mornings are not always nice but the sun always is; each ray is filling me in. Evenings are beautiful, while the moon leaves a mark that no one but I can see. They say lights are made for people who can't see well, however, for me, it is made for you—their tiny part
Manifesto of AestheticismManifesto of ÆstheticismManifesto of Aestheticism4 years ago in Philosophical More Like This
I. There is no such thing as a solely true validity of meaning behind ambiguous terms like "moral", "value", "life" and "death", "love" and "hate", "good" and "bad", "true" and "false", "right" and "wrong". Any term which is by any means similar to the aforementioned words is in its pure meaning entirely dependant of the very person whose mind it was formed by or whose lips it has escaped. It is of completely subjective materia and therefore unique to the individual. No artistic craftsman shall ever question the personal Ideas and Ideals of their ilk, for personal meanings alone do not oppose a threat to anyone but the frightened and the coward.
II. The purpose of art for the individual is untouchable. Art may for example operate as a valve of anger, fear, grief or lack of self-confidence, but it may also function as a pastime, livelihood, abstraction, pleasure, etc. The reasons for any artist's striving is solely up to themself and th