|23 Dec 2009|| Linda Trude Jansson|
i am Linda and Im a good friend with Paul. and he is right when he is telling you, "you relly got Talent"
i love you work so keep it up and i cant wait for next uplode
have a good Christmas, bye for now, and if you need eny help? i will always bee near
|25 Dec 2009|| Emily Rose Colwell|
Thank you so much. i am about to upload another pic. im reallly excited for the pics to get published so others can see them
|29 Jul 2010|| Emily Rose Colwell|
why is it that when i scan pictures, they always get unbearably bright?
|6 Jul 2011|| Emily Rose Colwell|
haha that’s awsome Paul. i want some of that medicine, maybe it could turn me into a fish! still working on my art, just havn’t figured out how to fix the scanner. still waaaaay to bright.
|7 Jul 2011|| Emily Rose Colwell|
lol well, in my case it doesn’t mean i live in bohemia, it’s more of a lifestyle or way of defining me. I’ve lived within about 20 miles from canada at one point but i havn’t yet been there. i have time though
|28 Jul 2011|| Emily Rose Colwell|
Answer me this (without lookint it up)
A multitude of rings am i
but never a fit gift for a bride
i wait for the kiss of a sword
what am i?
|3 Aug 2011|| Emily Rose Colwell|
Soon to be a shining and lovely bride
With hair like silk and face ashine
But this joy would soon flee as the tide
When things would become not so fine.
Let us not speak of sorrows yet
Let joys unfold and hope abound
A husband for Medusa has been met
For her a soulmate has been found
To Athena’s temple Medusa’s gone
To praise and thank her for every thing
When his shadow halted the dawn
Poseidon’s shade made joy take wing
With the smell of the sea he came
Desire etched in every line of his face
He was Poseidon, all men knew the name
Azure cloak, shining aura, and sea foam lace
Poseidon was a man in every way
Medusa was a woman in her blosoming time
He was hated, wanted, and feared by his prey
Such scrumpcius prey...’twas a crime
Then, on the temple’s sacred floor
Medusa was taken in body, spirit, and soul
She took him till she could take him no more
Medusa’s beauty and innocence Poseidon stole
...and he was gone.....
Medusa was alone but that’s not all
Defilement of home caused Athena’s fury
Lovely Medusa was cursed for her fall
A curse was bestowed with no thought of Jury
Medusa, with a future so bright
Was doomed to be a monster for life
Ever more against life would she fight
Betrayed by her goddess, a heart of strife
.....Medusa died long before Perseus took her head...
i did this a while back and thought you may enjoy it. this is my interpritation of what really happened to medusa.
|9 Aug 2011|| Emily Rose Colwell|
what kind of bets? whether they live or not?