You know... I bet Smaug really liked that.
That liquid gold bath. He spent all that time in the dwarves mountain with all that gold and access to the furnaces and smelters, and never once considered melting the gold down into a relaxing hot bath.
You know... That's probably why he stayed under the surface so long. Probably kicking himself for not thinking of it sooner. He could have been soaking his scales in liquid gold!
Dick’s not gonna die:
But they’re turning him into an edgy spy with short hair and different features that totally isn’t like Dick at all:
What I’m doing to do about this (like with most of N52)
This about sums it up for me. This kind of story line would have suited Jason Todd better, IMO.Reblogged from alexisbatgirl
Swiftly spins the world
Earth has got to be dizzy
This explains a lot?
Yeah… I had way too much time alone with my thoughts last night. This was a random string without any editing, whereas the previous haikus went through at least four or five revisions before I was happy with them.
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Lend me your lighter
Set fire to the memories
Burn them into ash
I wrote the haikus on a spare white legal pad that was often used by my co-workers, both for making lists as well as doodling when shifts were slow.
I didn’t leave any poems at work, though…
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Listen to the snow
They’re the prayers of Demeter
Silent as the grave
Last night, work was really slow. There was an incident at my workplace which made things really quiet for the entire shift. The weather also didn’t help, because of the snow and ice on the roads. I didn’t really mind, though. I got to thoughts of writing and poetry and haikus in particular.
I haven’t written any poems in ages, it feels like. While i’d like to write some longer pieces, I think for now the shorter ones, like haikus, are a good warm-up.
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Went on a haiku binge at work. Will be posting them later.
Here’s the thing.
I read a lot of scripts. A lot. From professionals to aspiring writers to complete newbies. Features and pilots. Specs and treatments.
And 8 times out of 10 the fan fic that I’ve read over the last, oh, 15 years is leagues better than this stuff. It’s…