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Tue, Dec. 17th, 2002 04:08 pm
Solarization crazyness

This is what happens when Priscilla gets bored in Photography class. Fneer.

Current Music: "Liquid Diamonds", Tori Amos (Choirgirl)

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gypsyjr
gypsyjr
Hippie Geek Girl
Tue, Dec. 17th, 2002 02:11 pm (UTC)

ooooooh... *admires*


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londromatt
londromatt
Conan
Tue, Dec. 17th, 2002 02:42 pm (UTC)

Oh so pretty.
Shiny, too.


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frombrenna
frombrenna
still merrily swashing her buckle
Tue, Dec. 17th, 2002 04:54 pm (UTC)

That's GORGEOUS!


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(Anonymous)
Wed, Dec. 18th, 2002 07:03 pm (UTC)

Pardon me for spamming your livejournal, but I don't have an account with that ezboard thing and is near my bedtime so just wanted to send this to you :)

The Erlkonig (with umlaught over the o) is also a poem by Goethe. In it, a child is lured by a "demon" to death.

(Erlking)
"Ich liebe dich, mich reizt deine schöne Gestalt,
Und bist du nicht willig, so brauch ich Gewalt."

(Son)

"Mein Vater, mein Vater, jetzt fasst er mich an!
Erlkönig hat mir ein Leids getan!"

(Narrator)
Dem Vater grauset's, er reitet geschwind,
Er hält in Armen das ächzende Kind,
Erreicht den Hof mit Müh und Noth;

In seinen Armen das Kind war todt.

(Erlking)
"I love you, your beautiful form delights me!
And if you're not willing, then I'll use force."

(Son)
"My father, my father, now he's grasping me!
The Erlking has hurt me!"

(Narrator)
The father shudders, he rides swiftly,
he holds the moaning child in his arms;
with effort and urgency he reaches the courtyard:
in his arms the child was dead.

The first time I read FBAWTF I immediately thought of this...didn't JK say that it was a German beast no less?

Hope this helps, and apologies for spamming the livejournal ^_^.
AgtCal9


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(Anonymous)
Wed, Dec. 18th, 2002 07:08 pm (UTC)

Oh, and sorry but I forgot...in "diricawl," a cawl is the hood of a monks robe or the hooded cloak of a monk...like the creature's shape, and I can't think of anything for diri- except for dire or diabolical or something along those lines, which it could very well be, I guess... from diabolus, -i, the vulgate word for devil.

Again, apologies for the random spamming of the journal.
AgtCal9


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cabari
cabari
the motherflippin' rhymenocerous
Wed, Dec. 18th, 2002 07:19 pm (UTC)

Gawgeous, darling. Looks like one of those inspirational postcards (though inspirational to whom? Dancers, I guess).


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