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Booksie Address: http://www.booksie.com/LaughingRain
Country: United States
Favorite book: Absolutely no way to choose
Member Since: Jul 7, 2008

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LaughingRain

The Piano Man

by LaughingRain
Posted: Mar 15, 2009
The Piano Man
Tags:man, piano

LaughingRain

Walking Backwards

Poem by LaughingRain
Posted: Aug 3, 2008
I really have no idea what this is, it rings in my mind...
Tags:love, life, war, broken, dreams, senses, passing, smile, walking, fading, heartbeat

LaughingRain

Of Revelations and Rain

Short Story by LaughingRain
Posted: Jul 8, 2008
Your classic romance, two friends in the rainy climate of...

Writing Portfolio

A Road to that One Place

Poem by LaughingRain
Posted: Mar 17, 2009
Capitalization absences were intentional. :) It's not...

The Piano Man

by LaughingRain
Posted: Mar 15, 2009
The Piano Man

The Boy With the Blue Bicycle

by LaughingRain
Posted: Mar 15, 2009
This is a true story but written for a lit class project....

Vera and the Ocean

Poem by LaughingRain
Posted: Dec 20, 2008
This is the story of a man, born from the sea and the...

He is perfection

Poem by LaughingRain
Posted: Dec 20, 2008
A love poem, unfortunately still only a dream.

Narro Deus

Poem by LaughingRain
Posted: Oct 5, 2008
Narro Deus means "Speak God" in Latin

Golden Sun

Poem by LaughingRain
Posted: Sep 7, 2008
I love rain and cloudy days, but the sun is still an...

"Them"

by LaughingRain
Posted: Sep 7, 2008
I can promise you that this will make very little sense,...

Ratix

Novel by LaughingRain
Posted: Aug 7, 2008
...and you thought we were alone.

Walking Backwards

Poem by LaughingRain
Posted: Aug 3, 2008
I really have no idea what this is, it rings in my mind...

This child's prayer...

Poem by LaughingRain
Posted: Jul 10, 2008
A child's prayer

Where I Belong

Poem by LaughingRain
Posted: Jul 10, 2008
Sort of my take on life as I chose to live it. Simple and...

Golden Rules

Poem by LaughingRain
Posted: Jul 9, 2008
Similar to my classic Good vs. Evil, it's a subject I...

Nineteen Years (Part I)-- The Rebuilding

Novel by LaughingRain
Posted: Jul 9, 2008
Harry Potter Fanfiction (warning for severe spoilers to...

Beyond the Moon

Poem by LaughingRain
Posted: Jul 9, 2008
A short scene of a childhood past

For You My Love.

Poem by LaughingRain
Posted: Jul 9, 2008
Simplicity has words that measure far beyond anything else.

Fiume a vita.

by LaughingRain
Posted: Jul 8, 2008
The title means "River Life" and that is precisely...

Of Revelations and Rain

Short Story by LaughingRain
Posted: Jul 8, 2008
Your classic romance, two friends in the rainy climate of...

The Sun and the Shadow

Poem by LaughingRain
Posted: Jul 8, 2008
The Classic Good vs. Evil *muahahahh* And no, the last...

Save

Poem by LaughingRain
Posted: Jul 8, 2008
This may sound dark upon a first read but it's not! I was...

Live Your One

Poem by LaughingRain
Posted: Jul 8, 2008
Grab life by the horns!

Fifteen Minutes and a Ballpoint Pen

Short Story by LaughingRain
Posted: Jul 8, 2008
Meet Lion Wilkes. A simple man in a simple world. This...

Bright One

Poem by LaughingRain
Posted: Jul 8, 2008
Resilience, pure and simple. An illustration of the...



Dia Duit  (That's "hello" in Irish.)

 

 
 

Real Name: Kati

Age: 17

Favorite foods: Italian food, dark chocolate, rice, asparagus

Favorite color: dark red

Favorite animal: tiger

Favorite authors: Tolkien, JK Rowling, Lemony Snicket, Ray Bradbury, CS Lewis

Favorite drink: Dr. Pepper, Martinelli's Sparkling Cider, and water

Quote: "When the storms come, learn how to dance to the rhythm of the thunder, find a song in the sound of the rain, and let the lightning light your heart on fire."

 
 

I'm a teenage girl who loves to write and has an obsession with rain and oceans, really any sort of water actually, salt or fresh, stormy or calm. I'm a bookworm and tree-climber and somtimes both at once. I can't really describe myself accurately because I'm so many opposing things all at once, but that's just me and it's not oxymoronic, it's just unique. I'm very passionate about things, especially life in general and I love finding joy in the tiny things like chocolate and grass--both of which I have eaten.  I have a knack for making tiny things extremely complicated--in fact, I love complication, thrive on it really. But my mind works on multiple levels so depending on the level I've decided to dwell on for the moment, I could end up contradicting myself, or at least if might appear that way, but words can be decieving and I assure you it all makes sense in my head...

 

I live for God and my family and friends, but sometimes I forget those things when I get to caught up in "stuff" like school and pizza and The Office re-runs, but it's there locked away and impenetrable in my heart and soul and I'll always remember and come running back. That's the cool thing about God and family: it's unconditional, no matter what your condition

 "Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on Thee: because he trusteth in Thee."

~Isaiah 26:3~

I also tend to ramble...it's me at my best if I go on for fifty pages about nothing, and then for the next thing I end up with a simple sentence. That's just the way I roll, strange and unpredictable, but always, always sincere. I love people and I've got a heart full of love just waiting to be given out!

Surfer Girl born and raised. Bring me waves.

I guess mostly I write poetry and novels--although I don't share any of my major works with anyone except close friends and relatives who are fellows in the bloodsport that is novel writing. I'm currently working on six major works all of which are in the beginning stages of production and all of which are very....large projects....to say the least. Basically I have the most over-active imagination that a person can possibly possess and therefore even the most simple of thoughts can very quickly become a full-length, plot-driven, mystery-filled epic series of eight or nine novels in length. It's happened thus far five times and I'm holding out that my sixth remains in the single, one-book plot that it was born into. I'm just hoping. *please oh please* I try not to think about that one whenever it's possible not too....dwelling on things too much usually fuels their exponential growth patterns.

I've been through a lot of stuff in my life but to be honest, most people would never guess. I've got the BEST fam a girl could ask for, and I'm nearly 17 and still don't know what that whole "teen parental drama" is all about...my parents are great and we get along pretty much the same now as we did when I was four.

I grew up loving books, reading with my daddy before I went to bed, sitting on the arm of his chair with my head on his shoulder is probably the single most prominent thing that lead me to the author and bookworm I've become today. It's weird though, because I'm not the typical bookworm. I read and write, and then I surf and climb trees and dig giant holes in the sand. As a Junior in Highschool, I'm still just as free-spirited as my elementary-school self. I'm kind of wild--wild as in "call of the" not "girls gone" which are kind of polar opposites although, I suppose, sprung from the same vein when traced back to the source.

....The rest is a mystery even to me, and I suppose, that's the way it should be.

 
 
 

Oh: and the Abercrombie and Fitch thing? Yeah...I'd be laughing.

 

 

 Laughing Rain: still raining, still laughing.

 
 

 
 

 
 

 
 

 
 

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