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  • Forums » Welcome Mat
    Hello :)

    Hello, nice to meet you. I might be too immature and young to start sharing my passion for writing and I know my short stories won't really move people or ...

    NightFairies - 4 minutes ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » General, General

    *Mentally applauding* I adore how simple this poem is, not to mention how the flow is on point. It's basic and It's pretty also very relatable. I like the fact ...

    Missymisunderstood - 5 minutes ago

  • Forums » Welcome Mat
    A New User!

    Hello I joined today, I try to post a lot of poetry here... I like fanfictions too, are here books? Well, I need some friends, so introduce yourself here ;3 ...

    NightFairies - 6 minutes ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Dramatic, Romantic
    Light our fire

    Hello, E.E here for a possibly quick review and maybe some utter nonsense! So, lets get started. :D First thing I notice when I read this is that the line ...

    Flumadiddle - 10 minutes ago

  • Storyboooks » Specific Storybook Discussion
    The Mighty Metro Monitors DT

    @Wolfical, I totally understand! Hope your schedule doesn't get too crazy! :)

    ajruby12 - 19 minutes ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Spiritual, Culture
    Colors of the World

    Oh My wow. I really just love this poem. As a christian, I love how you didn't lay it on too thick and from the racism perspective it's something everyone ...

    Missymisunderstood - 20 minutes ago

  • Forums » Lounge, The
    What Are Some of Your Favorite Vocables? Words, Even?

    petrichor (n.), a pleasant smell that frequently accompanies the first rain after a long period of warm, dry weather. zenith (n.), the time at which something is most powerful or ...

    micamouth - 27 minutes ago

  • Forums » Writing Activities
    Zine Project

    Ooh hai Jenth this might be a fun way to get some writing done! Also, hi @Demeter! :D

    Lava - 31 minutes ago

  • Reviews » Art » Fanfiction, General
    Yellowfang's Exile

    Oooh, So this is my first ever review. I just have to tell you, as soon as I opened up this piece of art it put a smile on my ...

    Missymisunderstood - 52 minutes ago

  • Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Action / Adventure
    Chapter 9.1: Ilami


    Lightsong - 1 hour ago
    E - Everyone

  • Reviews » Poetry » Humor, Satire

    Hi wordwing! Saru here for a hopefully helpful review! I'm going to get constructive criticism out of the way first so we can get on with what was great about ...

    Saruka - 1 hour ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Realistic, Narrative
    I Heard He Said She Said I'm a Slut

    Hello I'm here to review your poem a little (: I really loved this poem. It's so straight to the point and brutally honest. with that aside lets get into ...

    woahhitherepal - 2 hours ago

  • Storyboooks » Specific Storybook Discussion
    Pirates on the Lost Sea DT

    @LaurenLovely of course! The Windracer is the name of a ship, since you were wondering, and while there are similarities to Pirates of the Caribbean, this SB isn't directly connected.

    Feltrix - 2 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Dramatic, Romantic
    Light our fire

    Hello Casanova! Kara here for a (hopefully) quick review! Give me your soul. With that aside, I'm not the best at poetry but here we go! Bold = grammar and ...

    DemonGoddess - 3 hours ago

  • Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Action / Adventure
    Moonlight: Chapter Three

    In which Maia unexpectedly finds her necklace and meets the twins.

    Danni88 - 3 hours ago
    E - Everyone

  • Forums » Lounge, The
    What's Your Wildest Writing Fantasy?

    I want to be the next Brandon Sanderson with the wealth of Bill Gates.

    Lightsong - 3 hours ago

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