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  • Reviews » Poetry » General, General
    Stuck in a Chrysalis

    Hey there! Thanks for sharing this poem. It has a relatable quality, for sure, even if one has not experienced these feelings to this level. I like how you've captured ...

    WinnyWriter - 1 minutes ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Spiritual, Other
    The River

    Hi BlueGlow, You really did a good job of choosing the right words for the theme. It's a somewhat short but really powerful poem, powerful as in one can really ...

    sukunas3rdeye - 27 minutes ago

  • Forums » Writers Corner
    Pomegranate Songs

    Arcticus - 32 minutes ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » General, Realistic
    nature is art

    Hello illy! Incoming review! You have a nice way with words and that's what I immediately thought when reading your poem here. I like how you make each part of ...

    FireEyes - 39 minutes ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Lyrical, Dramatic
    A place called there

    Heyyo! Just dropping in to leave a few of my thoughts on this piece! SOOOOOO first off, I want to say that you set the tone for the poem quite ...

    winterwolf0100 - 48 minutes ago

  • Reviews » Novel / Chapter » Action / Adventure, Fantasy
    Before The Dragon - Chapter 36

    Ok, I totally meant to get to this in the morning before my brain was fried but... such is life! Hopefully my comments will still kinda make sense. The next ...

    IcyFlame - 52 minutes ago

  • Storyboooks » Roleplay Lounge
    Out-of-Context RP Quotes

    "D'awww," Paimon said, blushing. "With friends like you, who needs a medical license?" From Aether's Heart

    Vincian - 1 hour ago

  • Storyboooks » Out-of-Character Discussion
    The Lunar Plains [OOC]

    Dropped a postie...I think Winn's brain got slightly overloaded with information, so he just opted for a different question...xD

    HarryHardy - 1 hour ago

  • Forums » Lounge, The
    I'm Writing, Come Join Me!

    In here!

    BluesClues - 1 hour ago

  • Reviews » Short Story » Horror, Realistic
    His blood

    Seems like I've been reviewing a lot of short stories today haha~ So, I see a consistent theme here. There are many thoughts placed into this story, but they're not ...

    chikara - 2 hours ago

  • Reviews » Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Action / Adventure
    On Wings of Fire: Chapter 13

    Hey there! Plume here, with a review! Oh. Welp. That last line was a bit of a mood killer, wasn't it? But still, it added so much to your story!! ...

    Plume - 2 hours ago

  • Reviews » Short Story » Realistic, General
    Just Imagine

    Hey there! Since the title is the first line, I'll just focus on that- it's simple, but it really sets the scene. What happens later in the story might not ...

    chikara - 2 hours ago

  • Reviews » Short Story » Realistic, Narrative
    The Train to Heaven

    Hello, RandomTalks here for a short review! This is such an interesting story. The title gave me an idea of what the story might be about, so I had all ...

    RandomTalks - 2 hours ago

  • Forums » Lounge, The
    Code tests

    MomoMajesty - 2 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » General, General
    Midnight ponderings

    Hi Niveda, a really nice poem you got there, I really like your choice of words! Dreams that drift Into wispy nothings, Especially this line at the start put an ...

    sukunas3rdeye - 2 hours ago

  • Reviews » Article / Essay » Realistic, Other

    Shady, dear friend, It is with utmost joy and -- dare I say, enthusiasm -- that I deliver you a review today. I will be analyzing this masterpiece through both ...

    whatchamacallit - 3 hours ago

I always knew that deep down in every human heart, there is mercy and generosity. No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.
— Nelson Mandela, Long Walk to Freedom