--Elite Writer Alias: UnderINK Name: Ava Wilson ASL: Female / 21 / PA Bio: [ Quick Bio ] Website:[ Website ] Days Away: 2516 Life Story: Ethical Relativist [ Ignore User ]
Favorites: 25 Forum Posts: 161 Shoutbox Posts: 6 RP Posts: 0 Signup Date: 4957 D 13.58 Years 1.36 Decades 165.23 Months 708.14 Weeks 4.957000e+8 Heart Beats -There you go eggman Quote: "The writer is the engineer of the human soul." - STALIN // "What is poetry which does not save nations or people?" - MILOSZ
Seriously? The worst you could do was delete my work? That's okay, I have it backed up in thirty thousand other places. Anyway, be a better hacker next time. Also, I'm glad to see that (whoever it was that did it) you're too much of a sissy to say who you are. Good luck with your other hacks. I'm not a good target to get upset, sorry.
I would like to thank you for your words, for they have inspired me.
Yes, I realize you posted comments on my profile over six months ago. I read them at that time, and started to digest them. I logged in again later, and digested them some more. Now, half a year later, I log in, read it again, and decide I can at least be civil and reply.
Have I found my purpose in life, or at least in serving my cause? But do I still believe in it, and am I still fighting for it? Hell yes!
Thank you for your encouragement and your smart words. You've showed me that even with the world at my throat, there are still ways to fight. And until I die, I'll still be fighting the man just as much as I always have been. Actually, scratch that. Now, I'll be fighting for my beliefs even harder.
Perhaps someday we'll talk again and discuss our beliefs, views, etc. But until then, thanks again, and keep fighting for your own views.
Buy-in-large, you know I am right about that. There are enough people in the world that of course there are exceptions to every norm. Lots of sick and twisted people out there.
Besides, if you want to argue norms, then you can't argue that most people on your side say that they don't want abortions used as birth control while the vast majority of abortions are precisely that.
i think words have their own worth on a purely aesthetic level, which is why i can't begrudge the occasional thoughtless poem, if it's well-written. poets that build their entire cache of writing on thoughtlessness though... that's ridiculous, in my opinion.
and i agree with the interpretiveness of poetry. but if you want someone to understand that it's about lucifer, you've got to tell them. i read saint misery, and if i hadn't read the description, i wouldn't have gotten that. even they call me the Devil isn't very explicit... i mean, it's as laid-out as you get, i suppose, but who guesses the obvious?
i like that poetry can have layers. i like it best when the layers work together.