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NocturneJewel
GhostOwl NocturneJewel
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I am a prolific pagan poet and have over 1000 poems. I love rainy days and thunderstorms at night. My favorite season is Autumn, it is so full of color and beauty, inner reflection and subtle wisdom. I love the night, it is then I get most inspired and write the majority of my poetry. I have a close relationship with nature, especially reptiles. I have quite a large reptile family at home which includes nineteen geckos, seven snakes, and twelve tarantulas. They are my family. I get such a pure feeling of fulfillment from being with my reptile family.

Besides reptiles, my favorite animals are bats and owls. I also have several tattoos and piercings. My very first tattoo were vampire bite marks on my necks. I love them.

The beautiful :iconladyofgaerdon: has written a review of me as a writer. I am so honored! So this is what she has to say about my writing style:
~NocturneJewel is an intensely prolific poet, and in reading just a sampling of her work, you quickly come to realize that to be a prolific poet with work of such vision and depth is a great achievement indeed. Her style may be unusual, but it is all hers, and she is nothing but proud. Each line blends seamlessly into the next, and the fluid rhythm and potent imagery weave together into a tapestry of literary enchantment.


Current Residence: The Dark Side of the Moon
Favourite genre of music: Celtic, New Age, Nature, Goth
Favourite style of art: Nocturnal
Shell of choice: Home
Skin of choice: Reptilian
Personal Quote: Don't try to fix me, I'm not broken.
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On Saturday I had a very bad panic attack that came on so suddenly. I was feeling fine one minute and then the next I had to clutch the counter inside the store I was in to hold myself up. I did manage to get out of the store, but I had trouble walking. (When my panic attacks are very bad I can't walk, literally my legs won't hold me up and I have no co-ordination to get them to work.) I asked two men walking by to help me to the bus stop, but even with a guy on each side of me, I couldn't walk well and I also couldn't get my mouth to work properly to talk.

They called an ambulence, though I didn't want them to, but I understand why they did since they didn't know me and I couldn't walk and talk well. My plan was to just sit at the bus stop until I felt well enough to go on home, which wasn't far. My attacks are very debilitating where I have trouble walking but it's only at the beginning of the attack. I knew my legs would get a bit better after about 30 minutes or so. But it is unusual for me not to be able to talk though...

I didn't want the paramedics around me and telling me I should go to the hospital because I've dealt with my panic attacks on my own all my life. Literally, I've had these attacks since I was 7 years old, and no hospital has ever been able to help me once it started. The only thing that will help is for me to get home and sleep in my own bed. By saying they wanted me to go to the hospital would be the same as saying they were going to deprive me of the only thing that would help me get better. I would much rather sleep in my own bed at home and recover quietly rather than going to the hospital and laying in some strange bed with a bunch of doctors and nurses buzzing around me and other people...I know it would not be a quiet environment at all for me to recover. But it's hard to explain all this when I couldn't talk. I couldn't even pronounce my name.

And then the police showed up...and I generally don't like any authority figure who say that they can force me to go to the hospital against my will. I feel that is justing taking away my human rights...but somehow the policeman said something like "she looks scared. Are you phobic? What is that phobia? Agoraphobia...are you agoraphobic?" I tried to say yes...I really wished I could talk well enough to ask him how he deduced this when I couldn't really tell him...

In the end the police drove me home (only about 2 minutes down the street) and I felt better in a few hours.

I usually carry my medication with me, but I forgot to fill up my pill box before I left home....it's not something I take everyday, only when I need to.

It was a very harrowing experience for me and I talked to my family doctor and she said I should get a medic alert bracelet and so does my dad...so I will tomorrow.
  • Mood: Nervous

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AkumaEnpitsu Featured By Owner 4 hours ago  New member Student General Artist
Thank you for the llama:D (Big Grin) 
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Nsawatchlist Featured By Owner 4 hours ago  Student Writer
You can read my art on my page, however I think that it might not compare to your own.
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Nsawatchlist Featured By Owner 5 hours ago  Student Writer
Have you ever heard of copyleft? Because with copyleft someone can't steal your art word for word, but there's no criminality involved with it. That's why I made the joke that I copyrighted every letter in the alphabet.
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NocturneJewel Featured By Owner 4 hours ago
No, I never heard of copyleft before...is it available on another website? Ever since my picture was stolen of Crescent (called Bunny Crescent 2) and broadcast over the Internet I do worry about copyright...I put a copyright notice at the end of my poems and use the copyright icons too. But unfortunately, my poetry doesn't seem to be as popular as my photos, so I think there's probably less of a chance of them getting stolen since they get fewer views, but still, I worry about copyrighting...:hmm:
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Nsawatchlist Featured By Owner 4 hours ago  Student Writer
I could be like Barack Obama and Copyright secretive information. Just joking, I'm not a human rights violating dictator so I cannot get away with that.
Or I could be like Xi of China, copyrighting ideas. Copyleft was created by GNU, as in GNU/Linux.  Even if you don't copyright, there's something called
plagiarism. I just don't like the idea of law being involved, you know? You don't have to know. That was the philosophy of copyleft, that when someone
distributes computer programs that they couldn't be criminally charged.
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Nsawatchlist Featured By Owner 4 hours ago  Student Writer
In copyleft there is one rule, that a personal cannot change someone else's programming and then claim that the original author made the changes. But, copyleft is sort of a forgotten idea. It's not used very much anymore.
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Nsawatchlist Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Student Writer
I don't believe in the gods.  But sometimes I make reference to them, for aesthetic pleasure.
I think that gods are silly things to believe in.
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Nsawatchlist Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Student Writer
Wow, you are so brave, letting a carnivore sit on your shoulder like that. I would be worried the bird might poke out an eye.
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NocturneJewel Featured By Owner 4 hours ago
I love birds of prey! :D They are so beautiful and magestic looking. Just this past weekend, I went to a Reptile Expo and they had a birds of prey demonstration. I got to get up close to a bald eagle for some picture-taking. I wasn't allowed to hold him though...probably a good thing. :)
Owl by KmyGraphic  
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sesam-is-open Featured By Owner 6 days ago
Roses and Heart by KmyGraphic:hug:
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