43 Recent Deviations
Featured: Brad Walst doesn't give a flying fuck.
I love you
I am a woman that feels for the same,
I known her forever and I love her name.
She is not just beautiful she is very nice,
And I love it when she looks into my eyes.
I am a girl that loves another girl,
When I'm around her I'm in another world.
the way she smiles even her sweet laugh,
I wish she was my girlfriend oh
I think I've gone mad.
I am a girl that loves the same sex,
Her kisses and hugs and how she pecks.
I can't help but lean and kiss.
But sadly I miss.
I try again one last time,
just to see if she'll be mine.
I do it right and I don't miss,
She says she wants one more kiss,
We do it again,
This time trying not to end.
I am a girl going out with a girl,
She says she'll give lesbian love a whirl.
After all these years hiding my real self,
Telling the truth is now my health.
I am Lesbian girl...!
And I'm proud of it...!
RecursionBen was awoken by a loud crackling noise. He sat up in bed, disoriented, and tried to figure out what could have caused the strange, but oddly familiar sound. Deciding that it must have been thunder, he stood up and walked toward the window. He peered through the blinds, to look for any other signs of a storm, but it was too dark to see anything.
Turning back toward his bed, Ben began to feel the after-effect of the two glasses of water that he drank before going to bed. He walked out of his bedroom, making sure to close the door behind him to keep his cat, Lucy, from wandering in, and navigated the hallway in the dim light provided by a few night-lights that were plugged in just above the baseboard. Approaching the bathroom door, he noticed that it was slightly ajar and stopped short.
"I thought I closed that." Ben said to himself.
Assuming that the door must not have latched properly, he proceeded into the room and did his business. While washing his hands, Ben looked in the mirror a
Void 9 Infobank: VTRX-47K
VTRX-47K; otherwise known as Vextrae, is a planet approximately 1.395 times the size of the Earth. Located in the Andromeda galaxy, the planet orbits a blue giant. Appropriately named "Bol'shoy Siniy," the massive star's title translates from Russian to "Big Blue." About 147 million kilometres from its star, Vextrae's orbit takes approximately 1.5 Earth years to complete, with each full planetary rotation consisting of eighteen hours. However, Bol'shoy Siniy is not the only star this planet sees on a daily basis. A smaller star- a red dwarf, can be spotted in the sky later on during the day. Carrying the name "Rebenok Solntse," Russian for "Baby Sun," the red dwarf orbits Bol'shoy at a 126.2 million kilometre distance. Its orbit is consistently 29 million kilometres ahead of Vextrae's and can be seen best in the evening, emitting a low red glow on its surface as the planet makes its rotation. During the night time hours,
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