but anyway ‘the laughing song’ from die fledermaus is great

even if it has nothing to do with real bats pshhhhhh

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you know what. it’s good. ALL writing should be more like a balanced meal

gentle, beatific smile

although i want to point out that i do this 100% of the time and apparently what that gets me is forks. WATCH OUT. YOU COULD FALL TO THE CUTLERY CURSE AT ANY TIME no probably not

a game of writerly rock paper scissors

forks, liquid, ??

A message from amarguerite
Classical allusions! ;p But you've also got a way of phrasing descriptions in a way that throws a reader slightly off-balance, as if to make sure that they're still paying attention.

the classics are a built in part of my personality (comma unfortunately)

I DO TAKE JOY IN PHRASING THINGS THE WEIRDEST WAY I CAN

I AGREE ABOUT FLOW that is why one must naturally convey the fluid physics by beautifully described other means. 8)))

a lot of my description when you truly get down to it is “like the ocean or whatever i dunno”

A message from fuckyeahmarshworth
contrarily when i think of your writing style i think of, like, liquid immersion, not least because i seem to remember a lot of very smooth enveloping descriptions of, idk, bodies in space... bodies wearing flowy silk... BODIES TOUCHING SEXY SCARS ok i'm done now

SOUNDS ABOUT RIGHT

everything is liquid. light. hair. abstract emotional concepts.

what is the most noticeable thing of my writing style?

accursedasche:

Explain?

mymodernmet:

British artist Matthew Simmonds carves historic architectural structures into blocks of marble and stone, producing unique and intricate sculptures.

YESSSSS IT’S SO GOOD. you should export rosa to your court of parasol-wielding debutantes, no um

she and felicity do not need to be in the same room together

ever

fun facts time

one of my fave professors in college was the Classics Consultant for, of all things, Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure