music and words music and words music and words and words.
Please check out this beat. I hope everyone enjoys it as much as I do.
Work can suck my balls mannn.
Modern instances of purple prose can often be found in romance novels. These started alluding to sex in the 1970s, and authors, not wanting to be either pornographic or clinical in their descriptions, developed many euphemisms to describe body parts and sexual activity. Examples include “throbbing manhood”, “quivering desire”, “[he] filled her with the hot wet tumult of his love”, and the much-parodied “explode with delight”.
Link (Thanks, John)
“We are but broken bottles once holding messages of salvation in our hearts”
I hate when I think of good lines out of no where but have no thought process or story behind them so I have to either build on to it or wait until more comes.