CreativityCreativity, set me on fire.Leave me hanging on your last word and pull me so close.I want to hear your wisdom; I want to breathe in every part of you. I want to be kissed by your knowledge and learn to understand.Just so I can stand on my own.Be my pillar and lift me up for the world to see.Show them my layers. Let me spill my colors.Emotions reflected in a mirror image of all the parts of me.I am glad to be blessed by you today and forever.Creativity is my eternal treasure.Never to give it up, sometimes sparked.Sometimes fizzled. Always speaking to me in riddles.Let me figure out the puzzles.To make a work of Art.
Giving upGiving upThe last song has been sung by the mistralIt is about a sad love one has never hadLike it's been written in all the old creedsand how all our efforts have been decriedWe onced vowed to stay together, whatever befallsWe said it with nothing to regret, and yet...our trust, and love, and faith were sulliedwith bitter facts none of us can denyWe have fought, we have given it allbut people still fret, won't forgetSo, slowly but sure we recedefrom the passion and say goodbyeThis time for sure, we shallletitdie....
When I look at anothers art...When I look at anothers art... When I look at anothers art and the drawing looks so realistic, like a photograph, my first impression is 'wow'. Then when I get to exploring it, it may start to fill me with some kind of emotion, and then naturally I compare it to myself, and the question always comes to mind, 'can you do that?' I feel challenged, and my competitive nature comes out, and then theres my confidence. I don't like that about myself, I can't just look at it and enjoy the sight without feeling rivaled. Realistic drawings like that make me uneasy....is it because I feel somewhat jealous because I don't think I can
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