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we could light our fingers like matches, set our heads on fire.
by amelie in Poetry » General

if not for this exile
by Autumns in Poetry » General

to the right side of your body
by anngelalu in Poetry » General

by SirLight in Poetry » General

My Friend, The Painting (Edited)
by Dracula in Short Story » Fantasy

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  • Storyboooks » Specific Storybook Discussion
    The Time Games [DT]

    @ChildofNowhere - exactly! (what you said about all that religious figures stuff) I think, just to be safe, I'll stick with Martin Luther. Even though he was a religious figure ...

    pkidchick - 11 minutes ago

  • Forums » Lounge, The
    What are your 2017 #reviewgoals?

    @Lumi, thank you for the explanation :)

    PrincessInk - 14 minutes ago

  • Storyboooks » Specific Storybook Discussion
    The Revolution DT

    Husbando @Omnom that is tempting BUT I'll decide once I read. You can alllllll track my progress (or not lol it makes no difference) by viewing my likes on the ...

    Lumi - 41 minutes ago

  • Reviews » Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Action / Adventure
    Firebond: Chapter 1 - Splinters in the weave

    "Who ya gonna call?" - Megaman. Don't even try to justify not understanding that joke. So! I'm loving the story - it has a good flow to it, the vocabulary ...

    SacredPen - 2 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Romantic, General

    Hellow Im Menusha here for a quick and short review. Basically i like your poem and i think i should say that first. Your imagery are spot on and your ...

    menushathenodi - 2 hours ago

  • Poetry » Culture, Realistic
    Twice the foreigner

    Fourth culture kid, search for identity, language barrier

    Silberfee - 2 hours ago
    E - Everyone

  • Poetry » Romantic, General


    DivergentDemigod - 2 hours ago
    E - Everyone

  • Short Story » Dramatic, Mystery / Suspense
    I See You Invisible Man [Flash Fiction]

    A piece of flash fiction. And that's it.

    LMJRayner - 2 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Realistic, Dramatic
    What Death Looks Like

    Heya! This is NeonCam here to give you a review! Good things: Great use of words! I like the dark twisted concept. I like the ending and how it ends ...

    NeonCam - 2 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Spiritual, Romantic
    Creation is Love

    Hi there! So this started out with a fair amount of potential, but you tossed in elements that I think, instead of intently and purposefully lining up with your vision ...

    Lumi - 3 hours ago

  • Forums » Welcome Mat
    Saruka here!

    Hi there! My name is Memory but most everyone call me mem...if you get your parents to let you watch Anime i suggest stating on Naruto....(theres a main character named ...

    Remembrance - 4 hours ago

  • Poetry » Spiritual, Romantic
    Creation is Love

    My first poem. Hope you like it!

    menushathenodi - 4 hours ago
    E - Everyone

  • Reviews » Poetry » Romantic, Dramatic
    When he is gone but hope is still here

    Hey Im Menu....I'd like to write some short review for your work...You see this poem is very relatable for me too so i might get personal with this (wink). Anyways ...

    menushathenodi - 4 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Spiritual, Dramatic
    La mort est belle; Part I - He was amongst us

    Hellow..Its Menusha here to review your work. Firstly,i should say im in love with your poem. The topic itself catches the eye of a reader and the content is no ...

    menushathenodi - 4 hours ago

  • Forums » Fiction Discussion

    For me, my favorite is C.S. Lewis (and his Narnia series). His prose is excellent and so is his worldbuilding. He doesn't concentrate on only fantasy but also on the ...

    PrincessInk - 4 hours ago

  • Forums » Writers Corner
    Hidden Entity [LMS]

    Hidden Entity - 4.1 - From Sadness to Anger Yeah, I remember the post I've made during Review Day. I'm going to post chapter parts here instead before I transfer ...

    SirLight - 7 hours ago

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