I was roommates with a girl like this in college. It was a nightmare.
Oh goodness, I can’t imagine. Good thing it’s over now, eh? :<
novashadows asked: Blue and Cream
Awww, well, shucks. <3
novashadows asked: Umm...Hi?
- First impression: Hey, this person seems neat. And they post about pagan stuffs! Follow’d.
- Truth is: A lot of your posts are
- How old do you look: Can’t say I’ve seen your face before. :U
- Have you ever made me laugh: Yep!
- Have you ever made me mad: Nope.
- Best feature: A sharpened sword of a brain.
- Have I ever had a crush on you: Perhaps in a platonic way, yes. C:
- You’re my: A resident witchy-friend of a sort.
- Should you post this too? If you’d like!
novashadows asked: I'm trying to figure out how to word this without it sounding weird. But if I were to have sex with you, I would want it to start with words. First consent, then to seduce you with language.
Sounding weird should be your least concern, m’dear. Especially with regards to this kind of ask.
Consent, always. I like your forwardness with that. It serves you well.
I really enjoy your brain in this. Using words as a tool is a favourite of mine. It’s allowed me to mindfuck, do things to the body without a single touch, and do some really fascinating and terrible things. I’d be intrigued to see what you’re capable of.
This is the magic of music. Music commands your SOUL.
And to think there’s people out there who think that music isn’t a career worth going into. Bull shit.
Humanity needs the arts.
On another facet of music, I view it as the following:
The universe is based on different vibrations, harmonising or remaining dissonant as they are. Living beings vibrate at different frequencies, and harmonise with the vibrations of their surroundings. Music is pleasing to us because it appeals to these vibrations. The Web of Wyrd is often said to be plethora of strands, bound and intertwined together in an impossible loom of fate. These strands vibrate. In my works in the Heathen communities, I play a lyre while singing. In my own calling, I heal Oorlog and work for the betterment of the Folk. But I was a Skald long before becoming a Vitki, and I’ve worn other hats as well. Therefore, in performing music, the lyre’s strings become an active metaphor for the strands of Oorlog and Wyrd. Stones cast in the Well, sending waves back for good or ill.
These vibrations, too, reverberate back and forth, creating something utterly beautiful. Regardless of what context, music is absolutely necessary.
In other words, String Theory made sense to me and only further justified what I do for a living.
Thanks! And you enjoy what music does to you as well!
yes. though usually i’m standing already, so i stop moving, or my knees become weak.
Actually, I double over. I pretty much fall to the ground, curl in a ball, and cry. If a piece of music is amazing it weakens me.
louque Oh my, yes. Emotionally overwhelming music is the best.
miren-al-pepino: I’ve had this happen as well - if it’s powerful enough, I will lose all sensibility and outright weep.