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  • Saturday
    What Would You Like From Me?

    To preface this: I KNOW that writing is supposed to be what I want to write. And I would like to write what you want.

    Alright guys, so I've done a fair amount of writing for this site. I've got a fir amount of people following me.

    And I wanna give back a little bit.

    I want to write something YOU want. Not something I write and hope you LIKE.

    Tell me things you want to see from me. Could be more of a certain character. Could be a character I never write about Could be a species I never write about. Could be a genre I don't do very often. Could be anything, as vague and as specific as you'd like.

    And I will listen to them, and there's a good chance I'll write a lot of them.

    So, fire away. Pile anything you want written onto me.

    Commissions, Updates to Some Love, and a Halloween story are all in the works atm

    9 comments · 33 views
  • Friday

    I was digging through my google docs, and I found an exploratory piece of writing my teacher had me write in April when we were going over emotive writing. The object of the paper was to write about an emotion without actually saying the name of the emotion.

    “We kiss on the mouths, but we still cough down our sleeves.” - Isaac Brock.

    It is there, when you walk through the hallway and hear her laugh at the same joke you did. When he is waiting to take you home after a rough day, you’ll feel it. Even after the passion has faded, smiling along with a simple routine, when she is alongside you, lets you know it is still around you. When you rush to the hospital, and she smiles at you from her cot, your child in her hands, it will overwhelm you. When he puts down his bottle and joins you by the television, it will slowly fill up the room. Feeling the warm fur coat as he jumps into yours arms, laughing as he licks your face and his cold, wet nose bumps against your cheeks, it’ll be all you think about. When she smiles up at you, handing you a crayon drawing with her name proudly written on the side, it explodes forth from the world around you. When he takes his things and leaves, as you stand under the doorframe with an earthquake raging around you, it will flee during the tremors. When you give everything you can, just to see her be happy with someone else because you know she can’t be happy with you, it’ll stand beside you. When she kisses your scraped knee and hugs you as you whimper from the pain, it’ll slowly pass from one to another. When you pick up the phone and laugh and sob and smile and cringe from all the words she speaks to you, it can be felt over those oceans and cities and mountains and throngs of people. When you stand by a freshly dug plot of earth, her body being lowered into the ground, you will understand what it really was. When you go home and finally delete his number from your mind, knowing that you will never hear the voice again, so matter how hard you pray for him to spring from the earth, living and unharmed, ready to feel again, it will be everything. When you finally put her to sleep, sighing as the doctor lets you know that there was nothing you could do to save her, it will break you.

    When you hear their voice again, echoing through the cloudy ethereal dreams that haunt your nights, you’ll wish it had never been there at all.

    You won’t for long, though.

    Is it stupidly sentimental? Probably, but I felt like sharing it. It wasn't doing anything but gathering dust inside of my docs, anyway.

    6 comments · 61 views
  • Thursday
    420 flex 'em

    [12:22:50 AM] Hesistant Alien: lel

    [12:22:59 AM] Hesistant Alien: i did a pretty autistic thing just now

    [12:23:21 AM] Hesistant Alien: you know how it's kinda hard to piss after you cum?

    [12:23:23 AM] Columbine: what did you do

    [12:23:31 AM] The Crunk and Plasterful Tipsie: He continued existing

    [12:23:36 AM] Columbine: idk i'll take your word for it

    [12:23:45 AM] Hesistant Alien: well, i was standing over the toilet, wiping myself down of all the cum i just painted on my torso

    [12:23:52 AM] Columbine: unf

    [12:23:55 AM] Hesistant Alien: and i wasnt like

    [12:23:56 AM] Hesistant Alien: pissing

    [12:24:04 AM] Hesistant Alien: even though my bladder was about to explode

    [12:24:15 AM] Hesistant Alien: so i just screamed "FLEX YOU MUSCLES" and

    [12:24:18 AM] Hesistant Alien: flexed my muscles

    [12:24:29 AM] Columbine: yeah that's pretty autistic

    [12:24:32 AM | Edited 12:24:33 AM] Hesistant Alien: and I pissed so hard the toilet cracked in half

    [12:24:37 AM] Columbine: lol

    [12:24:42 AM | Edited 12:24:46 AM] Hesistant Alien: i mean, andrew won't get the joke

    [12:24:47 AM] The Crunk and Plasterful Tipsie: Everything about this story is horrifying

    12 comments · 92 views
  • Monday
    Continual Disappointments

    Hello, fair readers

    I know it must be tiresome hearing my excuses over and over, but I am truly sorry. There will be no update of Some Love tonight.

    I will, however, have one done tomorrow, if all goes well. Two, if all goes great! Three or four if things go perfectly.

    But let's not get ahead of ourselves: this next chapter is a pivotal moment in Some Love, and I want to spend time making sure I get it just right. This chapter was actually one of the first plot points I came up with when I was first conceptualizing the story, so I want it to fit my vision of it, as it was.

