10 Years on deviantART!So like, woahhhh. 10 years. Crazy. How did time pass by so fast?More Like This
It doesn't really exactly feel like that long ago when I first started visiting dA and now it's already been a decade.
So kinda for myself (and also anyone possibly interested) here's a journal post recapping my last 10 years~ (Also sort of my journal in photography too, I guess.)
May 17 2002
I signed up on dA when someone in the drawing group I hung out with told me to check out his works here. I was only 14 then. I didn't use dA a lot at the time because it looked like this: http://web.archive.org/web/20030426063919/http://www.deviantart.com/
I was on a 15" 1024x768 display and the ad banner + dA header took up half my screen on every page load. Did not like. >_>
I dropped by dA every now and then, in Sept I suddenly found it a lot more user-friendly, the new version: http://web.archive.org/web/20030922013355/http://www.deviantart.com/
I added dA to my daily visit and I started mak
I Had a DreamWorldwide, women started becoming pregnant with things other than babies: small appliances, footballs, kittens, puppies, exotic wildlife, wads of clothing, and many unidentifiable objects... perhaps some not of this earth. Most (all?) are immaculately conceived; most of the pregnant women do not have partners.More Like This
At first there is panic. Emergency surgeries. Confusion. Official news of the events are suppressed but there are simply too many -- everyone knows somebody who has become pregnant with an object. Normal pregnancies still happen but they seem to be tapering off.
Many pregnancies are too large to be delivered naturally so there is an uptick in c-sections.
The first object officially delivered was a Cuisinart food processor. The doctor wiped away the goo and plugged it in with shaking hands, switched it on. It worked perfectly. 24 hours later the woman went home with a new $199 appliance.
Many were not so lucky: people without medical insur
When Writing a PoemYou don't think about writing a poemMore Like This
You just frantically scribble
Before the thoughts leave you
The perfect words to describe your stance
The perfect words to describe your beliefs
Not simply to state them
But to explain them
Nothing is simple
Reasons for reasons
Spawning more reasons
Is it to chase an unknown secret
Or to make sure my existence is acknowledged
Deeper and deeper
Nothing is at the bottom
But I will find it anyway
Not the bottom
Circulus VitiosusBang, bang.More Like This
The ringing of the gong.
The knocking on the wall.
Renegade warrior was wrong.
Sorrow's chorus permeates the hall.
Death creeps unto children until,
Dread fills the innocent till,
Irony's curse takes its prey's will.
Fate's wheel turning resonates shrill.
At the end of the moment,
Dead lies dead, nevermore,
Eyes stay open forever more
Ferment, ferment and lament.
Hatred's corrupting hand clings,
Pain snips at heart's wings,
Vengeance's slow response stings.
Fate's tide on shores sings.
Ever by end-times come,
Weakling broken, now strong,
Bullet pierces, ranged long.
Parted soul, now foreve