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  • Poetry » General, General

    *insert clever description*

    Caitlynn - 50 minutes ago
    E - Everyone

  • Reviews » Poetry » General, Realistic

    Okay one word, Wow. I loved the word choice, and the flow in the poem. "Seeing my wedding dress of red lace, and the shoes heavy as lead." I love ...

    Caitlynn - 54 minutes ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Dramatic, Mystery / Suspense

    Well that took a dark turn! First off I really love the flow, and structure of this poem. The ending has me shivering. Anyway I really like this line "A ...

    Caitlynn - 60 minutes ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » General, Realistic
    days change.

    Such a simple, short, but powerful poem. I especially love the ending, it ties it together very nicely. The imagery this poem provides is amazing, lovely job in that department. ...

    Caitlynn - 1 hour ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Dramatic, Realistic
    Do You Know What It's Like?!

    This poem has a very deep meaning, not rare to see, but told in a rare way. I loved it, the imagery was beautiful. "I wear sunglasses, but they're not ...

    Caitlynn - 1 hour ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » General, General
    A Tale

    Hey there, Snow here for a review. :) First off, I loved reading this piece. It was so simple yet intriguing, and I really love the tapestry metaphor playing through ...

    SnowMonkey - 2 hours ago

  • Short Story » Mystery / Suspense, Science Fiction
    Section Three, Title XVI

    if you cannot have perfection, there may be other options for you

    manilla - 4 hours ago
    E - Everyone

  • Reviews » Art » General, General

    ((Do you need someone to talk to? Ring me up, please, I can listen.)) -- Quick review - I know this is supposed to be a short work, but it ...

    manilla - 4 hours ago

  • Novel / Chapter » Science Fiction, Humor
    Delta - 17.3

    1987 words

    LadyBird - 5 hours ago
    18+ Language Mature Content

  • Reviews » Poetry » General, Dramatic

    Hi lukekazey! I just have one pointer: The beginning of sentences need to be capitalized and so do the all the I's. The last sentence: "all i did was stab ...

    Liberty500 - 6 hours ago

  • Reviews » Short Story » Science Fiction, General
    Writing Prompt #1

    Hey there! ZOMBIES! I have a real sorta soft spot for zombies, even though I'm really not into gore lately! They're just so creepy- and there's always that opportunity to ...

    Holysocks - 6 hours ago

  • Reviews » Novel / Chapter » Horror, Mystery / Suspense
    The Silver Cross: Part Three; Chapter 19 - Irene Harringsworth: The Convict

    So I must say this again, you still have me hooked. I am not really impressed with Raffie's decisions that he makes. I am not happy with Wendy's character.... Why ...

    PoTatOe001 - 8 hours ago

  • Reviews » Art » General, General

    I just wanted to say even the simplicity of this piece speaks VOLUMES.... Good job! I think for me in my life right now, this is true on so many ...

    PoTatOe001 - 8 hours ago

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    Post Your Picture Here! [10]

    Self-conscious but ya know, why not?

    Amabilia - 8 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » General, Lyrical
    Lattices in Lace

    Beautiful poem. It had an epic feel to it, and so I expected it to be longer. However, the fact that you were able to pull something like this off ...

    artemis15sc - 10 hours ago

  • Reviews » Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Action / Adventure
    The Hero's Brother (9.1)

    Hey there! I'll start by saying I absolutely love your descriptions. They are beautiful, unique, and really set the tone for the chapter. I haven't looked at any of your ...

    artemis15sc - 10 hours ago

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