It was the first week of September,
A pair of Dr Martens & tattered jeans
I couldn't quite look at you,
Your friend misspelled
I wish somebody had told me,
We learned a lot of things that year.
One morning I discovered I could write,
We buried our vague disgrace
And just like that our secret was gone.
Time stood there waiting,
The look on your face,
Your cheeks are stained
Fingers caressing a cigarette,
You are burden by the weightlessness
~~ i went back to this prompt, i think it missed this one.
Oft-time, when my contem-plates spin whirrish in my head
350 post-its. 33 colors. 4 glue sticks. 2 weeks.
I am incredibly proud of this piece like crazyinsanejumpingupanddownstoopid proud of this piece.
(The rays are so straight, it makes me want to cry.)
Consider this my vote for a new hevn reboot.
download for bigger size and better quality ^_^
Really should just be patient and see all of the remixes that will come out of Madisen's song, but I really liked this when I heard it and I couldn't help myself ;)
and i really think to donating my body to science fiction :p
* The family dynamic could be explored, including parents vs. kids, sibling vs. sibling, extended family, etc.
* A family's bloodline touches upon numerous cultures as well as periods of history.
* Some families are dysfunctional in various ways.
* Parents were different before they became parents. We could explore this further.
* Some people are adopted into families.
* Pets are part of the family.
* Family portraits are always interesting.
Possible ideas and thoughts:
How do we make memories? Why do we keep memories? How does memory even work?
As a community, we can explore favorite memories, memories we wish we had, even memories that we hope we can make. We can show how memory affects us and those around us and how we deal with the quirks of our own memories.
The mechanics of memory are ripe for examination and dissection as well as discussion.
* Memory is something we may eventually lose.
* A memory can be incorrect and change the perspective of things. Do we sometimes choose to misremember?
* We could examine the mind and where it stores memories.
* There are different ways we preserve and present memories (photos, writing, storytelling, etc.)
* What is deja vu? Could it be a memory from a past life, or are we re-living things over and over again?
EDIT: ah! it seems MattConley and I were thinking along the same lines. (maybe i should have perused the collab before releasing this record) - ANYWAY! let's keep expanding the theme!