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Forearm Fractures
by silverhanded in Poetry » General


The Chosen Grandma, Chapter 1.1
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This is my OCD.
by atr99 in Poetry » Narrative


In Pursuit of Stars
by alliyah in Poetry » Lyrical


morning, I whispered to the sunset
by TheSilverFox in Poetry » Dramatic


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  • Forums » Research
    What are trolls like?

    Well, it depends on what kind of troll you want. There are dozens of them. Classical, norwegian trolls that come from local mythology, wherein there are (usually) either neutral or ...

    shima
    shima - 32 seconds ago

  • Reviews » Novel / Chapter » Dramatic, Historical Fiction
    Vampiric (Prologue)

    I there! I got here a rather roundabout way. I saw the first chapter in the green room and thought I should do this one first. Then it disappeared before ...

    Megrim
    Megrim - 35 minutes ago

  • Storyboooks » Specific Storybook Discussion
    The Curse of the Wyvern [DT]

    Any thoughts on that?

    featherstone9086
    featherstone9086 - 37 minutes ago

  • Storyboooks » Specific Storybook Discussion
    Of Blood & Royalty DT

    red hair wouldnt help her situation

    Remembrance
    Remembrance - 1 hour ago

  • Storyboooks » Specific Storybook Discussion
    Dragon's Flight DT

    @Lael I will later tonight so that ideas can be written out.

    XxXTheSwordsmanXxX
    XxXTheSwordsmanXxX - 2 hours ago

  • Storyboooks » Specific Storybook Discussion
    Warriors: The Crescent Cats [DT]

    Go for it!

    Sheyren
    Sheyren - 2 hours ago

  • Storyboooks » Storybooks
    Gossip Girl

    Claire Deveney As if in sync most people in the party scrambled to see the new post on their phones. After a moment I look up at Dylan who is ...

    HazelGrace16
    HazelGrace16 - 3 hours ago

  • Forums » Media Reviews
    Let's talk about Bastion!

    @GoldenQuill Reply! By all means reply! Spread the Bastion love! Ahem. Bastion is one of my favorite, favorite games that I keep installed on my computer at all times because ...

    Kyllorac
    Kyllorac - 4 hours ago

  • Poetry » General, General
    Hear me Pals!

    All 'bout Music and the way we relate to it. Music makes it's way into our lives until we get high on it...... A shout out to all the #MusicAddicts!!!

    Lily708
    Lily708 - 4 hours ago
    E - Everyone

  • Reviews » Short Story » Humor, Action / Adventure
    It's A Cells World After All

    This is in fact very funny and i very much enjoyed reading it! I like the idea of them being shrunk to collect this virus in order to find a ...

    verba4scriptor
    verba4scriptor - 4 hours ago

  • Forums » Research
    How Do I Make My Female Protagonists Feminine and Tomboyish?

    Will do, @Megrim. Thanks for taking the time to read & reply!

    featherstone9086
    featherstone9086 - 4 hours ago

  • Storyboooks » Specific Storybook Discussion
    When the World is Dying DT

    Of course!!

    Basil
    Basil - 5 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Literature, Realistic
    Weary

    Hello, CrimsonQuill, I'm here to review your poem. I always like to read rhyming poems. Many of the poems here on this site (including the ones I post) are free ...

    PrincessInk
    PrincessInk - 5 hours ago

  • Forums » Writing Activities
    writing

    earthbaby527ca I would love to write with you! what did you have in mind!

    verba4scriptor
    verba4scriptor - 5 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Lyrical, Other
    Hell has no Sympathy/Star Child

    Hey there, Sillia! Crimson here for a review. I'll evaluate your poems separately, so for now I'll start at the top, with Hell has no sympathy . As I'm reading ...

    CrimsonQuill
    CrimsonQuill - 5 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Narrative, Romantic
    Junior High Interactions

    Hello, and a belated welcome to YWS! :3 So first off, this is a really cute idea for a poem. It takes a refreshing spin on a somewhat overused theme. ...

    Snazzy
    Snazzy - 6 hours ago


When we are children we seldom think of the future. This innocence leaves us free to enjoy ourselves as few adults can. The day we fret about the future is the day we leave our childhood behind.
— Patrick Rothfuss, The Name of the Wind