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Romantic manifestos I

“The world must be romanticised. In this way the originary meaning may be found again.”

“To romanticize the world is to make us aware of the magic, mystery and wonder of the world; it is to educate the senses to see the ordinary as extraordinary, the familiar as strange, the mundane as sacred, the finite as infinite.” 6 more words


Chapter 70: Jasmine's Birthday

“Nyahahaha~! So~ yummy~!” A totally naked, one-meter tall cat-girl was happily rocking back and forth on a hammock, with a tub of eel flavored iced cream resting on her belly. 1,520 more words


Charging Crystals (without salt or water)

A few weeks ago I asked for recommendations as to what I should write about next; unfortunately, my brain has had a very hard time thinking about anything besides moving, so inspiration has run a little short. 751 more words

Home Life

The Happiest Place on Earth!

I live in Florida which means that I have been on many Disney World family vacations. I have had many unique experiences at Disney World. Most of  my favorites where from when I sang there. 1,033 more words


Warbreaker (Brandon Sanderson 2009)

This is another work of Brandon Sanderson, and since I have yet to read any of the Stormlight Archive series, this is probably going to the last I’ll review for a while. 774 more words


How To Survive Mercury Retrograde

Fiction can be a good tool, and a temporary suspension of disbelief is integral to a lot of things: art, magic(k added for supplementary potassium), even basic human interactions – you tell yourself a story about other people being decent and kind, even though they’re probably not. 926 more words


Fabulous Zebra

” I asked the Zebra,
Are you black with white stripes? Or white with black stripes?
And the zebra asked me, 
Are you good with bad habits? 103 more words