silvercaladan (silvercaladan) wrote in saladdressing,
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MOVE YOUR BODY

It has been a while since I posted in here. Well, I've been producing things intermittently...

So there's this really cute Disney film called Sky High. The guy who plays the anti-hero is hot, the main girls are smoking, and I guess the hero is okay.



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These three are a set, the words are from Lord Alfred Tennyson's Charge of the Light Brigade.

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Words from William Blake's Innocence poem The Chimney Sweeper.

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Words from William Blake's Innocence poem Holy Thursday. Yea, so I have a thing for weird poetry. What of it?

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Words from William Blake's Experience poem The Clod and Pebble. What I find funny is that everyone uses these first lines as beautiful phrases to spout at your love, but like Romeo and Juliet lines, the poem itself has an extremely different connotation. Read it, you'll see.

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The comicbookish one has a line from a Death Cab for Cutie song on their original release You Can Play These Songs with Chords. The other one is a line from Hamlet, which is possibly one of the most insane Shakespearean plays ever.



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I don't like this one as much as I do the other one, but it is rather nice. Did a pretty nice job blending in the manga panels, I think. I think the words are from a song on this cd I got for 3 bucks at Warped Tour. Canadian band by the name of Kiros.

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