“Let me see the map,” Kaladin said. Tvlakv hesitated then held it up for Kaladin.
Kaladin reached through the bars and snatched the paper. Then, without reading it, Kaladin ripped it in two. In seconds he’d shredded it into a hundred pieces in front of Tvlakv’s horrified eyes.
Tvlakv called for the mercenaries, but by the time they arrived, Kaladin had a double handful of confetti to toss out at them. “Happy Middlefest, you bastards,” Kaladin said as the flakes of paper fluttered around them. He turned and walked to the other side of the cage and sat down, facing them.
Art of May!!! (ok I couldn’t put them all on one post because it was starting to be really too much ^^’)
Painted on PS [2017.05]
It was a really good month, I experimented a lot and had so much fun. Also I want to particularly thank all of you for your supports, your likes, reblogs, comments, tags and messages. I am sooo overwhelmed and I feel so blessed by all of you and yup Thank you guys, you are amazing and I am so lucky!! Have a really really beautiful day
Duncan Sheik, the writer of Spring Awakening, studied semiotics at college, which is the study of metaphors. He literally studied metaphors for four years. And then wrote Spring Awakening. So. There’s that.