hi, i'm kait, and these are my graphics and drawings and paintings.
anything watermarked with "mononipplemoran" or reblogged here from my main blog was still made by me, regardless; i just wanted a comprehensive creations blog. i'm always open to requests or trades.
Far from the Bitter Bright
Songs that slope gently and don’t get too loud, for the nights when it’s drizzling and you can see your breath and you feel like you’re falling into your own head. Remember: you are doing the best that you can.
you just know jim is a little shit and he uses the bond-link to send dirty thoughts to spock when they’re both on the bridge and spock tries hard to ignore him but secretly he’s flustered
Something about a kiss.
Something about a Saumensch.
How many times did she have to say goodbye?
Leyendecker studies! His lines are so bold and fun (/frustrating) to try to imitate.
The Sinister Kid // A mix for the impulsive, volatile, balls-to-the-wall tour de force that is AOS!Jim Kirk.
[The Black Keys // Sinister Kid] - [Manchester Orchestra // April Fool] - [IAMX // I Am Terrified] - [Imagine Dragons // Amsterdam] - [Jason Walker // Echo] - [The Oh Hellos // Second Child, Restless Child] - [Sugar Glyder // Grace The Fulcrum] - [Noah Gunderson // David] - [Middle Brother // Middle Brother]
“I think everyone realized that no matter how hard he was on them, he was harder on himself. We live in a world where people are afraid of being seen for who they really are. But House saw, and he understood.” - Hugh Laurie
So may the sunrise bring hope where it once was forgotten;
Sons are like birds, flying upwards over the mountain.
Literature Meme: Genres (3/3) > Absurdist Fiction
Absurdist fiction focuses on characters who struggle to find purpose in lives that are filled with meaningless actions and events. Most pieces of absurdist fiction have themes of nihilism and agnosticism, and many are satirical or humorous in nature. Despite this, however, the goal of absurdist fiction is not to be humorous, but to study human behavior under circumstances that are otherwise philosophically purposeless or absurd. The moral lesson of the story is oftentimes ambiguous and left to the reader to decide; in addition, absurdist fiction rarely follows typical plot structure and dialogue setup. Well-known pieces of absurdist fiction include Joseph Heller’s Catch-22, Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot, Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, and Franz Kafka’s The Metamorphosis. Nearly all of Albert Camus’ works are considered absurdist fiction.