“To grow or develop in a healthy or vigorous way”
(All 29 pictures here)
Miss Roxy has been giving me some fun tasks which you can follow on Twitter and one of them was finding something beautiful like a feather or a flower or a piece of lace and to staple it to a part of my body. My football team had given me a bouquet after we played the last match of the season, which was my last match for the university team. It meant something to me but after a week the flowers started dying and I thought, what better way to do them right one more time by using them for this task? And passing the gift onto someone else, in some way.
I had so much fun doing this, creating something beautiful. Staples hurt. I started closest to my vagina and stapled them by the stem but once three were stapled, two fell out. In total, I had to re-do four before I figured it might be easier to staple them by the flower. I cannot for the life of me get myself to pull that trigger at once, not unless it’s further away from my vagina and nipples. I wasn’t entirely sure how I’d manage all of them but I was too determined to make this look pretty to stop to the point where I eventually had to stop because I ran out of staples! Whereas I’d only regarded staples as a tool for pain before, Miss Roxy showed me that’s not all they have to be used for.
Our world is drastically changing but we have to find good things where we can now. Spring has still arrived and flowers are blooming. We’ll get through this.
These were my favourite entries from last week.
Wavelength by Maria Opens Up
Honestly, just look at this picture! It looks like art, the shadow works so well on her silhouette. I can barely figure out how she’s sitting if she’s even siting? But there are so many details if you stare at this image long enough. I also love how the lines look like waves.
This picture Lil Miss Shalla
The sun flare caught my attention in this picture and upon then looking at it, I really like how she’s only half in the frame, while there appears to be a frame around her and what falls outside of that frame has been blurred out. It looks like she’s half-naked and the colour in addition to it all makes it such an interesting picture.
Tabula Rasa by Deviant Succubus
I love the juxtaposition in this picture. She is about to make art but she herself is art in this picture. The room and her surrounding from what we can see are mostly white, which almost makes her skin merge alongside it while her purple hair is so prominently there. I love the pose she’s taken and the way her amazing curves.
Check out other people’s entries this week by clicking on the lips below!
Xx Marie Louise