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My first night, after running away, was spent beneath an enormous tree in the woods, my entire life of twelve years, passing before my young, clouded eyes in a continuous carousal of hurt, bone aching grief, and fury. My father had told me once, that just before you die, your whole life flashes before your eyes and I might have welcomed death that night, but it never came. As painful as being betrayed by your brother, disowned by your family, and cast out by your people hurts, it should kill you. But that would be merciful wouldn't it? And God isn't merciful- not to my kind.
I punched the rough tree trunk, startled by the pain that shot through my hand and seared across my bleeding knuckles. I doubled over, gasping and seething, as I held my broken hand to my stomach.  Pain and fury wrestled up my throat, clawing from me with a ferocious growl, that echoed through the forest, and felt disgustingly pitiful in the shadow of my anger, as it melted into a jagged sob. My hands shifted
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And It's Okay
He hurt me.
I said it.
He hurt me,
And I wasn't asking for it,
I didn't deserve it,
And it wasn't my fault,
He just, hurt me.
And it's okay;
I'm okay.
It's okay to cry,
It's okay to be hurt.
He hurt me,
But he can't take anything from me.
Because of You,
No one can take anything from me.
I have my identity,
My dignity,
My worth,
My love,
My comfort,
He hurt me,
But he didn't get away with anything.
He gave me a bruise,
He cut me,
He may have even broken me,
But I have my Healer,
I have my Father,
My Friend,
My Savior,
My Helper.
And it's okay.
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GT Short: Runa's Secret
I reeled my tail in behind me, my heart clambering with panic and terror, as I plastered myself into the rough, cave wall, and gathered my long, scaly tail into my arms, certain a hook or a pair of huge fingers were going to find their way in and snag me by my fins. My gills burned and my lungs ached behind my ribs, as I panted in the dark, shrinking as far as possible from the jagged cut in the rocks I'd swam through. The heavy footsteps, of the Capaci teens above me, rumbled through the stone walls and through my being, pebbles and sand sinking down to the cave floor. The crevice in the rocks was no larger than a closet; if another Nix had tried to hide with me, one of us was certain to be dragged out. I grimaced at the thought, as fear sank it's talons into my heart in an iron-grasp. My stomach wrung painfully- how was I going to get out of this? Gods of the sea and sky help me- I should have never come to the surface, much less the shallows! The Capaci's bellowing voices rose, carr
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Having taken my share, I take a few healthy steps back, putting a safe distance between myself and the chocolate, where his tree-trunk like fingers are going to retrieve his dinner. I steal a glance at him, a curious smile tugging at the corners of his mouth, as he slowly leans forward. His eyes never leave me and I can't help but drop my gaze, taking a step back as he gets a little too close. My back hits the wall, startling me and I grimace at myself, heat flooding from my ears across my face. I wait for him to back off, but his fingers hover over the candy unmoving, and my chest rises and falls with uneasy breaths, as I lift my gaze up to his blue eyes, pooling with curiosity and care. I shrink just slightly, my gaze skittering away from his only to double take multiple times, almost certain I imagined the look on his face, but low and behold, it's there. Ever so slowly, he gathers up the chocolate, as if he's afraid of startling me again, and he retreats, holding me against
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Mirage Of Heartbreak
I wanna hear him say sorry.
Then, I wanna ask him why he's sorry.
I wanna hear him tell me everything he did wrong and how he messed up and how it hurt me and how it's not okay.
I wanna tell him that it wasn't okay and it still aches sometimes.
Then I wanna tell him it doesn't even matter anymore because I stopped caring.
I let go because it hurt more to hold on.
It always hurts more when someone you love hurts you,
Rather than someone you hate.
Less shock,
Less betrayal,
Less disappointment.
I wish I hadn't hoped for him-
I want to forget all expectations I had stored up for us.
He never existed.
That's how I'm surviving right now.
Is that wrong?
Is it weak.
How else do I stop hurting everytime I see him,
Hear his voice,
See his words,
Feels his presence.
How do I move on.
How do I heal?
God I have cried so many tears,
Supressed so many tears I still don't have the courage to cry.
I don't have the courage to hurt for him.
I'm afraid it will kill me.
And he isn't even aware...
I don't
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_____Kindle tried to pace, but her legs felt like jelly and she sank to her knees, wringing her wrists anxiously, her insides doing somersaults until she felt sick, Please don’t let him find the key- and help Mere save the others- and maybe- only if it’s possible- don’t let them leave me here alone-
