Watching the Sunrise

I’ve been admiring ball-jointed dolls for many years now and after much waiting, I finally have one of my own! She doesn’t have a name yet, but that will come eventually, I’m sure. I also know that dolls aren’t for everyone, but I just wanted to share her with all of you!

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Mr. Sunshine

I was doodling this morning and ended up drawing something that was much better than it had any right to be. I’ve discovered that I love using sharpies in this manner and I think I might try some more art in this vein, if you’d all like to see that.
Mr. Sunshine is a recurring character in my tabletop RPG adventures. He started out as a mime and grew progressively more wrong until he became a sort of eldritch horror, a fickle, smiling god. Most of the other characters I’ve played after The Mime ended up having some connection to Mr. Sunshine, and I personally think that small thread of continuity helps anchor the otherwise very different games somewhat. At least, it does for me. I have no idea what the other players think!

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Mr. Sunshine

I was doodling this morning and ended up drawing something that was much better than it had any right to be. I’ve discovered that I love using sharpies in this manner and I think I might try some more art in this vein, if you’d all like to see that.
Mr. Sunshine is a recurring character in my tabletop RPG adventures. He started out as a mime and grew progressively more wrong until he became a sort of eldritch horror, a fickle, smiling god. Most of the other characters I’ve played after The Mime ended up having some connection to Mr. Sunshine, and I personally think that small thread of continuity helps anchor the otherwise very different games somewhat. At least, it does for me. I have no idea what the other players think!

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Leave No Trace

This poem was done for one of my classes this semester. My goal with it was to imitate the style and themes Percy Bysshe Shelly used in the poem Ozymandias. Because of that, I had to really stretch to get some of the rhymes to work. Now, Shelly was a fan of near-rhymes in his own poems, so those don’t bother me too much in this. But a few of the lines I feel are a little too constructed-sounding. All that aside, I really do like how this poem came out on the whole. What do you all think?

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Once Upon an Autumn

Wow, a poem! I know it’s been a while, but today felt like a good day to share some of the poetic work I’ve been playing with. This is a short Renga tree, one of my favorite forms of poetry to teach.

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Once Upon an Autumn

Wow, a poem! I know it’s been a while, but today felt like a good day to share some of the poetic work I’ve been playing with. This is a short Renga tree, one of my favorite forms of poetry to teach.

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Robin’s Egg Blue

Yesterday, I found a baby robin still half in its egg lying on my driveway. I’ll never know how it got there, but I couldn’t leave it to die. I did what I could to save the poor thing, but shortly after the local bird rehabilitation shelter took it in, it passed away.

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