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Springbrook 2019-9-3 12:55
FloraSeastone: One of my favorite funny poems is "A Bug Sat in A Silver Flower" by Karla Kuskin (it's short and has an unexpected ending). I'm a sucker for ...
"A Bug Sat in A Silver Flower" was pretty funny. One of my favorite funny poets is Ogden Nash. Not all of his poems are super clean, but he is so clever. I aspire to reading poetry, but I'm as picky with poetry as I am with music. I think my favorite classical poet is probably Longfellow. I love "Exelsior" and "Two Locks of Hair"(Which he translated from German) and a couple more. I also appreciate "The Raven" by Edgar Allen Poe, and "The Lady of Shallot" by Tennyson. The one thing I cannot stand though, and I completely understand if you dissagree, is when people call free verse poetry. For me, it has to at least rhyme, and preferably also have a meter to be called proper poetry. I find that I might struggle with writing a poem about my faith (also a Christian). I don't feel like I would be able to do it justice. My novel is called "The Knight of the Fire." (I'm still struggling whether or not I like that title. Too many "the's") and it's set in the Edwardian era, (directly after the Victorian).
Flouve 2019-9-2 18:33
FloraSeastone: Fly with you! Your page is really sweet. What kind of fancy stuff do you like?
Sorry I didn't reply earlier but I really like light and airy things or crystals
Springbrook 2019-9-2 13:23
FloraSeastone: Thanks! (Can you believe I'm considering going back?)
32! Wow, you go! At least you're organized enough to count them. Haha, I believe you'd get that ...
I like writing poetry too! I don't know how deep or insightfull some of them are, they are mostly just poems that I think are funny. I write mainly fantasy, however, several of my stories are set in the real world. The characters I write are a whole different mess in themselves. I think for the most part, they are all reclusive and embittered by their traumatizing pasts. I should probably figure out something more original, but whatever. I have one mystery novel I'm working on, but it's less of a mystery and more of a mysterious period drama, just without romance. Try as I might, I could probably never write a good  romance (having no experience in the subject whatsoever). But at least one of those 32 story ideas is a romance, so I might give it a shot. What kind of poetry do you enjoy writing?
Springbrook 2019-8-31 14:44
FloraSeastone: Yeah, the first week of school can be really different from the rest of the semester. I loved getting to pick the classes that interested me when I wa ...
Congratulations on not having to do school anymore! I really enjoy creative writing as well. In fact I have no less than thirty-two (32) story ideas that I plan on writing one of these days. If procrastination was an olympic sport, you better believe I'd get first place. But I think I've been getting better about it too. Now that the first week is over, I think I'll be able to handle all this writing okay. But it is a lot to remember. What kind of stories do you write when you feel the inclination?
Springbrook 2019-8-27 10:54
FloraSeastone: Happy back to school! Well, I don't know if you're excited or not. What are you looking forward to and what are you dreading?
That's a good point. My  ...
I can't actually decide if I'm exited or not. I'll have to see what my workload will be like, and how my professors grade. I'm taking some interesting classes, so I am excited to learn some things that I actually have an interest in. However, they are all the kind of classes that require you to write a lot. While I do enjoy writing, that is a lot of writing, and I'm somewhat dreading having to write three or four essays a week. Do you enjoy writing, or is it more meh for you?
Springbrook 2019-8-26 17:17
FloraSeastone: "Bread only brings me pain. . . " *groan* Yeah, pretty corny, but nice job. Here's one of the precious few jokes I know in Spanish: What kin ...
Sorry for my late response, (I had a friend over and then school started). Honestly, while still cringe worthy for sure, your pun was much better than mine. Humor studies might be interesting, but I'm sure that you'd have to watch and read a whole bunch of irritating stuff. I took a class once, and part of an assignment was to read this piece which was supposed to be humorus. It was not. Maybe some people found it funny, but I just found it irritating. Still, I do believe that a course on different types of humor would be very interesting.
Springbrook 2019-8-22 11:50
FloraSeastone: That's wild! You have a point. I wonder if anyone has tried to develop gels or ointments for language pains. I'm sure regular antidotes work, like cou ...
I'm sure that in this bonkers world we live in, someone has invented pain relieving nose drops. There are a lot of possibilities for a pun using bread and pain, but none of them quite work. The first one that came to mind is "Bread only brings me pain". So corny, I know. I haven't actually looked into any French jokes, but that would be very interesting. Different cultures often have a completely different humor than America. (Which is probably good). I wonder what French humor is like, and what they find funny?
Springbrook 2019-8-21 23:46
FloraSeastone: Good for you for trying something different. Oh no, does your nose really start to hurt?? That's pretty funny. I don't know any other language like th ...
I know! It's pretty funny. Your nose actually gets sore, and it feels weird. I can imagine though that studying a language like German or maybe Norwegian could have an effect on your throat, since they are both so guttural.
Springbrook 2019-8-20 13:40
FloraSeastone: Yeah, he does the more moody songs really well. I haven't heard "Waving Through a Window" yet--I should! Knowing if you'll like a song in th ...
Thank you so much for the recommendations! I will definitely check them out. I'm not exactly sure why I chose French, other than the fact that everybody seems to be learning Spanish, and I wanted to do something different. I do agree that there are way too many vowels in awkward places, and it's going to be difficult to actually figure spelling out. Another funny thing about French is if you speak it for a while your nose starts to hurt, since you basically channel everything you say through your nose.
Springbrook 2019-8-20 13:39
FloraSeastone: Yeah, he does the more moody songs really well. I haven't heard "Waving Through a Window" yet--I should! Knowing if you'll like a song in th ...
