A conversation between me and vaishino about mounts.
1. a person who returns.
2. a person who returns, supposedly from the dead.
3. a person who returns as a spirit after death; ghost.
Etymology: from French for ghost, from revenir, “to come back”, from Latin revenīre, from re- prefix for “again” + venīre, “to come”.
There are certain people who come into your life, and leave a mark… Their place in your heart is tender; a bruise of longing, a pulse of unfinished business. Just hearing their names pushes and pulls at you in a hundred ways, and when you try to define those hundred ways, describe them even to yourself, words are useless.
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Anytime I’m working on writing for her, Bel is always voiced by Moira Kelly. Always.
Robin Sachs was always the closest thing to Pent’s voice, so…
Jodie Foster (as Clarice Starling) for Vandrysse, and Chris Evans for Vallaunius.
Natharai : Matthew Goode (as Ozymandias in The Watchmen).
Graveryl : Richard Coyle (as Keats in Folklore), for tone – not accent.
Jesaiah : Daniel Day Lewis (as in The Boxer), accent and all.
Aisendale : Tilda Swinton, in looks and voice.
Was I engendered
My blood, my creation
from the nine elemental forms
from fruit from fruition
from the first fruit-formation of god
from primroses and highland flowers
from the flowers of trees and shrubs
from soil and earth
was I made
from the flowers of nettles
from the water of the ninth wave