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Die Freitagnacht by Knight-Poet, literature

To the Lost and the Unfound by Knight-Poet, literature

The hard turn by Knight-Poet, literature

The Strange Companionship of the Bathroom.... by Knight-Poet, literature

SealCrackHealBreak by Knight-Poet, literature

visions of dread and beauty by Knight-Poet, literature

Allein - Tag 10 by Knight-Poet, literature

The Gem by Knight-Poet, literature

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I know who did it by Knight-Poet, literature

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Die Freitagnacht by Knight-Poet, literature

To the Lost and the Unfound by Knight-Poet, literature

The hard turn by Knight-Poet, literature

The Strange Companionship of the Bathroom.... by Knight-Poet, literature

SealCrackHealBreak by Knight-Poet, literature

visions of dread and beauty by Knight-Poet, literature

Allein - Tag 10 by Knight-Poet, literature

The Gem by Knight-Poet, literature

All right by Knight-Poet, literature

I know who did it by Knight-Poet, literature

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Dear Death - Letter Seven: Death by Knights-of-Orange, literature

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Artist // Student // Literature
  • May 13, 1986
  • Germany
  • Deviant for 8 years
  • He / Him
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Favourite Movies
The Ninth Gate, Miller's Crossing, No Coutry for Old Men, The Man Who Wasn't There
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
The Black Keys
Favourite Books
Neverwhere (Neil Gaiman), Neuromancer, Count Zero, Mona Lisa Overdrive (William Gibson))
Favourite Writers
Terry Pratchett, Neil Gaiman, Neal Asher, William Gibson

Freedom!

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I feel another rant coming on. What's more, it is about how I understand art, once again! Art is supposed to be free. It should be free. Free to do its own thing. Free to be its own purpose. But! Art should also be free to be political. Opinionated. Not only about beauty, but about issues. Free to be unpleasant, uncomfortable. All art is about things that matter to the artist, in one way or another. That can be both "Ars gratia Artis" (Sorry for stealing, MGM!) and art that kicks some issue right where it hurts. And another BUT! Art does not exist in a vacuum. Art exist as much because an artist makes it, as it exists because people see i
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'I' and 'You' and 'They' and such

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Hi all! This time I thought I'd write a few notes on the people in my poems and my short fiction. The "I"s and "You"s and "They"s, as they occur. "I", for instance, is not me. Never. But... "I" is also never entirely not me. There is a bit of me in every first person narrator I write, be it in poetry or in short prose. How much there is varies a lot, and in some of my poems there is rather a lot of me, but: Always differentiate between the author and the narrator. They are not the same. (The first person narrator of "Back to the Office", for instance, bears no resemblance to me or anything I would want to be or do. Nevertheless, somethin
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Why I Write

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Why do I write? For multiple reasons. There are things in my head. Things that want out. I have these ideas that I don't want to keep to myself. They are like nagging secrets, and secrets are worth nothing if not shared. But I will not simply tell them. When I write Fiction, or poetry, I can express myself, tell secrets, express what I mean, and yet at the same time I don't do all these things. I hide myself, my meaning, behind smoke and mirrors, behind words. Sometimes it is easy to see through it, sometimes the truth is further removed, but always others have to discover their own versions of the truth. So I get to tell a secret and keep
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As always: Thank you for the favourites and the encouragement :)
As always, it is my pleasure ;)
Meinen Dank *verbeug*

Welcome to CRLiterature!

 

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Thank you,

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Thanks :)

and sorry to bother you about this, but all the guideline links just seem to direct me back to DA's front page... where might I find those guidelines in the group?
Hey!  I am SO sorry this has taken me FOREVER to fix!  Life got really busy for me... :grump: This message should work:


Welcome to CRLiterature!

 

We are so happy you have joined.  Our Journal is filled with community news and features that many find incredibly helpful!  Our #CRLiterature chatroom is always open for you to connect with fellow writers, provided you read our Chatroom Guidelines.  The gallery is open to News Articles that are in some way related to the literature community and the guidelines can be found here.  If you’d like to contribute writings, please look at our Favorites Submission Rules.  Any other questions should be directed to the admin team via notes.

 

Thank you,

WeirdAndLovely

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