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I wrote this after seeing this picture. [link] It was just a very inspiring and peace invoking picture in my opinion and I don't think I did the picture justice by I tried. He has many cool pictures in his gallery so check him out!
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Think I'm off my game. This is really long and rant-like. I hope that some find merit in it though. Comments/critiques welcome.
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Did this last night at two or three in the morning. Took me about two hours with my ADD.

Hellsing (C) Kohta Hirano
Dracula (C) Bram Stoker

Enjoy!
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Thought about this during class the other day. The title is still a work in progress. If you can offer constructive feedback on this piece I would appreciate it.
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I haven't been writing very much poetry lately.  This past year has been a rather strange, un-creative time in my life and I quite honestly feel like I wasted the lion's share of 2013.  This poem is a rather simple and short result of that feeling of disbelieve and shame that comes with wasting so much of your precious time.  I hope those who read it enjoy it for what it is.  As always I welcome any feedback. 

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Ah, the trials and tribulations of raising a dhampir...

Again, betaed myself, so it might suck a little.

Alucard blood idea: saw a D/Dracula picture a while back (is in my faves) in which the theory was that Drac had bit D himself and that had something to do with why D was stronger than other dhampirs... Well, this follows the same concept.

Also, gotta love poor babysitter Seras. Oh, if ANYONE has any sugestions on a different title PLEASE GIVE! This title sucks.
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Whoo! I hope this cleared up my writer's block (I'm not quite sure yet). But... I like this poem! It's an elegiac poem (a poem praising a dead person) and it makes vague references to being set in the American Civil War. It's about a woman (who is possibly forced to turn her plantation into a war hospital) who finds her fiancé's dead body in the yard, and she both mourns him and praises his bravery at the same time.





Please leave, nice lovely constructive comments or I'll come and egg your house. Word.


EDIT: Fixed some stuff
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Written for :iconlit-visual-alliance:

For the original image, visit by :iconkrazypenguin:
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This is a story inspired by a story my grandmother told me. It was well received by my creative writing prof and I'm considering entering it into a contest. I would love some feed back on it. What you like or don't like?
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I got an A! :D
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