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i am not your daughter
by anneonomus in Poetry » General

The Girl and the Bird
by LUNARGIRL in Poetry » Narrative

No Longer Flowing
by TheScribe in Poetry » Narrative

“You know you’ll die, right?”
by AilahEvelynMae in Short Story » Narrative

To the Forest
by Hikari_hateke in Poetry » Horror

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  • Short Story » Realistic, Narrative

    A personal piece about my younger brothers and home.

    RainbowCereal - 9 minutes ago
    E - Everyone

  • Reviews » Short Story » Realistic, Other
    New Beginnings

    Hey!! I'm back again with another review, lol. The beginning was really well done! I like that you started off with the books; it was specific and vague enough that ...

    RainbowCereal - 11 minutes ago

  • Reviews » Short Story » Realistic, Other
    The Birthday Candles

    Hey!! Stopped by to give a review. :) I really thought that this was a really interesting read, especially since it's being told from the perspective of a seven year-old, ...

    RainbowCereal - 33 minutes ago

  • Forums » Lounge, The
    Code tests

    MomoMajesty - 35 minutes ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Narrative, General
    No Longer Flowing

    Hey, its Jolley10101 here with a review. This poem was extremely awesome, as a writer I can totally relate to this! Things I really loved about this poem: I loved ...

    Jolley10101 - 58 minutes ago

  • Novel / Chapter » Romantic, General
    Kon and Siyanda's Epic Guide to Life----Bucket List (Part One)

    An enby, an indie game dev, and a cat walk into a bar....

    LexiLoree - 1 hour ago
    18+ Language Violence Mature Content

  • Reviews » Poetry » Narrative, General
    No Longer Flowing

    Hey-ho! It's Eilís here for a lil' review. To start, I loved this piece. It flows really well (despite what the title says) and I'm sure many of the authors ...

    eilisBK - 1 hour ago

  • Storyboooks » Out-of-Character Discussion
    Group 5 [OOC]

    alright, sounds good! ^-^ I already made a design for the villain, would you like me to give you the link for the picrew I used or have me make ...

    Ignorance - 2 hours ago

  • Short Story » Health, Realistic

    I know the title is really, really bad. But it's what the story is about, so....

    RandomTalks - 2 hours ago

  • Reviews » Short Story » Horror, Mystery / Suspense
    Fear More than the Virus

    Hello hello~ So deadly viruses are pretty common in writing, and I think I know why. There's something about writing about real life that is just different than fabricating some ...

    chikara - 3 hours ago

  • Storyboooks » Out-of-Character Discussion
    Across The Ocean OOC

    Oh lol. Let's just say that Jack is very bad at telling ages and is kind of blind. (Not Canon)

    Stellarjay - 3 hours ago

  • Storyboooks » Out-of-Character Discussion
    Befriending the Enemy [OOC]

    Awesome!! Aaand I threw in a postie!!

    HarryHardy - 4 hours ago

  • Novel / Chapter » Science Fiction, Spiritual
    Chapter One: Time Travel Isn't Fun

    Mathew is given the greatest job offer of his life... and as a consequence time travels a bit

    MaybeAndrew - 4 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » General, General
    i am not your daughter

    Hey there! Plume here, with a review! Oof. This poem packs a heavy punch. I love the phrasing in it, and I found myself nodding along to some lines probably ...

    Plume - 6 hours ago

  • Reviews » Novel / Chapter » Mystery / Suspense, Literature
    LoaMR: Ch. I: Unforgotten Murder 3 (Reworked)

    Heyo i'm back! Again, Léonard had hardly slept. yikes he probably needs to do something about his sleep. i sense an unhealthy pattern . . . He had to go ...

    InuYosha - 7 hours ago

  • Poetry » Narrative, General
    No Longer Flowing

    A poem about the emotions pertaining to a writer without a spark.

    TheScribe - 8 hours ago

The bigger the issue, the smaller you write. Remember that. You don’t write about the horrors of war. No. You write about a kid’s burnt socks lying on the road. You pick the smallest manageable part of the big thing, and you work off the resonance.
— Richard Price