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IIN to be proud of writing a messed up story?
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Is it normal to write messed up things like a girl growing up loving stars (like the space stars, the astro ones) and eventually having symbolic sexual intercorse with them and becoming a star? I love these things they're so out of the way, so unexpected and unreal. I also have a ton of fun writing mild fanfictions about my friends. It's not really a fanfic it's more like a novel with a normal storyline but I ship my friends in it. They enjoy the novels as well.
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sourgrapes
No not bloody well normal!
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Why not man. I can include you in my next story hit me up with a message explaining about yourself :D
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heckleBucker2
You've got some mystical symbolism going here that could support powerful metaphorical expression. James Joyce was a master at quippy eloquence that got hidden comparisons moving at multiple levels in just a single sentence.

Study the masters, like Dylan Thomas who said,
"And I am dumb to tell a weather’s wind
How time has ticked a heaven round the stars."

There's more, http://www.poetrybyheart.org.uk/poems/the-force-that-through-the-green-fuse-drives-the-flower/
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It's bloody well great. Writing rocks. I'd love to be a writer of novels or a TV series or something and get to see my work enjoyed by others.
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thanks mate you go too!
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How do you have symbolic sex with a star? Just curious.
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@: Couman
she performed a ritual and used a dildo -shrug-
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Have you not read any of the other stuff on here.
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@: Addydas
I have but i doubt OP is proud of what they do
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Wow, I'd LOVE to read that story.
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