breathe in the bile
exhale the trust
flash-fry your mind
destroy your bleeding heart
life tastes bitter
but death is o so sweet
reroute your flow
let the razor speak for you
taste the nectar of release
clip your wretched wings
and fall into the void
I've decided to post monthly rather than annually. Granted, I'll be breaking my submission pattern, but I think this will work better. I like working to deadlines, without them I get nothing done. Having a deadline several months away doesn't make a good deadline, and any work that I do complete in that time will probably be lost before I publish it. A monthly target seems to be good. Hopefully I can keep this up when University starts next month.
This month I've submitted twenty-three deviations, and twenty-seven scraps. Comments are very much appreciated, positive or negative.
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The Fourth Fourteenth of August
Today is the third anniversary of StickWorld, my most viewed deviation. As per usual, I refrain from posting anything until this magical day arrives. I want to break out of this cycle, but I doubt I will - I just like being different.
This year I've submitted several deviations, and a few more scraps. Comments are very much appreciated.
This has been a very interesting year. I've both started and failed university at Imperial College London. A very enjoyable time there, although it may have been too enjoyable. All is not lost though, as I am starting a new course in Information Systems Engin
Another 14. August arrives. For some reason, unknown to myself, I only submit work to deviantart on the anniversary of StickWorld. This year is slightly different though, as I don't think that any of my work surpasses StickWorld. Therefore I have submitted quite a few scraps for you to look over. If you feel that any of them should be a proper deviation, try and convince me - you might be able to.
My life at the moment is consumed with my feeble attempt at relaxation and avoidance of the topic 'results day.' In five days time I shall find out what grades I have achieved for the past two years of work into my A-Levels. I shall also find out i