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My mom was partial to gardening, so there were hundreds of flower pots at home. There were a considerable number of cacti. In winter, cacti were placed in my room and every corner of the house. I often got pricked by their invisible spines. What most troubled me were the cacti in my room. My mom said they had no spines but I felt prickled just seeing them. I became paranoid and always checked if the cacti were around me. I moved around the house consciously avoiding them. No matter where I went, I felt surrounded by cactus. The potential touch of a spine was ever present upon my mind. When I felt itchy, I stared fiercely at them with a suspicious eye. Although they were neither humans nor animals, they imposingly occupied my space and forced me to spend a cold winter with them. They thrived in the sunniest place by the window. As a child, I remember looking forward to recapturing my room from the cacti after winter had ended. I still scuffle with them in my room every winter. They make me laugh now. I imagine them as a forest of tall trees.

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Charles Williams
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South Korea
I create Worm Rider sculptures out of air clay to populate a dying world of insanity. I also write songs about some pretty serious shit like Hellavators and Alien Knives.
I currently reside in Seoul, Korea but I'm originally from Texas.


Feel the call of Adventure as your feeble mind
teeters on the precipice of
TOTAL PSYCHOLOGICAL DESTRUCTION
Only you can save a world of limitless chaos
in the realm of...
The Worm Riders

cultoftheworm.tumblr.com/

If you want to see interesting and rare pictures of Seoul, check out
seoulphotos.com
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AdorablyHuman Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you for the watch :D
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Chamjari Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2014   Artist
And well they might show signs of fear, for crawling about the bark's deck were the most horrible creatures I had ever seen. In spite of their unearthly strangeness there was something vaguely familiar about them. Their bodies had something of the shape of a seal's, but of a dead, unhealthy white. The lower part of the body ended in a sort of double-curved tail on which they appeared to be able to shuffle about. In place of arms, they had two long, snaky feelers, at the ends of which were two very humanlike hands, which were equipped with talons instead of nails. Fearsome indeed were these parodies of human beings!
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Chamjari Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2014   Artist
Then, even as I stood watching the moon rise into view, there came again to me the beginning of that screaming, somewhat like to the sound of a woman sobbing with a giant's voice, and it grew and strengthened until it pierced through the roar of the wind with an amazing clearness, and then slowly, and seeming to echo and echo, it sank away into the distance, and there was again in my ears no sound beyond that of the wind.

William Hope Hodgson
-The Boats of the Glen-Carrig
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Chamjari Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2014   Artist
A guy I've known for years here just featured me on his photo blogsite. I really appreciate him coming over to my dwelling and having a look around.
If you are interested in Korea or the lesser known avenues of Seoul, I suggest you check out his fascinating photos at seoulphotos.com. He spends a lot of time
documenting the unseen beauty and creepiness of a major city that is under-represented in the west.
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SKIPPY814 Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2014  Hobbyist
Just lookin around drawing I have a sculpture that resembles this.
I think I might try to duplicate this one in stone..Thanks
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