_____“Wren,” Reyner said strangely, suddenly in the doorway. He studied her, his brow furrowed in thought and a small smirk on his lips, “What happened to the key in my pocket?” Her stomach twisted and she clamped her mouth shut, taking a step back. He started toward her, closing the distance far too quickly. She stuttered, her lungs trembling,
_____“W-what- what -key?”
_____“Wren,” he said warily as he grasped the sides of the table and leaned in slowly, “I’m not playing here.” Heat shot up her neck as she slunk back beneath his gaze. “I need that key back.” She stumbled over the edge of a coin
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My God Is A King Disguised As A Knight
My God is a King,
Disguised as a Knight,
Stepped down from His palace,
And into my night,
He mounted a horse,
And swiftly He road,
Through the dark wilderness,
With His kingly head low,
His armor was speckled,
With the mud which flew,
From the road which He took,
The only way through,
And though He was muddied,
His armor shone bright,
Through the filth and the grime,
By the moon in the sky,
And all that stood hidden,
The outcasts and thieves,
That cowered and crouched,
In those forsaken trees,
They knew by the glint,
Of His splendid apparel,
That a Savior road by,
On His way to slay peril,
And when He arrived,
At my slovenly shack,
He leapt from His steed,
And He never looked back,
He strode to the hobble,
And gently He opened,
The door to the pigsty,
That of which I dwelt in,
And there at the wall,
Did I cower beneath,
The hand of my lover,
A murderer and cheat,
And I wept and I begged,
That he would love me still,
That he'd not punish me,
Ever faithful to his will,
But he was cruel m
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Little Captive
The night had gone from bad to worse in a matter of seconds.
The girl knew that going out when people occupied the room was dangerous, and all the advice from her father rang inside her head like warning bells. Telling her to turn the other way and leave this stupid idea behind.
Her father had gone to bed, and Talia had snuck out.
Starving a couple nights in a row wasn't uncommon for the tiny family, and she knew that, and she'd had enough of it. The rooms in Moonlight All Night, were usually left fairly messy, that gave her enough of a chance to get in and out without being seen or noticed, but from her current leverage point under the TV stand, she could see the huge pairs of socked feet from a young mother and father, trying to get their squirmy daughter into bed.
Talia huffed, ducking a little further into the shadows, easily avoiding any eyesight of the three humans in the room.
Huge, giant beings that stomped around everywhere they went. Unknowing and uncaring for her own
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Dumpling ch. 13
“Okay, Dumplin’. What’s this one called?”
“Rosemary.”
“Alright. And this one?”
“Burdock root. Because it looks like a bird’s leg. Bird. Burd-ock. Burdock root.”
“Must be a weird lookin’ bird if it’s leg’s lookin’ like that. Now, how ‘bout this one, then?”
“Cloves.”
“And this beauty?”
Nenani crossed her arms, regarding the dark haired Vhasshalan with an unamused look. “…Yale, that’s a weed.”
He waved the plant in front of her teasingly. “Aye and this weed’s got a name.”
“Creepy thistle.”
He laughed. “Creepin’ thistle, Dumplin’. Creepin’. Not creepy.”
“Looks creepy to me. It’s all spiky and stuff.”
“Yeah, it does a bit. Hmm. Well, what about this one?”
“Oh! Ooh…uh, that’s the weird sage. Clearly…no, uh…clarly…l
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Thorns (G/t) Chapter 7
Troublesome thoughts raced through my mind, images of me pathetically peeing into a little bowl like a dog or a plant or anything horribly humiliating enough to be small enough for me. Every part of my brain screamed to ignore it, feeling as pathetic as a small child asking to use the potty to their parents. I didn't want to stoop to that level. But every inch of my body screamed Pee, you weak bitch. Get over yourself.
The nudge of a finger brought me back into real life and I glanced back up at Ashton, his eyebrows concerned.
“Ay, you alright there? You look like you're in pain, almost like-“
“I have to pee.” I blurted out before I could stop myself, the pressure against my bladder growing stronger and my face instantly reddening.
Ashton blinked at me blankly for a second, before his mouth flinched slightly at the corners, spreading into that amused smile of his, eyebrows raised.
“Ya don't say. Hold on, I'll be right back.”
Before I had tim
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DUMPLING ch. 11
“Um...Jae?” she called out into the dark. “I can’t see anything...”
“Give me a second,” Jae replied from somewhere ahead of her. And suddenly the space around them exploded with opaque light. Jae stood next to the wall to her left, his hand falling away from a large orb set into a metal bracket on the wall. He regarded her with a smug grin. “Impressive isn’t it? Maevis made them for me and Hev made the brackets. Connar and helped me put them in since I haven’t the first clue on this kind of thing. I mostly watched and held his tools for him. Oh-! Connar’s another human. He hangs around Hev’s workshop, but he kind of has his own space near the stables. He was probably the one to make your marker there.”
