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Literary Spotlight

All petals are about to fall
by ForeverYoung299 in Poetry » Realistic

nostaligia i've kept under my bed
by chikara in Poetry » Dramatic

I'm coming home
by BrokenHeartsAri in Poetry » Dramatic

Lost time
by BrokenHeartsAri in Poetry » Romantic

by ForeverYoung299 in Poetry » Realistic

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  • Poetry » Politics, Realistic
    I hope you know

    Because of Philip's death, I wrote a poem about my opinion on royalty on general. I still pay respect to him and wish him a good reincarnation. X

    illy7896 - 54 minutes ago
    E - Everyone

  • Storyboooks » Out-of-Character Discussion
    Chess Skirmish [DT]

    So are there any takers yet for the white king?

    QuoolQuo - 2 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Fantasy, Other

    Yessssss I completely agree with you and your poem! Why should the hero always be good? The person can be a bad one and that is what makes a good ...

    ForeverYoung299 - 3 hours ago

  • Poetry » Realistic, Horror

    Need the most help with the title.

    ForeverYoung299 - 4 hours ago

  • Storyboooks » Out-of-Character Discussion
    The Descent Discussion Topic

    Okay, I have officially submitted a character profile that you can look over and give any notes on if needed! : D

    winterwolf0100 - 5 hours ago

  • Forums » Welcome Mat
    Hello from England!

    Woo, poetry! :smt026

    Meshugenah - 5 hours ago

  • Storyboooks » Roleplay Lounge
    Click this

    Thank you!!!!! I’m so glad you’re joining!

    rida - 5 hours ago

  • Novel / Chapter » Historical Fiction, General
    The Long, Brutal, Complex, Violent History of Tlelk and Gentleman's Guide

    Word Count: 20,009 Page Count in Google Drive: 53 We don't expect anyone to read this. We just want the possibility.

    cidrianwritersguild - 6 hours ago
    18+ Violence

  • Reviews » Short Story » Humor, Narrative
    Corrupt Ghosts

    A tale chilling to the bone! Shut up, that can be used to describe things other than temperature. The thing that sticks out to us the most about this is ...

    cidrianwritersguild - 6 hours ago

  • Poetry » Romantic, General
    Lost time

    A poem me and maple did together

    BrokenHeartsAri - 6 hours ago
    E - Everyone

  • Poetry » Literature, Dramatic

    First attempt to writing a sonnet!! I really need feedbacks!!

    ForeverYoung299 - 6 hours ago

  • Reviews » Novel / Chapter » Historical Fiction, Teen Fiction
    Assembly of Absolutists - Prologue

    Now, don't take this the wrong way, we're just very blunt, but the best way to describe this work is...confusing, or maybe helter skelter. Maybe that was what you were ...

    cidrianwritersguild - 7 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Realistic, Health
    All petals are about to fall

    Hey, Ilium here for a quick review! :D This is an interesting concept for a poem, one that I really like a lot! I wasn't expecting it to be about ...

    Ilium417 - 8 hours ago

  • Forums » Art & Photography
    chi's chaart

    My other art dump was a mess, so I'll just start fresh. :/ (I didn't choose the name ~ I blame whatchamacallit for any confusion that might have been caused, ...

    chikara - 8 hours ago

  • Novel / Chapter » Historical Fiction, Teen Fiction
    Assembly of Absolutists - Prologue

    The prologue! Warnings for death, one curse word, and the military, I guess. 12+ because I don't think it's that bad but beware anyways.

    looseleaf - 9 hours ago
    12+ Language Violence

  • Poetry » Dramatic, General
    nostaligia i've kept under my bed


    chikara - 9 hours ago

Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.
— Martin Luther King Jr.