Thank you so much for the recommendations! I will definitely check them out. I'm not exactly sure why I chose French, other than the fact that everybody seems to be learning Spanish, and I wanted to do something different. I do agree that there are way too many vowels in awkward places, and it's going to be difficult to actually figure spelling out. Another funny thing about French is if you speak it for a while your nose starts to hurt, since you basically channel everything you say through your nose.
Springbrook 2019-8-20 00:24
FloraSeastone: That makes sense. I also took piano lessons when I was younger. I can technically still play, but nothing complicated--I mostly just re-learn the stuf ...
I agree, I do like "When Can I See You Again" and most of his upbeat songs. I also occasionally tend to stray towards the somewhat depressing songs like "Silhouette" and his cover of "Waving Through A Window" from Dear Evan Hansen. (I've never seen it, and don't intend to, but I like the song). I have a super mixed music taste as well. It's like I know what I like, but I don't know it until I hear it. I can listen to the first few seconds of a song and know right away whether I like it or not. Are you the same way? I should look into French music. I'm learning French, and I'm sure listening to French music is a great way to learn pronunciation as well as the language.
Springbrook 2019-8-18 22:01
FloraSeastone: That's pretty cool. I should listen to some of the other movements. I don't know Yo-Yo Ma's music very well, but I do like his cover of "My Favor ...
I am actually really picky when it comes to music. I listen to classical music sometimes, but mostly I just listen to the random mix of songs that I like. As much as I would like to, I don't play an instrument. I took piano lessons when I was like, ten, but I don't remember a thing. Do you play an instrument? What kind of music do you like to listen to? I noticed you have "My Everything" by Owl City on your page, and that's cool bc I love Owl City too.
Springbrook 2019-8-18 19:14
FloraSeastone: Hi Crystal/Springbrook! "The Swan" in your music box is lovely. Is it from a movie? (Also, I don't know why I couldn't see the full message  ...
Hey Flora!
Thank you so much! The Swan is actually part of a fourteen movement musical suite by Camille Saint-Saens. It's called Carnival of the Animals, and the original title for The Swan is "Le Cygne" because Camille Saint-Saens was French. The specific song in my music box is a cover by Yo-Yo Ma and Kathryn Stott.
coffeecup 2019-6-10 13:48
FloraSeastone: Fly with you! Your page is so charming. I especially like the cat paw in the header, heehee.
Do you have any tips for someone who wants to get into b ...
Hello there! I started off bullet journaling by being inspired by other people's bullet journaling. I bought an undated weekly planner and its layout are boxed for each day so I can doodle and write however I like! Flexible :) To begin bullet journaling, you have to start it urself! Think about how to make your daily routine more productive, write them down in a list for each alternate days. For other alternate days, you can write a small summary of the day, or even just your feelings. You can take a look at my studygram and find inspirations from it. I'll put back out my old bullet journaling archives so newbies like you can get started :) Thank you so much for your interest <3 Fly with you!
Torrine 2019-2-26 19:53
FloraSeastone: Fly with you! I've been jamming to the &quot;Gadget Room&quot; track on your page for the past few minutes now. It sounds like it's from a video game  ...
Sorry this is late. It is from the Club Penguin Elite Penguin Force DS game, lol
Jeocalix-Inminf 2019-2-23 22:12
FloraSeastone: ¡Hola! Para responder a tu pregunta anterior: como todo mundo, me gusta hablar con amigos y mirar Netflix. :) Me gusta caminar, especialmente por los ...
Me gusta jugar con niños, tengo un diario que no he completado pero he querido llenarlo, he dormido en el día ya que me he trasnochado viendo videos de Masha y el oso, he buscado tiempo para ver Лунтик, y buscado ser tierno con mis amigas. Me gusta crear bastantes historias, sólo que cuando hay bastante fantasía e imaginación, uno no decide fácilmente que escribir, a diferencia tuya yo si tengo preferencias debido a problemas, sólo leo historias infantiles, escucho canciones infantiles, electrónicas y cristianas. Suelo estudiar idiomas, jugar Roblox, quiero hacer crecer mi grupo de Discord pero he de buscar la gente que me entienda y no piense mal de mí debido a las grandes diferencias como las caricias, besos y abrazos de ternura, buscar la carrera de recreación para ejercer algo. y e imaginar episodios de cartoons que no existen
Jeocalix-Inminf 2019-1-15 02:01
Hola, así que te gusta estudiar español, ¿Que más te gusta hacer?
Jeocalix-Inminf 2019-1-15 02:00
Mmmmm OK
juno30 2019-1-8 15:55
FloraSeastone: Fly with you! Your page is so shiny and chic.
thank you very much !!
Blue_Hiraeth 2019-1-6 08:39
FloraSeastone: Hi Abi and Happy New Year! Not to be nosy, but I noticed you were chatting in Spanish and wondered sí quisieras platicar conmigo de vez en cuando usa ...
¡Hola Flora! Happy New Year to you as well! And no worries, it's not nosy at all :) Aprendí como hablar Español en escuela secundaria; tomélo para cuatro años a nivel de colocación avanzada. No tengo gramática perfecta, particularmente con tiempos verbales, y yo solo conozco un vocabulario limitado, pero me amo idiomas y disfruto usando Español hablar con personas otras cuando lo ayuda los ellos y cuando ellos preferen usarlo. También, puedo usar Google ayudarme cuando no conozco vocabulario alguno y/o necesito ayuda con gramática. ¡Amaría platicar contigo en Español tiempo alguno te gusta! ¡Espero volar con tú luego!
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