The figure let the hoard of thoughts blur the loathsome sensation of dust wedged beneath his fingernails. He had had a spade, he was certain, long time ago but it had been eroded into specks among the vast expanses of the desert. He was now ploughing the dust with his bare petrified hands frustrating himself with the distant chimera of finding something long lost and forgotten but treasured deeply. Time had slowly frayed the edges of this recollection leaving only traces of infatuation which pricked him like thorns at night and clogged the smooth whirlpool of his dreams.
Around him levitated pale and sheer walls, rising straight out of the d
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The second contest held at Digiversity (https://www.deviantart.com/digiversity) is finally closed. AFter a one-month extension due to requests and time constraints the contest has come to an end and the judging process will commence soon. The concept behind the contest was bringing visual artists and writers together in collaboration showing us where they find magic in the everyday world. You can view more details here:
I want to officially apologise for the inconvenience I have surely caused to some participants. There might be slight delays in the judging process and the announcing of the winner which are due to time co
I would like to sincerely apologize to everyone who participated in this contest in any way for the huge delay. I have had no access to the site for three weeks now and since I am the only one running the contest it was inevitable that the article isn't published on time. My deepest apologies to the entrants whose entries have not been yet submitted to the gallery and to the people who have been asking me about the extension of the deadline. It was supposed to be extended by one more month, until October 21st but to compensate for my absence I will extend it to November 11th, which gives you one more month to find a partner, create y
First of all I'd like to apologize to everyone who I should have notified of my leaving but didn't. The last day at home was very busy with preparing luggage and furniture so I had no online time.
My first week in uni was VERY hectic and ABSOLUTELY fabulous! Apart from the busy schedule, which completely drained me, I met so many new awesome people that even after I had internet on Thursday, I had no heart at all to spend time online instead of going out with my colleagues.
The big city isn't that intimidating and depressing when you have nice people to hang out with. Luckily for me I have three more pharmacy first-year students in my block