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Documentary Tuesday. Make it a Documentary Night. As if there were ever a different kind of war than “dirty”…
Documentaries are just as suspenseful as a written hollywood script. And it tells a truth you’ve never known. Don’t you wanna? If anything, just watch it because ‘they’ don’t want you to… and along the way, gain a little insight. ;-)


Happy viewing!

Documentary Tuesday. Make it a Documentary Night. As if there were ever a different kind of war than “dirty”…
Documentaries are just as suspenseful as a written hollywood script. And it tells a truth you’ve never known. Don’t you wanna? If anything, just watch it because ‘they’ don’t want you to… and along the way, gain a little insight. ;-)


Happy viewing!

You are my muse. Without you my movements have no meaning. I’m just a half succession of poetic lines with no metrical form. I need you to make me a complete verse.

T

Dedicated to ewitty by author!

(via quoted-books) Everyone should have a muse — in life, in love, in art. If yours has yet to find you, go out and search for him/her/it… Because creation stems from inspiration. Have you been inspired today? I have. Daily. 😉 ewitty.

And finally we’re here
You want what I want
So we tell each other without words Your eyes bear your thoughts
And you beg me to see you
I lean in for a kiss and taste your lust
And as you move forward, I know
You want what I want
My eyes bear my thoughts
The green light ignites
I’m nervous
I’m anxious
My skin, the only thing keeping me in place
The only thing stopping my body from going every where at once
Our skin is on fire
Hyper-sensitive to each touch
This is it
You want what I want
Finally we are here
And this is it
All of IT

I have only ever known one truth
A truth that could climb walls
Dig ditches and escape in the night
A truth that returns to me so bitterly
That it makes me bite my lip
And curl up in the sheets
A truth so chilling it makes my teeth shatter
Gives me goosebumps and makes me pray for morning
I’ve never not wanted the truth
I’ve never ran from it like a ghost
I’ve never wanted to be lied to
Until the night you told me you didn’t love me
Now I only want lies
I only want mistruths of twisted facts
White lies of fairytales too good to be true
Of dwarfs and princesses shipwrecked on islands
Of kids that never age who dance with friendly giants
Of endless time and endless pixy dust in a land with no name
And love with no end
I can handle the truth
But only if it’s a lie

What is this tension between us?
I think it’s these clothes
These man-made rags
Mantling our mortal parts
Concealing our organic figures
Forcing us fabric inches apart
Artificially absorbing these pheromones
Osmosing our corporal heat …
I feel constricted
This tension isn’t the friction I had in mind
No crease of this souI I want to hide
I’m ready to break the ice
Melt it to the ground
Set fire to these costumes that consume us
These factory made tatters produced for the masses
I prefer nature’s course
Do you feel it now?
This tension between us?
Yes
Skin on skin and nothing in between

There are thoughts that hang in the air
That hang on the tips of tongues
Thoughts so delicious they dance on tastebuds and tickle palates
Thoughts that only need three syllables and three words
Thoughts that when only two people share
Uttered can change the world

This was love: a string of coincidences that gathered significance and became miracles.

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Half of a Yellow Sun

Submitted by: tiffanyhill - Thanks!! (Any way to submit is great :)!)

So, yes I am a Documentary head. I watch a lot of them. So this is my nomination for the week. It totally took me by surprise. Completely well done and extremely humanizing. For me to say it is a story about real people may appear ridiculously redundant as it is a Documentary, however, it’s a story about real people every where. It’s not a limiting story as some documentaries can be, it tells more than one tale. It is humorous exactly where it should be and absolutely where it shouldn’t be. You’ll feel conflicted throughout. It makes you cringe at being so human while at the same time revel in the knowledge that you are.  

Make it a documentary week! Happy viewing.

So, yes I am a Documentary head. I watch a lot of them. So this is my nomination for the week. It totally took me by surprise. Completely well done and extremely humanizing. For me to say it is a story about real people may appear ridiculously redundant as it is a Documentary, however, it’s a story about real people every where. It’s not a limiting story as some documentaries can be, it tells more than one tale. It is humorous exactly where it should be and absolutely where it shouldn’t be. You’ll feel conflicted throughout. It makes you cringe at being so human while at the same time revel in the knowledge that you are.

Make it a documentary week! Happy viewing.

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