chained to my pain
chained to my pain
Comments (6)
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ginger899, Jan 18, 2010
This is interesting. The chains cut in where your wings should be. Somewhere under there are wings. One day you will find them again I think.
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Cloudwindgate, Jan 19, 2010
lol you are very observent but i dont think ill every grow wings if im lucky ill find a way to strach my arm out to space
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Shanna707, Feb 19, 2010
Don't be afraid to pull those chains out.  It may cause a little extra pain, but healing can't begin until being unchained!  Interesting that in some cultures this type of behavior isnt looked at as torture at all.  It is more like a rite of passage; like into manhood.  Although, we all loose a little bit of our innocence as we age, you are never to old to revisit your inner-child and  remember to always cherish him.  You don't ever have to loose your imagination.  To have great vision, one must first imagine it!  I would love to see this character chained in pain to be released like a beautiful butterfly from it's cacoon and fly high!  Could you draw that?
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painbrain, Jul 07, 2010
This work eplains how I feel when I can't get the words out right.  I like it a lot.  It is very emotionally moving to me.  In a way I cannot put words together to explain.  Thanks for making this!
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Cloudwindgate, Jul 08, 2010
I'm glad it felt that way to you. I was going to once put more chains but i felt that it would change the mood to a more poor taste. This was enough the ultimate symbol of being held back.
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katrinika, Feb 02, 2011
Expressive... the fact that I can't remember ever feeling like this suggests to me that, like all truly great pain, I have stuffed it out of reach.  I love your ability to create physical expression out of your emotional experience.