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Heartbroken Memory BoxHeartbroken Memory Box by edvykoi
Heartbroken Memory Box
I can remember us as clear as yesterday,
Two soul lovers caught up in a dance.
We met each other at a tender age of 13 and 18,
And immediately we became enticed.
You became my reason for living, my other half,
We kissed, we hugged and made love.
I thought I had everything until
That faithful day my family moved,
That was when I thought I lost you for good!
Then, four years down the line we got reunited,
That time, again, I'd thought you be mine!
But, it seemed your heart had changed,
You didn't seem interested, our love had faded.
We began to quarrel, argue and I made mistakes,
Then one day, you decided to let me go for good!
Was it me or you who have changed?
And forgot our love in our younger age?
Was I a fool to think we'd last?
Today as I move on to my new love and close our memory box,
I can't help but think.
Robbery of an Experience Robbery of an ExperienceRobbery of an Experience by edvykoi
I've always heard the saying, "You can never understand a person's situation unless it happens to you." I had never understood why it took people so long to get over certain incidents such as getting robbed. Heck, I even sometimes criticized and would be judgmental towards the victims and say, "They shouldn't have worn so much jewelry," or "They knew they were in a rough part of town!" It wasn't until the exact same incident, that I had ironically criticized, happened to me that I learn to understand what people go through when things like that happen to them and that everything wasn't always in control. Despite it happening three or so weeks ago, I can still remember that day as if it had happened yesterday. The day I had got robbed will be a memory that will never leave my hea
How to make money outside and inside DeviantArtThis is meant more for younger, newer deviants who have run into a spot of trouble making some extra cash,How to make money outside and inside DeviantArt by Toxxistorm
I see many people posting how they make no money on their prints through DeviantArt.
To me, it just seems like all you need is a lesson in business.
First, before you do anything, realize what our "Target Audience" is.
Do you draw anime? Or do you take pictures of cute animals? Or are you into realism? Let's face it, you aren't going to find very many older people who enjoy fine art on the internet. Try and figure out what age group your work appeals to.
Second, use DeviantArt as your "Warehouse"
DeviantArt is great. You can showcase your products and then ship them to people without you doing anything. However it is an Art Community. In DeviantArt, you work is only shown to other artists, to get more money you have to use DeviantArt as your Warehouse. It will supply the customer, but you need to bring the customer to the site.
Deviantart is fairly appealing, but lets face it, man
Name: Latrell |
Likes: Anime/Manga, Art, Photography, Music, Videos, Sweet people, Writing/Drawing, Cute people, Inspirationl things
Dislike: Snobs, Stuck-up people, disrepect, dreamkillers, homophobes, stereotypes, ect...
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Favourite style of art: anime, manga, realism, animated
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