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HallwayThe hallway was silent, dark and cold. The lights were all off, the doors to various rooms closed and the inevitable silence that ensues once everyone is asleep, electronics put to standby and the distinct hum of lights finally put to silence, becomes a cacophony in the emptiness of the hallway.
The hallway becomes a playground for shadows and dreams and nightmares, the imagination runs wild with ideas of what could be lurking outside of a door, crawling on the ceiling, creeping along the walls, and smoking out of electrical sockets. Ideas of spiders spinning their new webs in the corner at the back of the hallways comes silently to mind obscured by the more fantastic dreams of lonely monsters making friends with children.
The hallway can bend and stretch, twist and turn, fade away and become obscured in light that can't be seen under the door. It becomes a portal into a new world, a passage to someplace different; there are stairs where there aren't supposed to be stairs, light
Pool Room IIHow can I keep doing this? What good does it do? Nothing about this can possibly help. It's been awhile since I've gotten myself into this. This little pity party for one person.
Sometimes I can trick myself into it. Sometimes I can imagine myself dropping into the pool and just sinking into a yellow-green light that emanates from no particular point and no particular place. Sometimes I just find myself swallowing the water and realize I'm doing so long after I have fallen in.
It's like I just slept-walked into it, roaming about my universe in a comatose state, walked around into my pool and wake up sinking far below the surface; no top, no bottom, just endless liquid and an endless yellow-green light.
Sometimes I swallow and feel the fluid leave from my eyes. Sometimes I just let myself drift through the liquid and let go of my sense of direction. Sometimes I try to cling to the edge of the pool or just let my feet hang in the water.
Most of the time, how
An InquiryA question to everything and nothing; a bit of curiosity for things, somethings, some things and some of things. An observation of what we look at, what we feel and what we experience. Taken the observed and questioning it from how much it may weigh in our hands to what it may weigh in our minds and at some undetermined time; determining the symbolism of the object in reality and in dreams.
Ask a question about the self in general and then relating it to yourself and then question the answer you gave yourself and determining if it can be reciprocated to the original question. Can people feel this? Can I feel this? Can they feel the same way? These are questions of the same answer each answered differently and viewed differently.
To what extent questions answer themselves is wholly determined by those asking the questions; only they can determine if they want to understand or not.
Ask a question of the world, of the collective consciousness, of dreams, of fears. Ask questions regarding
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