Nenani touched the metal trinket resting against her clavicle. “They said there were four other humans plus me.”
“Yep. You, me, Barnaby, Connar, and Sawyer. And Kent, but he passed away a few
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Thorns (G/t) Chapter 2
My heart and head began racing and spinning a mile a minute as I ever so slowly stood up, shaking from head to toe and utterly unable to tear my gaze from the terrifying spectacle in front of me. The creature’s shaggy brown hair was still tumbled downwards at the watch-like contraption on his wrist. I couldn't quite make out a face.
'J-just walk away slowly. Yeah. That's the best thing to do. This never happened. That thing never happened.'
It felt as though my whole body was buzzing, standing so closely to that skyscraper of a person as I carefully began walking backwards, clutching the plants next to me for support. My stomach knotted tightly beneath my ribs.
'Slowly.....slowly...You’re so close…so close to the fore-'
My whole world suddenly slammed on top of me as my foot caught in between to prickly branches just outside the woods, and with a loud shriek I fell back down, definitely bruising something. My luck.
I yelped and quickly clutched my hand
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  • Listening to: My chihuahua snoring.
    I want to start a discussion about description. Despite many classics having more description than dialogue, it's popular opinion today, for writers to be told to keep their descriptions short and to the point. Although, even I am guilty of sometimes skipping over chunks of description, at the same time, I can't help but think this opinion is kind of silly and more of a sales tactic. Everyone has different levels of how much description they can handle, there is no perfect ratio, and I'm an honest believer in the idea that if you write a good story that means the world to you, your audience will gather to read it, an audience that enjoys a story with the description/dialogue ratio you naturally use. Not everyone will love your story- that's a given- and you must remember that. Don't write for the pleasure of the world, write because the story must be told, and you are the storyteller, and so it is your duty to tell it. 
    All this being said, writers know, if they have entered the painstaking world of editing, that there is such thing as too much description AND too much dialogue. Chunks of beautifully written splendor get cut out and saved in a secret folder for our own enjoyment. But I want to hear some honest opinions about our writing and how we balance description and dialogue. I want to hear opinions about my writing and about yours. Do you think you struggle with too much description? I know I do. One sure-fire way I always use to balance things out, is to consider the shot. 
    I'm a super visual person, whatever I read or write, plays in my head like a movie. Since highschool, I've helped my brothers film amature shorts and music videos and made up a few storyboards, so it's probably no wonder that when I write, I see each moment as different shots. They don't have to be solely from the main character's POV because sometimes they're focused on the main character in a way that isn't something he or she is seeing, but focused on what they're feeling. This is where my balanced descriptions fly out the window.
    I want to express, exactly what the main character is going through. The feeling of her stomach sinking, the way her fear overcomes her with trembling enough to make her voice waver and her fingers shake. This kind of description tends to draw comments like, "It's hard to follow what's going on." And a lot of the time, makes even me, feel like I'm repeating myself every paragraph. I try to compress the description and get the point across without taking the reader out of the story at hand, but it requires a lot of clever wording that doesn't in any way come easily. 
    This is where considering the shot really helps. What do I want the readers to see in this moment? First off, if the story is written from the main character's POV, it needs to be only things the main character can see, feel, and know, and even then, it should only be the things the main character is giving notice to in this moment. Just because there is a beautiful, sandy shore, with palm fronds blowing in the breeze, and white, foamy waves rushing across the sand, doesn't mean your main character will be paying attention to all this, when cornered by a pirate at the edge of the beach and the jungle. No in that moment, she's focused on her fear, that's upsetting her stomach and making her knees weak. She focused on every little move the pirate makes, trying to read his expressions and gauge his character, despite the fact that she's already decided to believe that he's no good. She focused on what to do next, where to go, how to get away.
    The scene, although it would be fast-paced, would also have the feeling of time slowing down, as she is hyper-aware of every single move and every second ticking by. She notices his hand twitch beside the handle of his sword. It scares her. She glances to his eyes, striving to read him and she comes to a conclusion after reading his expression. This might be written:

