Nighttime blabbering 334

The illustration is finished and colored. I have to say that I am not proud of how it turned out. One version went in a Facebook group for critique and I got a lot of good advice on what I did wrong. The thing is, this illustration, no matter how fun it was to create … Continue reading Nighttime blabbering 334

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Nighttime blabbering 333

There will be no video tomorrow. I haven't decided on what I wanted to talk about and I haven't had the time to do it. I am overwhelmed with things to do, text to read, stories to edit, tomatoes to water, stuff to relocate. It's a full day of work so I am really busy … Continue reading Nighttime blabbering 333

Time travel paradox (story and critique)

Time travel paradox Story by Shawn   „Protective gloves, check. Vortex proximity drive holding at 3.45 degrees dilation, check. Mars bar, check, and check.“, Jib counted his essentials. „Seriously? You are wearing a plastic wrap for clothing, about to travel million years after the dinosaur got extinct, set up a command post for the incoming … Continue reading Time travel paradox (story and critique)

Commodified Funeral

Until the last piece of my story comes out, here is a poem that you will surely love. Follow this guy. He deserves it. I am really amazed by the quality and the creativity he has. Absolutely and unconditionally beautiful.

Remember the name: Raptor Patton

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A plastic coffin smacked with many ads,
ten-thousand dollar casket for the dead,
“Our dear departed valued customer,
The tragedy of business ever lost.”

A pause, a glance at watch “we are sorry,
To continue fun’ral please pay a fee,
Fifty dollars for fifteen minutes more.”
No sooner paid than lights began to flash.

“Congrats to you our millionth customer,”
The Walmart priest announced through megaphone.
He jumped and danced before the body dead.
“Your patronage receives a meal coupon!”

Rev’rant orgy and sacred, gilded whore,
Driving greed for hollow culture false,
Sell our lives to those for whom no law
Can ever sway the ethics of the sale.

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