uh. sorry but that syllable counting is a must only when you write haiku in japanese. you can write 3-5-7 just like i have did in english since there is no such strict rules in writing haikus in english
Anonymous

i guess ive only done haikus the japanese way then lol, I was never taught that there was another way 

aobert:

…I made an aoba cake charm

aobert:

…I made an aoba cake charm

the4elemelons:

Well I did 6th grade wrong

the4elemelons:

Well I did 6th grade wrong

such suddenly / starts playing music / such an annoying thing
Anonymous

what does this mean??is this the haiku thing because you dont even have enough syllables wtf

snaxattacks:

LOOK WHAT I FOUND WHAT THE FUCK IS THIS

snaxattacks:

LOOK WHAT I FOUND WHAT THE FUCK IS THIS

asylum-art:

Brian Despain

In his first exhibit with Seattle-based Roq La Rue since 2009′s Requiarium (covered), Brian Despain (interviewed) is primed and ready with a whole bag of new tricks for his upcoming show next month. Opening Friday, February 11th, Tin Machines and Mercuric Dreams will continue to highlight the artist’s expertise with the brush, with a new series of brilliantly rendered oil paintings of his personable robot characters in desolate landscapes rife with iconography and symbolism for the viewer to draw meaning and inspiration from. This exhibit, however, will also feature Brian’s creative range in three-dimensions, as his first two bronze sculptures will be on display during the show. The early images we have here to share with you, both of some new paintings and drawings as well as one of the bronzes, look extremely promising and set the stage for an intriguing showing on the horizon.


Hands.

thirstlou:

remember when u were 9 and u were carrying ur little razor scooter and it would hit ur achilles and it felt like the earth was collapsing