The air is warming up, you know what that means.
Time has come where my feet can be freed of its rubber soled cage.
Can feel the hot, the cold, the smooth, the rough.
But most importantly, they can wade through your liquid crystal rapids.
Mud can squelch between each toe,
a cold sliminess that tries to hold each foot down.
I can balance on your tricky slippy rocks,
retrieving foul balls that wonder in;
no one else wants to strip down to their bare toes or get their shoes all wet.
I’ll gladly go and enter your pools,
Listening to your distant babble.
Soon my dear.
Steaming dragons breaths in the dark, sweating brows in the light.
The ground shifts its colors,
specks of reds, orange, yellow brown.
Movements are explosive, as we wade our way through a sea of dead leaves.
The world saturates its colors, bright vivid waves pounding our pupils.
Trees shed their weight until, soon, they will be nothing but skeletons.
Nights get crisper, the stars twinkle brighter as the moon hangs in the blackness.
Now is the time of the night, sucking away the rays of the day,
warning us that there is something harsher coming.
Hey guys! The third part of “My First Beltane” is now published! Go check it out!
Missed the second or first part? Go check them out as well!
I am a ghost floating silently thought these halls with no one noticing me.
I am a punching bag who takes your criticism without fighting back.
I am a doormat who lets you wipe your shitty feet on my heart.
I am a sandbar letting your waves of anger pound and roll over my head.
I am a dog bound by its leash, where you go is where I go.
I am your daughter, but I don’t feel like one.
So I started making a corset with these two types of fabric and had a ton left over so now I’m making quilted pillows out of them. When I’m done with them I’ll upload them to my Finished Craft Projects page where they will be linked to the store that will be selling them. Hope you enjoy the sneak peak! Pictured: front of pillows
Guillermo Del Toro’s “Crimson Peak” isn’t like most modern horror movies. There’s no abundance of cheep jump scares (there’s a total of two in the whole two hour movie) or tons of gore to get reactions out of people. The scares come from the creepy atmosphere that Guillermo creates on top of Crimson Peak, the hill of blood red clay that stains the snow to look like blood.
As far as acting goes I thoroughly enjoyed all the performances that were given. Mia Wasikowska plays Edith a young writer who has never known what love is. Tom Hiddleston once again is playing a “bad guy”, however this character of the suave newcomer from across the sea is different. He’s regretful and feels torn between his decision, he changes over time and that’s what makes this “villain” so interesting. Charlie Hunnam plays the best friend who wants to protect Edith from the newcomer. It’s a shame he plays an American because I really want to hear him use his accent one of these days. Jessica Chastain is hands down “the bad guy”, her acting of paranoia and mystery is spot on.
The effects are done by one of my new favorite studios Legendary Pictures. They did effects for “Godzilla” and “Pacific Rim” not to mention several other projects. The effects used are mainly on the ghosts/spectator of the house giving them a strange wispy mist surrounding skeleton-like figures. And the great thing about it is that the effects didn’t rule the movie, they simply accented the film.
I hope you guys go out and see Crimson Peak (and I also hope you like it). I highly recommend it.
If you’d like another opinion of the movie go check out this blog.