    Thanks for putting up with me and my bullshit, guys.


    9 comments · 76 views
  • 1w, 1d
    Indian Giver

    If God takes life, he's an Indian giver...

    So yes, FINALLY! A new chapter of Some Love for you all to love!

    I've been hampered by schoolwork recently, but hopefully I'll have more time to focus on this story! Sorry it's a bit short, but tomorrow sees possibly the biggest and longest update to the story yet! So stay tuned...

    20 comments · 71 views
  • ...

Fluttershy tends to a bonsai tree. It's a nice, quiet distraction.

First Published
7th Oct 2013
Last Modified
7th Oct 2013
#1 · 54w, 5d ago · 3 · ·

You're really churning these out, aren't you?

And to think I'm only just finishing my second.

#2 · 54w, 5d ago · 2 · ·

This was quite nice.

Nice job, mate.

~Skeeter The Lurker

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#5 · 54w, 5d ago · · ·

How did it have 6 likes before it had any views?

#6 · 54w, 5d ago · · ·

Great story! Just ONE teensy little thing...

It's a nice, quite distraction.


#7 · 54w, 5d ago · 6 · ·

>>3311460 One day, I'm going to see that you forgot your signature, and I'm going to freak out.

#8 · 54w, 5d ago · 7 · ·


Hah.  Never going to happen.

~Skeeter The Lurker

#9 · 54w, 5d ago · 1 · ·

you regidid a good job

#10 · 54w, 5d ago · 8 · ·

>>3311623 dat pun

>>3311494 I'm the god damn batman

#11 · 54w, 5d ago · · ·

Wow! Great story! I really can't find anything wrong with it except a few minor grammar mistakes.:twilightblush: Sorry, kind of a habit of mine to spot mistakes.

the warm breeze wrapping al around me, rustling my branches, small animals and insects keeping me company...”


a fat brown cockroach crawled past fluttershy meandering its way towards the tree.


#12 · 54w, 5d ago · · ·

>>3311919 aight, fixed

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#14 · 54w, 5d ago · 3 · ·

who the hell nuked ponyville:twilightangry2:

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#16 · 54w, 5d ago · 1 · ·

Well done, man.

Well done.

~Skeeter The Lurker

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#19 · 54w, 5d ago · 8 · ·

I was wondering why it was labelled "sad". I like how you kept the focus in the small ecosystem (or smecosystem, as I got from my dream [long story]), for the final reveal of everything else being burnt to cinders. Sort of like focusing on a small, vibrant square of a painting, then zooming out to see the entirety of the gray wasteland that surrounds it. Shows how perspective changes a lot.

#20 · 54w, 5d ago · 4 · ·

>>3313178 That's what I was going for, glad to see I succeeded! Thanks for the feedback.

#21 · 54w, 5d ago · 1 · ·

Excellent writing and descriptions of the animals. Emphasis on the word "small" sticks out in mind.

I also like that you don't really explain the world around her, but just suggest it. It lets your own interpretation do all the work.

#22 · 54w, 5d ago · · ·

Caught off guard by the ending, but still pretty nice.

#23 · 54w, 5d ago · · ·

I was a bit disappointed that the initial "watering" wasn't tears. :duck:

#24 · 54w, 5d ago · · ·

Well.... didn't see that ending coming. Was still a nice-ish story though.. kudos.


#25 · 54w, 5d ago · 4 · ·


I saw "Sad" in the tags and was like "oh, someone dies?" and then it's like "EVERYONE ALREADY DIED."

Well ok then.

#26 · 54w, 5d ago · · ·


You got featured again, you sexy bastard.

#27 · 54w, 5d ago · 7 · ·

*reads the last paragraphs*

Wha... Buh.. Huh?



They're all dead... :fluttercry:

#28 · 54w, 5d ago · 1 · ·

Don't do this to me, Regi. It's too feelsy for me to take.

#30 · 54w, 5d ago · 1 · ·

WHY CAN'T I CONTAIN ALL THESE TEARS? This is a deserved feature, my friend.

#31 · 54w, 5d ago · · ·

Hmm... I (think I) get what you were going for, and the execution is indeed superb. The ending, however, kind of falls short... :unsuresweetie:

It's not that we don't need the contrast, but it could have been more subtle. Perhaps it could have been present the whole time, in the background, as opposed to just putting a big "DUN DUN DUN"-moment at the end...

Otherwise, good work! :twilightsmile:

#32 · 54w, 5d ago · · ·

I can't say that I really got any feels off of the story, but it was still quite beautifully written. Thank you for sharing.

#33 · 54w, 5d ago · 1 · ·

Once in a while, I like to look for these simpler stories. Usually they are a treat to read, and this one fit that description perfectly. The way you described the ecosystem as a whole was well done.

