Obligatory Introduction

Without an end
There is only the beginning
So take this chance
To start something new
Where hopeless words have meaning
Where dreams have a chance of coming true

As we band together
There is no maybe
Or when I have time
Just live in this moment
As the clock chimes

Stillness fills the air
As we soak in the rays
Of wonder and excitement
Coming out to play

Perhaps we can do this
No matter how hard it may be
So tug us along
To the crazy bard
Where we sing and dance
Creating new tunes
For all to enjoy
On this new moon

Blob Translations is our name
A family of misfits
Laughing throughout the day


To celebrate the creation of Blob Translations, a poem was penned. Blossoming Frost hasn’t been writing poetry for long but she does like writing whatever comes to mind. Maybe one day a story will appear, but for now amateur poetry will be the main focus.


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Blooming Frost

Blooming Frost

Blooming Frost is the one confused about her own name. So if you see something by Blossoming Frost, it's the same person!

Amateur poet, writer and all round day dreamer.
Blooming Frost

Comments (6)

  1. Raneday · Translator · Oct 6, 2017

    And here we are now
    Acting like a clown
    Never minding anyone
    Never feeling down

    Living every moment we have
    Casting away all of our doubts
    Now I don't know on how to rhyme
    So please gimme enough time

    Congrats for making this place
    For a moment I've been dazed
    And hope that you're not craze
    or you'll attract the crowds gaze

    PS:
    there's nothing wrong
    on the outside
    but there's something
    rotting on the inside

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  2. Raneday · Translator · Oct 6, 2017

    blooming frost the snowman~

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  3. \( ̄▽ ̄)/ Well done Frost!

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  4. Canary · Proofreader · Sep 21, 2017

    Blossoming Frost hasn’t been writing poetry for long but she does like writing whatever comes to mind. @blooming frost wrong name xD

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    • Blooming Frost · Sep 24, 2017

      Yes, it seems I have come into the habit of using them interchangeably. Ah oh well!

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