Seriously?Really? You think I care? You're not worth two shits,so why should I? You said I didn't see the real you. You were right, but now I do. You are an overreactive 2 year old with A LOT of problems. Now leave me alone :iconKing-76: because I honestly could care less about you now. You don't even have my pitty. You are nothing to me now. I have seen the real you and frankly I don't like it. You yell at me and my sister and you whine to my friends and me about your problems every five minutes. So tell me, why should I care? So, as I have said once before, :iconfuckyoubyeplz: Good bye dick!More Like This
I'm Here...I look at you with tears,More Like This
And see your blood stained wrists.
I see you tears are stained
All down your puffy cheeks.
I see the pills laying there
All scattered on the floor.
I fall to my knees
Right there beside you.
I pull you in to my arms
And cradle you close.
I know what you wanted.
I know you wanted death to take you away.
I hold you as if you were my child
And stroke your wet hair.
"I am here for you dear sister."
That is what I say.
I kiss your forehead
That you do not ask for death another day.
Nevermore I say.
For I am here for you.
To help you ever day.
I am here for you
To talk and to play.
To make the bad things go away
To make you see it will get better.
To make you see the good in living,
To make you see it's not all bad...
I will never leave you,
For you are my sister.
I am here, my sister, that is why I stay.
How to Plot Like a GrimIn ten simple steps, you too can plot like a Grim.More Like This
1. Get an idea
This can be a brief snippet of dialogue. Or an ending that just seems perfect. Sometimes it's just the concept of what I'd like to see a character go through. I write that down. Usually it doesn't see the cold light of day for at least a couple months, but when I've thought about it long enough and can't seem to get the idea out of my head, that's when I sit down and start plotting things out a bit.
2. Work out the basic plot
Now that I've got the idea, I need to work out the basic details. But how do I do that? Well, I write it down. Then I think about the different angles to get to that idea. I write those down. If it's dialogue, who's talking? What do they feel? Who are they talking to? If it's a snippet of a scene, who's in the scene? Why are they there? What are they doing? What's going on outside of that scene?
PE: Story Planning Week!Greetings everyone and welcome to another fun-packed week at projecteducate! This week has been teamed back up with CRLiterature and will be focussing on story planning!More Like This
What do we mean by “story planning”?
Planning a story sounds like an easy task- even at primary school level you are taught that a story must have a beginning, a middle and an end. However there are plenty of important elements that build a story; a lot of prep work that can actually improve the quality of your novel writing in the long run. This can cover almost anything- from world building, character development, creating past history and plot mapping etc. There is a huge range of elements that can turn your idea into a strong well-structured novel.
Are you going to tell me how to write a novel?
Not exactly. We can’t tell you how to approach your novel and how to write it from chapter 1 through to the end. We’re not giv
Worldbuilding: Environments and Social StructuresAre you ready to build a world? Good!More Like This
The Magic Gateway, by jerry8448. This is what we want to do with worldbuilding.
Worldbuilding is a complex process, because it is essentially creating the base of a different reality from our own. An author must pull together all the elements of a 'world', and capture that in text. This applies in any genre of writing. Even non-fiction has aspects of worldbuilding because it has setting and world details the same as fiction. In any genre, if the world is flat, the story will be flat and one of the best ways to build a fictional world is to know about one's own. Stories and readers both require an interesting and engaging place to go to, and our world, as well as any imagined one, can provide this! Because our world is the base of most human experiences, it is a great place to understand for both personal and writing reasons. If the author understands the sett