The “Tag” Requiem

The “Tag” Requiem

A description list for all the tags on this site.

Types of pieces:

Notes
A new genre of writing: longer pieces of work that may or may not contain plot or character–usually as long as a single chapter in a short story.
Verses
A new genre of writing: barely descriptions of things written with minimal plot and character, maximum emotion and imagery.
Short Stories
Pieces entangled with longer plots and more developed characters. Contain beginnings, middles, and endings.
Essays
When formality courts storyboarding, essays speak of serious topics in mystifying ways.
Blank Poems
Poems composed without meter or patterned rhyme.
Rhyming Poems
Works written with some sort of syllabic meter or rhyming scheme.
Entry
A specific type of piece that is formatted as a journal entry, revolved around journal entry-material, and speaks like a journal entry.

Illustration
An artwork that focuses more on a specific subject.
Landscape
An artwork that focuses more on scenery and landscapes.
Abstract
An abstract art piece.
Figure
An artwork that focuses more on figures, sketches, and forms–2D and 3D.
Photography
Simply a photograph.

Emotions associated with the pieces:

Torpid
Lost in indecision, forced into inactivity of mind, and dead with daze.
Lachrymose
Sad and self-effacing, extensibly poignant.
Treacherous
Darkly bitter and loathingly misanthropic.
Yearning
Mournfully seeking what is not present.
Pensive
Thought-provoking and solemn.
Whimsical
Quaint and fanciful, short and long.
Charming
Pleasant and sweet like reveries.
Fantastical 
Awe-inspired and imaginative inquisition.

Styles in which works are done:

Abstracted
Done in an abstracted and imaginative way.
Realistic
Done in a realistic and naturalistic way.
Stylized
Done in an stylized and fantastical way.

Scenarios/Ambiance:

Dayspring
Carrying the essence of dawning and all things refreshed.
Overcast
Carrying the essence of somber, cloudy days and suiting weather and mood.
Twilight
Carrying the essence of nighttime and fitting darkness.
Nature
Relates to the tranquility, beauty, and, unfortunately, vice of nature.
Tumultuous
Carrying the essence of chaotic wind and confusion.

Other:

Discussion
Analyses of the works; explains what things mean.

5 comments

  1. Posted by Branden Gehrig, at Reply

    yea like everyone else said

  2. Posted by awesomeahmed, at Reply

    what is this about ?

  3. Posted by dannye3, at Reply

    dont even kno what half these words mean haha

  4. Posted by dandysandy1, at Reply

    Good vocabulary hehe .

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