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Leatherworking with Mokomoko by silverteahouse Leatherworking with Mokomoko :iconsilverteahouse:silverteahouse 231 10 O Captain! My Captain! by Nanihoo O Captain! My Captain! :iconnanihoo:Nanihoo 122 18
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leap through eternity
i will sink my teeth into a supernova
to let the stardust and
cosmos
slide down my parched throat and
wash over my intestines,
like a pebble
drowning in the sound--
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:iconghearradh:ghearradh 152 83
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ocean lungs
you weigh something like gravity
in my tired expanse. you are
sand;
(my once splendid mountain)
my love is the ocean
that has worn you down.
with my monstrous tongue,
i pulled you in.
as you fall,
sweeping peacefully into the depths
and filling each crevice,
i am learning to inhale shores.
some would say i'm suffocating
and bring me buckets of air (only to have it
escape my slippery grip).
no, the tides need something heavy
to make of her
a home.
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Ponyo : Ship Shape by staticwind Ponyo : Ship Shape :iconstaticwind:staticwind 9,692 718 Hulk Smash Spin Class Instructor by deadlymike Hulk Smash Spin Class Instructor :icondeadlymike:deadlymike 598 63
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146 pounds
my mother tells me that i should be ashamed
for dipping my baby carrots in salad dressing,
that my food doesn't need the salt i sprinkle on it.
my afternoon tea doesn't need any sugar, skip
the lemonade and drink the water instead.
do you really need that?
her sharp tone echoes like military orders in the face of combat.
she tells me that at my age, her jean size was half of mine
and i resist the urge to tell her that maybe that means she
had half the character i do.
shopping with her, she butts heads with a body-image complex,
telling me to quit fooling myself and pick the next size up.
i shock her time and time again when i cram my corners into
every article of clothing i selected on my own.
how will you ever get married?
& i wish i could tell her how boys have seen me naked
in the emotional sense of the word, how they have found
truth and honor ready to burst from my so-called "fat rolls."
she will never know that i am a garden with an unlocked gate
and that each o
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:iconlearningtobefree:learningtobefree 502 288
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Survive the Zombies
       In the wake of nearly every disaster, fatalities occur long after the event has taken its initial toll. Whether it is a volcano, hurricane, flood, plague or zombie attack, the general pandemonium following a crisis often causes more problems for the survivors than the original disaster. The most threatening aspect of surviving the impending apocalypse is hordes of mindless drones, either in the form of zombies, angry mobs, or the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Paranoia and suspicion of others are the best ways to avoid being swept up in this deadly pandemonium. As long as quality of life is not part of the issue, staying shut away in an overly sterilized air lock with a lifetime supply of canned food will probably keep you breathing the longest. Of course, if retaining humanity is factored into the equation, your options are far less clear. As social creatures, humans have evolved to react as a group, similar to pods of fish and herds of
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Solar by jslattum Solar :iconjslattum:jslattum 899 107 Looking for my Prince Charming by Blavatskaya Looking for my Prince Charming :iconblavatskaya:Blavatskaya 891 141
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terabyte ruins
we've clicked the help button
on the tool bar.
we're the first to admit we're confused.
this morning the council met with a proposal
to replace god.
there have been complaints.
"dear eternity, i'm disillusioned
your god is a single snapshot of deep space
and a soundtrack of silence.
i tried pressing reset.
my old model featured google images,
a personal blog, and a comment section.
yesterday's god had to be recharged.
it was a rough way to be hardwired,
but there was a five-year money-back guarantee
and excuse me, but i'm dissatisfied.
i'm not so sure about redemption,
and i saw it on the news yesterday:
they recalled the golden rule.
it had a bug called desire."
give us a refund,
and we'll continue shopping.
our browsing has offered up
some promising candidates:
headlights, streetlights,
and technological giants.
we're not sure yet, god,
but we're pretty sure you're out.
it doesn't come highly recommended,
but we're considering a newer model:
idolatry. instant gratification.
passion.
:iconInkatMidnight:InkatMidnight
:iconinkatmidnight:InkatMidnight 124 89
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Empty Gardens
It was a wine-petaled pansy
that my mother pruned from the garden box;
it reminded me
that I had blossomed late and wilted.
At fourteen I created pansy petals of my own,
waking up with hot-fisted cramps
and the proof I was a woman.
I was not a rose, perennial,
as I went from blooming monthly
to not at all.
I would rather spend a day
curled up like the fetus I may never carry
than flat on my back wondering
why God allowed worse women than me
to bear children.
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:iconcallerofcrows:callerofcrows 135 89
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Dead Bodies Don't Cry
i.
You are born with twisted feet
and a pockmark on your chest.
Your poor mother is drenched in sweat,
straining to breathe,
thanking God that it's over.
She cradles you in her arms
and kisses your forehead with curved lips.
Your father reaches out to hold you
but has to pause because
your mother will not release you yet.
The family pays a visit,
hovering in awe, praising, laughing.
You look around for someone to blame.
ii.
When you learn to write
you use all the wrong letters
because you feel sorry for the ones
that get left out, like X and Z.
And you wear mismatched clothes
because you don't like the idea that
only certain colors "go together."
The first time you are punched
in the face it is by a girl with pigtails and braces.
You're sitting on a swing,
digging your toes into the dirt,
when she approaches
and says she thinks you're weird.
You tell her she's even weirder, and her fist
goes sailing into your jaw.
You're red and sore for two days.
You meet your first crush
on bleachers
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:icontheemptychest:TheEmptyChest 459 173
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United States Summer 2011
America alienates me.
From touchdown in Atlanta it is obvious I am, so to speak, no longer in Kansas.
I am asked what I am doing here. Repeatedly, and not always in a nice way. I want to answer with the obvious, that I am queuing endlessly for the privilege of being cross examined by an unfriendly customs officer who wants to know all kind of private details my best friend doesn't even know, but I swallow it back and smile meekly, while trying to act like I am not nervous, frustrated and insulted.
Procedures, waiting lines, probing questions, stamps and signatures, and then, finally, the liberating "Enjoy the United States".
I never felt more alien.
Security checks,
passports, fingerprints, eye scans...
I just want my love.
******************************************************************************************
America amuses me.
This first meeting scratches only at the surface. I encounter all the clichés and smile inwardly: the food portions, the convenience stores, the SUVs.
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:iconprettycrazy:PrettyCrazy 115 141
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Scales Of Life
01010010 01001001 01010011 01000101  -  We begin our quest on the scales of life    
I- The newborn wolf cub: The first emotion reflected in his tired eyes is that of mystery; a 
curious devotion to the enigma of the moonbeams that cut through the trees, reflecting in 
his inexperienced gaze. He calls out to the blinding light, beckons for its shadowed silence,   
and eventually finds comfort in the embrace of mother's love. In that moment, he hears no
cruel sound his purity can't contest. He shuts 
out the light as he slowly drifts away to rest.      // Perfection was a value whose worth / 
                                                                      //was
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wonder how complicated immigrating must be if you're from another planet?
thinking about seriously writing again.



stretching these days: looking at poetry and different kinds of music and lots of chai in the morning.
fall is here.
still can't sew. drat.
  • Listening to: clarinet concerto no1 in f minor

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Thanks so much for including my work in your favs gallery! I really appreciate the support. :heart:
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Thank you for adding Gross Anatomy to your collection...sorry it took so long to get back to you, it's been a crazy couple of months. <3
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