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Let Him Drown


I need to pull those weeds in my garden.

But I have practice with my vocal coach,

dad probably knows someone-

and there goes the ship. 142 more words

Fairy Tales

Welcome To The Land of Tales

Hi, welcome to Once Upon An Art, where Little Red Riding Hood isn’t as sweet as she seems, and the Evil Queen isn’t as evil as you think. 25 more words

Fairy Tales

Jay B.R. Wokky Ch. 5.3 Fritter's Discovery

Chapter 5.3 Fritter’s Discovery

On the way home from the Tulgey Wood, Fritter saw something gleaming beneath a tree. He stepped off the path, brushed the leaves away, and found a small green bottle of liquid. 260 more words

Fairy Tales

Gender Roles in Fairy Tales

Preface: A recent class I took regarding writing, interpreting, and understanding fairy tales was the motivation for this piece. My instructor asked me “Would the gender stereotypes and differences of men and women in fairy tales relate and carry over to the real world?” I never got around to submitting a good answer to him, so this is my way of answering it even though the class has ended at this point. 1,402 more words

Random Ramblings

I like this (No.39)

Not only is this from one of my favourite films, but also a concept well worth remembering.

“Fairy tales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten.”

Neil Gaiman


Leslie Hudson Does Not Write Love Songs (except for when she does)

I won’t lie. The first thing I noticed about Leslie Hudson was her striking red hair. The second thing was her keyboard (a Roland), that she was setting up while I was helping run cables for sound for last Saturday’s Kenmore concert. 797 more words

Leslie Hudson

Life is not a Fairy Tale

Ever since I was a kid I would always plan out my life. Disney was very popular in both households, so of course I was going to live this fairy tale life; happily ever after. 362 more words