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30 December 2005 @ 11:30 pm
Hah, well, long time no see?

I am aware that pretty much all of you are no longer interested in participating, but I certainly am. It would be nice if I could get a comment from everyone saying if they're still going to follow through or not.

Thanks. :)



P.S.- I should have my next one up by tonight.
 
 
Current Mood: chipperchipper
Current Music: Lycanthropy - Patrick Wolf
 
 
30 August 2005 @ 02:21 am
Title: There There (9/14 for Radiohead.)
Disclaimer: Mine.
Rating: PG-13
Note: Hah- this is me exploring the relationship between the selkie Celia and the vampire Alexandre from my novel/thing. It's not actually part of the plot- it's just something I realized kept coming up. I ended up with so many scenes where they are left in a room together, or with Alexandre the only one around to take Celia on a ride down to the sea.

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Current Mood: boredbored
Current Music: There There- Radiohead
 
 
20 August 2005 @ 03:08 am
Title: The Gloaming (8/14 for Radiohead.)
Disclaimer: Mine.
Rating: R
Note: This is a really...disturbing piece. Well, I guess it CAN be disturbing. Personally, I am not disturbed by it, but I don't know how y'all feel about it. Took me forever to write. Plus, I totally use the word "panties" and I totally apologize. I hate that word with a passion. But "underwear" sounds so STUPID. Typos abound in this, I am sure.
WARNINGS: dubious consent, paedophilia. And I mean...the guy is like 47, and she is like...13. Also, just general wierdness. And blasphemy.


softly open our mouths in the coldCollapse )
 
 
Current Mood: calmcalm
Current Music: the gloaming on MAJOR repeat
 
 
12 August 2005 @ 02:06 am
Title: The Scientist
Disclaimer: non-fiction?
Rating: G
Note: It's not supposed to make sense to you all. its meant for me, and only me. Its short, more like a drabble. But thats what im going for here. I didnt want to ruin the song for me because it actually means something to me and i felt like if i wrote original fiction it would change that meaning for me. enjoy.

The Scientist.Collapse )
 
 
Current Music: The Scientist ~ Coldplay
 
 
01 August 2005 @ 01:52 pm
Title: We Suck Young Blood(7/14 for Radiohead.)
Disclaimer: Mine.
Rating: PG
Note: This song is really distracting and therefore hard to write to. Let's see how it works out. I wish it made sense.

are you strung up by the wrists?Collapse )
 
 
Current Mood: calmcalm
Current Music: The Lament - Mediaeval Baebes
 
 
 
31 July 2005 @ 12:46 pm

Title: This Could Be Love (Love for Fire)
Disclaimer: Mine. But the song belongs to the Alkaline Trio
Rating: PG-13 (implication of sex)
Note: This writing totally sucked. I blasted it out in two minutes and I hate every word. I apologize beforehand.

 

This could be Love (Love for Fire)Collapse )

 
 
30 July 2005 @ 10:00 pm
Title: Where I End And You Begin(6/14 for Radiohead.)
Disclaimer: Mine, mine, mine.
Rating: G
Note: Still bored, and not inspired. So here's a drabble- exactly 100 words. And it really is sort of blah.

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Current Mood: accomplished
Current Music: Where I End And You Begin - Radiohead
 
 
25 July 2005 @ 03:40 pm
We are satin. We are shiny, smooth and refined, but our underbellies are rough and complex. We are roses. We are beauty in theory, but we draw blood. We walk among you. We may even be you. You would not be consciously aware, but in your heart of hearts, if you are honest with yourself, this knowledge smells like truth to you. We are satin and we are older than time.

We were feathered once. We lived on rocks and waited for others to come along and feed our souls. We waited for others to come along and die for the idea of satin. We sang in so many shades of orange. Bright, tart tangerine to draw down the righteous emperors. Dark, metallic rust to bind the cynical clerics. All the other poppy tones served to tie ribbons around the necks of the souls of everyone in between. The ones who did not know where they stood on the bridge. We were Helen. We were Cleopatra. We were others whose names you never learned. Ours were the songs of colorless dragons and very wise fishes. Our orange would find your orange and make it satin as well, and once we succeeded, that was quite simply the story of you.

We were the wise ones once. The wise ones in disguise. We turned our satin skins inside out and made you blind. We were the courtesans who saw and the concubines who heard. We were Delilah. We were Anne Boleyn, and still we were others whose names you never learned. We knew your secrets, and we knew what color orange your breath was better than you did. You did not even believe in such things, but we did. We knew. When we were hungry, we tuned our poppies in to the frequency of your poppies, and you fed us like a kiss. We changed the directions of roads and the reversed the flow of rivers, but we hid our satin and you thought the power was yours.

We are terrorists of the wisest kind. We destroy and alter according to our whim and you never know it because we are Scholars of Orange. We know all your stories before you even write them, because they were our stories first. We are invisible and walk among you unnoticed because we are satin still. We never go hungry and we never will. Not in a world of hallucinated cobwebs and mirror vision. We are ecstasy splinters. We are carnivorous harmony. We are satin, we are older than time, and we walk among you.



Original piece written by Shannon Hilson (cat_the_knife) and inspired by the song "The Power of Orange Knickers" from the album The Beekeeper by Tori Amos.
 
 
Current Mood: creative
 
 
23 July 2005 @ 12:22 am
Title: Backdrifts(4/14 for Radiohead.)
Disclaimer: Mine, mine, mine.
Rating: PG
Note: Ew, I am so bored. I feel sort of like I don't have a strong emotion for this piece. It's just sort of.....here. It's sort of long, and it freaks me out.
Warnings: Violence, pedophilia, child abuse, incest, and just general wierdness.

we tried but there was nothing we could do.Collapse )
 
 
Current Mood: calmcalm
Current Music: Backdrifts - Radiohead
 
 
22 July 2005 @ 09:34 am
I've decided not to use Dizzy Up The Girl for this because it's too difficult. Oops.

Now I'm just using Hail to the Thief.