"His fingers twitched beside his baldric and I shied back a step, my breath catching in my throat. A dark, mischievous spark played in his honey-brown eyes, his brow cocked and a smirk tugging at the corner of his lips. Anger kindled in my chest; he was playing with me."

    Something I've decided is I hate writing, she looks here or I glanced there. I don't want the reader to see the main character's eyes move from here to there, I want them to experience what that character experiences when they look from here to there and see what they see. If this little scene was in storyboard form, it might look like this. A hand twitching next a sword. (Of course from the direction and POV of where the main character is standing.) A shot of her initial reaction, her face, her shrinking back a fraction of an inch, and the way her shoulders tense when her breath catches. Instantly, we move to the pirates face, taking in the expression and perhaps the small action of a smirk. Finally a reaction shot of the main character, her on edge expression now deepening to mortification and anger. Even though I didn't write it, I still picture her fist tightening in that last sentence. Sometimes I skip on showing an action because the character doesn't even notice the action, it's involuntary and they're more focused on their thoughts or feelings.
    So enough about my writing. I want to hear about your writing. I want to know your opinions on what balanced description looks like and how much you like to write description and how much you like to read description. What are your techniques on keeping your writing balanced? 

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"Let all the skilled artisans among you come, and make everything the Lord has commanded." Exodus 35:10

I don't have a preferred medium of art, I like to dabble in everything, BUT that being said, writing tends to be less frustrating to my perfectionist OCD lol. I have a million and one stories waiting to be written but I'm desperately trying to get this ONE finished, so that all my work can start to support me. I'm starting to try to not be such a perfectionist and see my art the way other's see it- so that I can take commissions and get the job done without becoming emotionally involved haha

I'm taking free commissions right now, I'd just absolutely be so appreciative of kind donations to my paypal account, to fund a missions trip this coming June. I've been charged not to talk about the trip over social media because it could endanger our chances of getting into the country, but if you have any questions, I can talk about it through email ;D So keep me in your prayers!

I really like g/t I just wish there was cleaner g/t- so, instead of just wishing, I hope to make my own. It's what I always do anyway. I see a movie or a book and I like the story or character so much I have to make one of my own the way I would have done it. I don't do vore, though I try to remain realistic while not being too graphic. I'm not going to write about pervs- it's just not happening.

I'm a Christian, no I was not brain-washed. I'm a Homeschooler, no my parents do not keep me in a closet. I'm a redhead, no I do no- OH WAIT. Yes I do have a temper.

Do Christians annoy you? Well, mean people annoy me. Tell you what, you can talk trash to me, if I can talk Christ to you. Fair is fair. ;]

Please do not try to talk to me through personal notes, unless I know you and have met you in person. I'd like to think anything you have to say to me can be seen by the thousands of other deviants. ;]

I love this! The following is written by CheyennevanStrange cheyennevanstrange.deviantart.…

Dear Acquaintances,

To the Sin family, of the House of Sin, in the Providence of Flesh, in the Kingdom of Satan:
Arrogance,
Pride,
Greed,
Hate,
Gluttony,
Lust,
Envy,
Sloth,
Occult,
And extended family

Consider this a formal declaration of war.

Goodbye,

- A Slave of Sin Saved by Grace

Current Residence: The Moon.
Favourite genre of music: Every genre you can think of [in the Christian catagory] EXCEPT Metal with ONLY screaming. lol
Favourite style of art: Anything that comes to mind.
MP3 player of choice: none, MP4 player lol, ipod!
Favourite cartoon character: Pooh Bear all the way. hahaha
Personal Quote: For if God is with is, who can be a against us? Nothing can separate us from the love of Christ.- AP

