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Storms of LifeStorms of Life by Faithful-Imagination
Storms of Life
Leaning against the wall, legs outstretched and arms hanging limply by my side, I could feel the grime on the hard wall seep into my drenched shirt. I had propped myself against the gritty wall of the men’s public restroom, my only shelter from the raging storm outside.
A boom of thunder crackled in the distance, and a streak of lightning lit up the bathroom through the small window above the stalls. A puddle gathered near my feet from a leak in the wall. The sink dripped water into the clogged bowl beneath it. The water level rose higher and higher, one drop at a time. Sounds of water droplets echoed across the bathroom, creating a balanced tune. It was the music of a rainy day.
Fresh air blew in from outside, the smell of rain traveling with it. The window didn’t do much to rid the stench. Nothing could mask the smell of men’s leftover… whatever that gathered t
Out Of Time (Alyssa's Share)Share My Breath With Your Smile,Out Of Time (Alyssa's Share) by DraganTheMighty
Share My Dark With Your Beauty,
Share My Hug With Your Tears,
Share My Words With Your Laugh,
Share My Truth With Your Dance.
Share My Eyes With Yours,
Share My Silence With Yours,
Share My Hands With Yours.
Follow The SunFollow The SunFollow The Sun by DraganTheMighty
There is no light stronger than the Sun.
Follow The Sun
and no shadow of yours will ever catch you.
Why to stick it outWhy to stick it outWhy to stick it out by doodle-angel9
1. You never know. You really don't. Maybe this is the painting that leads to your ultimate success. Or maybe it's one you hide in your closet and pretends it doesn't exist. I find a lot of times as artist we have so many ideas and inspiration floating around in our brain that it's hard to stick with one project for a long time, but if you don't you may never know realize your full potential.
2.You'll learn new techniques. This might just be for me, but I find that when I force myself to complete a painting that feels likes it's going nowhere, I learn something new. Not just in a, "Wow I never knew I had it in me, next time I'll definitely keep going!" kind of way but in a, "Maybe if I do this, it'll look better" kind of way. And I find that really helps you to grow and learn as an artist because you're basically forcing yourself to find different ways to finish a piece of work and make it look better.
3.It'll help you become a serious artist. I'm not a serious arti
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