I sensed the ending, as there was nothing notably sad until the last couple paragraphs. To echo what another person commented, the ending could of been more subtle. Although I did understand what you wanted to get across at the end, it felt over dramatic for a story which wasn't so until that very point.

Other than this, very well done. :twilightsmile:


#34 · 54w, 5d ago · 3 · ·

...Now I know why this isn't a Slice of Life.

#35 · 54w, 5d ago · · ·

The bonsai tree lived for 300 years. Oh wait, that's botanically impossible. :pinkiehappy::derpytongue2:

#36 · 54w, 5d ago · · ·

...There is a large red print in the shape of a feel beginning to take form on my face.


a small pink butterfly that lay just abover her chest.

'abover', eh?

#37 · 54w, 5d ago · · ·

Only one problem:

The tree sat their, unmoving, untalking, for it was a tree.

I guess you actually meant "The tree sat there".

Aside from that this is the best story of yours I've read so far, kinda saw the ending coming but it still worked and it made me feel sorry for Fluttershy and all Equestria. It also reminded me of this:

#38 · 54w, 5d ago · 5 · ·

Great story. I loved that, despite all of the pleasant imagery for Fluttershy's ecosystem, there was always this lingering sense that something was wrong. The tiny hints thrown in, such as Fluttershy's comment about the sugar being "especially hard to find" really gave it that mood.  

I especially liked the part where you described the cockroach. It was really subtle, but it set up the "big reveal" perfectly. I was like, "Survived? Survived what?" and then when you showed us the ruins of Ponyville and Everfree, I was like, "Ohhh. That." It was a very nice touch.

The only thing I'd say in terms of criticism is what a few others have already said about the ending being a little heavy-handed. However, I do think the contrast between the in-your-faceness of the ending and the subtlety of the rest of the story works well, and I think you had the right idea.

Pretty damn good.      

#39 · 54w, 5d ago · 1 · ·

Motherfucker, I'm depressed now.

#41 · 54w, 5d ago · · ·

Here come the feels... :fluttershyouch:

#42 · 54w, 5d ago · · ·

:fluttershyouch: (kind of interesting how everyone writes about twilight ultimately outliving everypony else because of her immortality, and yet here, Fluttershy is the only element (and apart from my knowlege, the only pony perhaps) that remains.)

Its so sad :fluttershbad:

I loved it :fluttercry:

#43 · 54w, 5d ago · · ·

Beautifully excellent little story :pinkiesmile: Definitely deserved the featured spot

#44 · 54w, 5d ago · · ·

All linked together after finishing the final part. Just a few almost dead leaves, sugar were so hard to find ? Even apple O.O? Things got burned, her cottage got burned, the bird almost died from burning, ruined Ponyvile. :rainbowderp:

Fluttershy must work dam hard to feed those animals, and herself :fluttercry:

Why :raritydespair: Why :raritycry:

#45 · 54w, 5d ago · 3 · 2 ·

Hmm. Very nice. Could've existed entirely independently of the ending, and wouldn't really have lost any of it's power.

That said, I kind of revel in the idea of a sugarbowl apocalypse, so that obvious attempt at a kick in the feels at the end was somewhat misplaced amongst thoughts of unstoppable monsters, glorious last stands and maybe a smidgeon of maniacal laughter.

Mayhaps you were aiming at a less jaded reader?

#46 · 54w, 4d ago · · ·

What? My favorite pony and my favorite hobby together in the feature box? Hooray!

#47 · 54w, 4d ago · · ·

Oh. There's that empty spot in my insides again. :fluttershyouch:

#48 · 54w, 4d ago · · ·

I got the sense that something bad had happened quickly but that got sooo sad sooo fast:fluttercry:

#49 · 54w, 4d ago · 5 · ·

>>3314622 I was basically trying to be as melodramatic as fuck, but I hear your criticisms. I shall implement them for future use. :twilightsmile:

>>3315090 Whoops, I shall fix that.

>>3315211 That too. Also, my favorite Sigur Rós song and one of my all-time favorite music videos. :rainbowkiss: I can't believe that I wrote this story WITHOUT that reference intentionally in mind.

>>3315236 Thank you very much! As stated in previous comment, I was trying to be melodramatic as fuck, as I am someone who enjoys sharp contrasts and sucker-punch moments in fanfiction.

>>3315676 Thank you!

>>3315944 We may never know.

>>3316051 >Sugarbowl apocalypse

explain yourself.

That aside, the only reason this was "sad" was because of the sharp contrast at the end, whereas I may one day expand this fic into a bigger story. I coulda gone with "dark", but that wouldn't have left people with the right feeling, and sad fits just as well.

#50 · 54w, 4d ago · · ·


Oh, sorry, I forgot to put this link in.

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