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  • Listening to: My chihuahua snoring.
    I want to start a discussion about description. Despite many classics having more description than dialogue, it's popular opinion today, for writers to be told to keep their descriptions short and to the point. Although, even I am guilty of sometimes skipping over chunks of description, at the same time, I can't help but think this opinion is kind of silly and more of a sales tactic. Everyone has different levels of how much description they can handle, there is no perfect ratio, and I'm an honest believer in the idea that if you write a good story that means the world to you, your audience will gather to read it, an audience that enjoys a story with the description/dialogue ratio you naturally use. Not everyone will love your story- that's a given- and you must remember that. Don't write for the pleasure of the world, write because the story must be told, and you are the storyteller, and so it is your duty to tell it. 
    All this being said, writers know, if they have entered the painstaking world of editing, that there is such thing as too much description AND too much dialogue. Chunks of beautifully written splendor get cut out and saved in a secret folder for our own enjoyment. But I want to hear some honest opinions about our writing and how we balance description and dialogue. I want to hear opinions about my writing and about yours. Do you think you struggle with too much description? I know I do. One sure-fire way I always use to balance things out, is to consider the shot. 
    I'm a super visual person, whatever I read or write, plays in my head like a movie. Since highschool, I've helped my brothers film amature shorts and music videos and made up a few storyboards, so it's probably no wonder that when I write, I see each moment as different shots. They don't have to be solely from the main character's POV because sometimes they're focused on the main character in a way that isn't something he or she is seeing, but focused on what they're feeling. This is where my balanced descriptions fly out the window.
    I want to express, exactly what the main character is going through. The feeling of her stomach sinking, the way her fear overcomes her with trembling enough to make her voice waver and her fingers shake. This kind of description tends to draw comments like, "It's hard to follow what's going on." And a lot of the time, makes even me, feel like I'm repeating myself every paragraph. I try to compress the description and get the point across without taking the reader out of the story at hand, but it requires a lot of clever wording that doesn't in any way come easily. 
    This is where considering the shot really helps. What do I want the readers to see in this moment? First off, if the story is written from the main character's POV, it needs to be only things the main character can see, feel, and know, and even then, it should only be the things the main character is giving notice to in this moment. Just because there is a beautiful, sandy shore, with palm fronds blowing in the breeze, and white, foamy waves rushing across the sand, doesn't mean your main character will be paying attention to all this, when cornered by a pirate at the edge of the beach and the jungle. No in that moment, she's focused on her fear, that's upsetting her stomach and making her knees weak. She focused on every little move the pirate makes, trying to read his expressions and gauge his character, despite the fact that she's already decided to believe that he's no good. She focused on what to do next, where to go, how to get away.
    The scene, although it would be fast-paced, would also have the feeling of time slowing down, as she is hyper-aware of every single move and every second ticking by. She notices his hand twitch beside the handle of his sword. It scares her. She glances to his eyes, striving to read him and she comes to a conclusion after reading his expression. This might be written:

"His fingers twitched beside his baldric and I shied back a step, my breath catching in my throat. A dark, mischievous spark played in his honey-brown eyes, his brow cocked and a smirk tugging at the corner of his lips. Anger kindled in my chest; he was playing with me."

    Something I've decided is I hate writing, she looks here or I glanced there. I don't want the reader to see the main character's eyes move from here to there, I want them to experience what that character experiences when they look from here to there and see what they see. If this little scene was in storyboard form, it might look like this. A hand twitching next a sword. (Of course from the direction and POV of where the main character is standing.) A shot of her initial reaction, her face, her shrinking back a fraction of an inch, and the way her shoulders tense when her breath catches. Instantly, we move to the pirates face, taking in the expression and perhaps the small action of a smirk. Finally a reaction shot of the main character, her on edge expression now deepening to mortification and anger. Even though I didn't write it, I still picture her fist tightening in that last sentence. Sometimes I skip on showing an action because the character doesn't even notice the action, it's involuntary and they're more focused on their thoughts or feelings.
    So enough about my writing. I want to hear about your writing. I want to know your opinions on what balanced description looks like and how much you like to write description and how much you like to read description. What are your techniques on keeping your writing balanced? 
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Thank you for the watch and favorites! Llama Emoji-10 (Shy) [V1] 
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NP I love your stuff Haruhi Suzumiya Emote - Thumbs Up love your writing and your storytelling 
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It's so awesome coming across others who are unafraid to say here that they serve the Lord! I noticed in your section where you list, bulleted, sins, you have "occult." I was heavily into the occult (and, very specifically, darker aspects of occultism) before the Lord Jesus Christ became my Redeemer.
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