J. G. Gabriel

J. G. Gabriel

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About Me

I'm Jake, 21
"I�m an artist, searching for inspiration.
Finding it in everyday life�
And loosing it in everyday life.
Living then, to search for it again, for something to create my art for me, either inspiration or muse.
I�m an artist searching for an artist that is most likely searching for a different artist that is searching for me, if the world follows any rules I�ve seen, then that is the case.
My world is happy, I wear my emotions and It�s 99% of the time happy.
My world is paradoxical, antisocial and publicly advantageous.
Writing is my life and my life is art.
The world, universal law and everything...is cyclical
Politics, economy, Business, Religion, education society, science and the pharmaceutical industry is all a bullshit world with wool covered sheep running it.
Everybody only cares about themselves, accept that� The world is cynical.
I�m a Post-Modern hippie.
I truly believe in people
I only live in the moment.
One love.


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Posted 12 Years Ago


Thanks for reviewing 'The Streets of England', J.G.
I was inspired to write it after hearing John Betjeman reading his poetry on the radio... he's my all-time favourite poet.
Cheers.

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Posted 12 Years Ago


i need some advice. My story, willard, I am starting to experiment with verb tenses in the story to make time seem somewhat elusive. so far i have been using simple past like "was" or "were" and using past perfect "had been." But now I find myself in the present moment when the landlord knocks on willard's door. "He is watching cartoons when he knocks on his door." But when that happens Willard enters a dream state, a catatonic state, "where days pass unanswered." And it is something that's been happening in the past for willard and is still happening to him. Now that is present perfect. "Time has been slowly lapsing for Sid." see my dillemma? I dont want to confuse the reader. Now I have not mixed tenses in the same paragraph let alone in the same sentence. But in the first few paragraphs it is simple past(was or were) to past perfect(had, had been). then switches to present(is watching) to present perfect (has been) considering the unstable mentality of Willard. now is this correct? or should I go back to the beginning and switch the beginning "Sid Wyatt thought he was a cartoon character" to present "Sid thinks he is a cartoon character" or even present progressive "Sid is thinking he is a cartoon character?" this is driving me nuts. I have the story posted in my profile edited the way I summarized to you. see what you think about the tenses in the story.

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Posted 12 Years Ago


My world is paradoxical, antisocial and publicly advantageous.
That about sums me up in a nutshell, this is the first time I see myself written in such a clear way. Ha ha! I have to add to this, crazy, liminal and just terrifically entertaining (when I am not antisocial).
Thanks for the sweet review!
Welcome to my nutty universe,
Nora~

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Posted 12 Years Ago


Jake?
Thanks for reading my sonnet. *hug*

Moonlight.

(Sorry I took so long to send this, I have been at home with pneumonia for the past week and I have been basically sleeping the whole time)

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Posted 12 Years Ago


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Posted 12 Years Ago


Poets write. Yes........I write. But every piece I write comes from the heart. i don't classify that as a poet. I write words from the heart.
And less is never more :)
i don't do anything else that is remotely creative, well, unless you include dancing...........but I breathe words.

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Posted 12 Years Ago


Well....I never claim to be a poet.I just write words.

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Posted 12 Years Ago


*cough*
does that mean you like it?Or it was a heap of crap, Sir?!!

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Posted 12 Years Ago


Thanks for reading the first Tom and Delia Begley Murder Mystery, Jake.
"Poetrastory"? You are too kind (you'll make me blush).
Cheers.

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Posted 12 Years Ago


Thx for your forceless force essay review. very nice!