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Blindly, Into OblivionLost in naivety, I find myselfBlindly, Into Oblivion by fir3insid3
Surprisingly devoid of any emotion
Perhaps the reason I was placed on this Earth
was to follow your footprints into the ocean.
ForgottenHe found himself in a roomForgotten by fir3insid3
surrounded by piano keys
A dream, a hallucination, some kind of justification
He found himself alone
in a library, he noted, dusted tomes scattered
a strange setting for a dream.
The piano keys plagued him
and the books he found to be empty
aside from dust and moths.
He followed the room
for the the sake of the dream
and found it to be a long hall
lined with empty bookcases
bearing at the end a simple piano.
The mahogany was worn; an antique
and the brass pedals covered in dust
much like the rest of the room.
His legs ignored him
and he found himself nearing the piano.
A void. Endless black.
Nothing but fear filled him.
He could faintly see the light of the room
though it slowly died out.
Blackness. Blackness and the feeling of falling
He found himself in a white room
Consciousness at last.
Though he couldn't recall a waking life
this must be it.
Confusion clouded his mind
and he felt cru
Hi! Welcome to my page. My name is Annie (no musical, redhead, or orphan references please, I've had enough of those to last a lifetime.) |
I'm a teen from United States. I'm a little hesitant to share my age, and I'm hoping that people won't judge my artwork because of it. The reason I do share my age is because I hope to meet fellow teen deviants who share my interest in photography and writing.
While my gallery is 99% full of photos, I really love writing as well. I don't usually share any poems or stories, though, unless they're nearly perfect (or at least pretty good for a person my age). I think I might want to be a book editor, because finding other people's mistakes is easier than finding your own, right? So in addition to taking every English class my school has to offer, I enjoy capturing macro shots and finding beautiful days to photograph.
Unfortunately, I don't actually own a DSLR camera. I have a Nikon Coolpix, which is a pretty good point-and-shoot, but is very frustrating to work with. I have absolutely no control over aperture, exposure, shutter speed, ISO, etc. which leads to small errors you may be able to spot in my photos (i.e. over-exposure, crappy focus). I've been trying to save up for a nice camera, so I'm doing my best with what I've got in the time being!
Please give my work constructive criticism.
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