|A full six hours of work rolled into this one, all for a friend I only see occasionally. I love christmas too much.|
GirlycakesUnder sweaters, hoodies- hiddenGirlycakes by Kydo
Through makeup barren, only hinted
In shirt slogans, spirit whispered
Dark of lock, (Which means her hair : )
Light of heart, (Which means she's fair)
Low on luck but always there
By fashion, she's been tormented
By peers, she is insulted
By love, she'll be exalted
Shy and scared, naeve and scarred
Repressed for you, sings in the car
Teenage life a journey too far
Word and wheel for leg and wing
Through pain, tears sing
Dreaming for her diamond ring
Secret locked in love
Betrayed by friendly dove
Fears she'll one day be above
Age is important to me, in regards to the level of work I put out, because I am finite. I will eventually die. I am working on a time limit and I need to get as much done while my body can still do work, before I start to lose my body and mind to the corrosion of age. Before my hands are crippled by arthritis, preventing me from doing delicate art work. Before my mind is destroyed by alzheimer's or whatever I wind up getting. I need to take advantage of the excessive emotions a young mind produces, to work with overwhelming passion.|
Art may be my trade, but it is not my goal. If art was my goal, I'd be done by now.
I have things to do.
Current Residence: The 4plex next to the arena in Sylvan Lake Alberta
Favourite genre of music: I like what I like. No single genre can satisfy my taste.
Favourite photographer: Nobody in specific at the moment.
Operating System: Windows 7 is satan's ballsack.
MP3 player of choice: 4 gig Hip Street mp3 player bought at a Wal*Mart checkout lane!
Shell of choice: I like crab shells. I mean, they have armor on thier eyes, even!
Wallpaper of choice: A photo of a horrible car accident involving a man and his new and now dead and bloody wife.
Skin of choice: Mine, but sometimes I wear other peoples'.
Favourite cartoon character: WAY too many to list here.
Personal Quote: "I would rather go to hell as myself, than go to heaven as a pawn for a book."