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how do you like your blue-eyed boy, mister death
by LadySpark in Poetry » General


So I Have This Thing Called "Obsessive Compulsive Disorder"
by Iridescence in Poetry » Other


Because I Never Learned the Name for Books
by Aley in Poetry » Culture


in the garden
by Nikayla in Poetry » Realistic


He Is
by TheChristianWriter in Poetry » Spiritual


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  • Reviews » Poetry » General, General
    No one hurt you so i did

    Kat here to review for you, pardon typos my space-bar is broken. Okay so I am a tiny bit confused, which isn't always a bad thing. I get that this ...

    speakerskat
    speakerskat - 2 minutes ago

  • Poetry » Realistic, Politics
    Leonardo Rosado

    One life touching many others.

    speakerskat
    speakerskat - 11 minutes ago
    12+

  • Poetry » Fantasy, General
    A World of Blue

    Before people tarnished the world.

    speakerskat
    speakerskat - 15 minutes ago
    E - Everyone

  • Reviews » Short Story » Fanfiction, Action / Adventure
    Doctor Who: Children of Mephistopheles

    Hey there, SubSubLibrarian! When I saw this was a Doctor Who fanfic, I had to read it! :D My reviewing style is a little different. I like to type down ...

    Dracula
    Dracula - 1 hour ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Spiritual, Other
    He Is

    Heya, