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by whatchamacallit in Poetry » Other

I Can't Breathe (Black Lives Matter)
by KahleneTenorio in Poetry » Realistic

Happy Birthday
by LadyVendetta in Poetry » Lyrical

Spandex Man
by LadyVendetta in Short Story » Mystery / Suspense

Disney songs poem
by MoonIris in Poetry » Fantasy

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  • Poetry » Realistic, General
    I Can't Breathe (Black Lives Matter)

    This is a poem about the discrimination against the black community.

    KahleneTenorio - 2 hours ago

  • Reviews » Other » Realistic, General
    Life! What Are You?

    Hi! This is Kahlene, I saw you posted something so I thought I'd leave a review. Okay, I see you going in-depth with the meaning of life. I like what ...

    KahleneTenorio - 2 hours ago

  • Poetry » Fantasy, General

    an unedited poem that I wrote while under a Wysteria bush.

    Stellarjay - 2 hours ago
    E - Everyone

  • Reviews » Poetry » Literature, Lyrical
    Being an artist

    Hi! This is Kahlene, I saw that you posted this so I wanted to do a review! This poem is a little short so there is not a lot to ...

    KahleneTenorio - 3 hours ago

  • Reviews » Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Action / Adventure
    The Pig Doctor - part two

    Hey ShannKenn! Hope you don't mind if I swing by again- your works been at the back of the Green Room for some time, and I'm hoping to remedy that ...

    mellifera - 3 hours ago

  • Short Story » Science Fiction, General
    The Superb, Unbelievable Machine

    The first part of a longer short story I am doing.

    LewisPencastle2 - 3 hours ago

  • Short Story » Horror, Mystery / Suspense
    Horrifying Events #2: A Craving for Meat

    Meat, the yummiest of all foods.

    Necromancer14 - 9 hours ago

  • Storyboooks » Specific Storybook Discussion
    Cassandra Of The Lost DT

    Hey guys, sorry to bother you all again, I just thought this might be helpful. @fortis posted this on her wall, and since we are writing about space and fantasy ...

    LZPianoGirl - 10 hours ago

  • Forums » Research
    Sci-fi transport

    Tenyo's right. They already exist. They're called magnetic-levitation trains that are found in germany and japan

    Katteex - 14 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Other, Narrative

    Hey, whatchamacallit! I haven't reviewed much in a long time, but this poem caught my eye. Okay, so right at the start, I'm scrolling through the poetry feed, and your ...

    yubbies21 - 17 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Science Fiction, General

    Hey Starlit! This is my first review in like five years, so I'm sorry if I'm rusty. I love the use of lowercase letters in this poem. I love the ...

    yubbies21 - 18 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Lyrical, Dramatic
    Happy Birthday

    Hi LadyVendetta! It's GirlWithATypeWriter here for a review. I loved this poem. I related to it on so many levels, it was uncanny. I had a friend of 6 years ...

    GirlWithATypewriter - 18 hours ago

  • Storyboooks » Specific Storybook Discussion
    Pure-Hearted DT

    Posted! Let me know if it's alright. Also, I'm so sorry about the wait. I've been dealing with a lot of stuff lately but I'll try to be more active ...

    AlyTheBookworm - 19 hours ago

  • Storyboooks » Storybooks

    Daniel Lapitan “Keep them alive. But just barely.” Danny felt a cold dread creep over him at those words. He gritted his teeth, balling his fists at his sides he ...

    AlyTheBookworm - 19 hours ago

  • Reviews » Novel / Chapter » Supernatural, Culture
    Fox Tale: Abduction

    Hi dahlia58 i am @potter4life and here for a review:) So i just wanted to say that this was a really good piece,interesting and interactive!So there are a few places ...

    potter4life - 21 hours ago

  • Novel / Chapter » Supernatural, Culture
    Fox Tale: Abduction

    A fox spirit is kidnapping children from the neighborhood. It's up to Shou and Ruri to bring back their friends and stop the fox's antics for good.

    dahlia58 - 24 hours ago

Doing that kind of work, you really get to know if you like animals. If you can somehow enjoy cleaning out their cages, then you know you genuinely love animals.
— Jack Hanna