She was always dreaming of that one day,
when she’d meet Mr. Right and be swept away,
into a carriage of white where soft kisses may,
be strung upon her body like flowers in May.
But it’s April and the rain, it does pour,
upon her small body, soft, bruised, and sore,
and reality starts to sink to her core,
but yet she still dreams of something much more.
A man on a horse pulling a glass case,
riding with a slow, steady, saddening pace,
towards her while her heart she starts to brace,
because he is death and has finished this chase.
Slowly she lifts the lid and lowers herself inside,
she’s accepted the fact that alone she has died,
and no longer will she have the need to hide,
the times she wished she were happy, but instead lonely and cried,
She tried, that’s all she could do, she tried.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I hope you enjoy today.
I’m thankful for the people I care about most in my life. I love my mom, sister and dog, Sassy. I’m so thankful to have my best friend back fully again in my life. I appreciate everything she’s done for me and look forward to spending more…
"She never looked nice. She looked like art, and art wasn’t supposed to look nice; it was supposed to make you feel something."-Eleanor & Park, Rainbow Rowell (via aequih)
Close-ups of my current preliminary drawing. Shanice Bloodbloom
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Preliminary drawing for a new painting. Shanice Bloodbloom
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debracondensed asked: I love your style, everything about it is so over exaggerated, it's absolutely stunning. There's something about disproportion in human forms that's very attractive.
Thank you so much.
Yes, I love emphasizing and drawing focus to certain body parts and facial features that I’m fond of.
Art is the method of levitation, in order to separate one’s self from enslavement by the earth." -
"Untitled", Shanice Bloodbloom
I drew this a few months ago for my aunt.