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Island
The sun beat down, a great sleepless eye, hot and bloodshot and glaring. Far below, an old man sat, shaded by a lonely tree on a lonely island. The old man was not glaring at anything. He was planted, resigned, as the wind pushed by his papery skin on its relentless and unending quest to find someplace better to be. The old man didn't have any place better to be, or at least he didn't think he did. He sat and listened to the seeking breeze, and the hungry ocean that was lapping up the sand of the island, and he listened to the goat.
The goat wasn't listening to anything, or didn't seem to. The man could hear it eating the grass, hear strings and tiny molecular mechanisms snapping and shattering as the goat wrenched the plants from their home by the roots. The goat was eating the grass with a sort of single minded determination, as though the grass had done something to offend it or as though there was an infinite amount of grass available to eat, which was, in fact, not the case.
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Literature
This is a very rough draft.
So. Here I sit, on a transit shuttle, making a valiant effort to read a newspaper and failing utterly. Directly across from where I'm sitting is another peace emissary, a slim young human woman . Her face is familiar, but can't call her name to mind. Sonja? Sarah? Doesn't matter, I guess. She's too absorbed in the tiny holographic display emanating from her palm to be any conversation. No surprise, there. Newest model, it looks like. They're certainly cool, but only if you really like having  bits of hologram generating machinery embedded in your hand.
Glancing to my left I can see a small creature, sentient class C, from the look of it, perching on a nearby seat. Perching is the best word for what it's doing, I guess. It seems to have three sets of appendages, and none of them are long enough to reach the ground from its seat. I can't recognize what particular race it is,  and I'm mentally kicking myself for this, since I know full well sometimes it's the simple gaps in know
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A Story Practice
The world might be about to end, and they are making me do puzzles. 
A generic lab-coated geek sits beyond a plexiglass divider, timer in hand and a frown on his rodenty face. I finish matching the red and white pattern on the blocks in front of me to the newest card and he stops the timer with surprising enthusiasm.
"Well?"
He needlessly adjusts his glasses for about the 16th time this session, then begins furiously scratching away on a notepad. "I'll have to tabulate your results, of course," he replies with the strange enthusiasm he seems to reserve only for scientifically studying things. In this particular instance, me. "You seem to have done alright. I hope..." He squints harder at his illegible writing as if it has all the answers. "I just hope we'll find something." I can see he's about to say more, but either thinks better of it or chickens out. Probably the latter. He seems to know what he's doing when it comes
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MoggieKitten

Artist | Student | Traditional Art
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I mainly joined deviantART to enjoy looking at other people's amazing art, but I'll probably get around to posting my own art and hopefully improving! ^_^ (As a side note, my avatar is one freely available for offsite use from the website recreatu.com, which shouldn't count as art theft somehow, if I understand copyright correctly. If it is, feel free to tell me so)
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mirz333 Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2015   General Artist
:iconsuperthanksplz: for visiting RelativityComic We appreciate your support.
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MoggieKitten Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Thank YOU for writing/creating it! :)
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mirz333 Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2015   General Artist
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escap-ing Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2013
thank you for the fave! (:
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Looneykcall Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013
You solved a math problem in your dream!? That is spectacular! I wish I could solve math problems in my dreams! :~D
That got me really interested! What sort of math problem was that one, hmm?
(Huh, the sort of dreams you described are not like what I experience(d). o.o That sure was informative~)
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MoggieKitten Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Unfortunately, it seemed to be an isolated event. D: I'm definitely not some sort of unconscious math whiz (or a conscious math whiz either, for that matter). If I recall correctly, it was a Pre-Calculus problem involving trigonometry. As I learned in psychology last year, it is a documented possibility for people to become better at some things by dreaming them (the study leading to that conclusion involved having some people playing a skiing video game, sleeping right afterwards and then playing it again, I think).

Yeah, the things people dream about does seem to vary wildly! It's part of the reason why I find them so interesting, I guess. I loved reading through what everyone else described. ^_^
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Eventua Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2011  Student Writer
Hello there! How're ya doing? :D
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MoggieKitten Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
I'm fine (I'd be better if my one deviation didn't looks so dumb, but I'll improve eventually...). How goes the writing?
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Eventua Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2011  Student Writer
It goes well: I'll soon be publishing a story on Amazon Kindle, actually!

Say, just wondering: did you draw your avatar yourself?

Also, how has your study been going?
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MoggieKitten Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
Awesome! I'll have to check it out. Is the publishing process different than if it were to be actually printed?

Nope. D: I wish.

It's been well. I did a practice presentation session a few weeks ago (just for the Awake! issue, not the Watchtower) which was ...interesting. I do not improvise well. >_>"
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