art yet to come

new genre concept: soft apocalypse

the world as we know it has ended and mother nature starts taking back what’s hers. there are no zombies or cannibals or murderous bandits. the most valued members of the community are those who know how to garden and farm, sew and weave, treat wounds, work wood or build with bricks, cook from scratch. 

people bond together to begin rebuilding instead of killing each other. everyone teaches each other whatever they do know and works together to figure out the stuff none of them know. books become incredibly valued resources because they’re often the only way to learn critical information. if someone is elderly, disabled, or otherwise unable to work at the same level as most of the community, they’re taken care of by the others, not told any sort of “survival of the fittest” bs.

as the generations ware on, communities begin expanding into small cities. some of the settlements even find ways to repurpose solar or wind power on a small scale and have electricity in some of their buildings. storytellers wander the countryside telling tales of the old world in return for some hot stew or a place to rest for the night, and the mythos of the new world start to incorporate elements of the past. the only thing that remains constant is that humans survive, and they do it by working together.

don’t u ever get self conscious about how you sound over the phone? yeah I’m looking at you unknown

4

The wolves will come

au where Nino becomes an astronaut and goes on a mission to Mars and ends up getting stranded but he survives because he grows potatoes

3

Dawn and cyrus are best buddies fight me in the fuckign ring, dawn tries to teach him all the latest memes but he is just, very tired

  • tony: *actively avoids dealing with his emotional baggage*
  • steve: *doesn't recognize that he has emotional baggage to avoid*
2

“Gon, You are light. Sometimes you shine so brightly, I must look away. But even so, is it still okay for me to stay by your side?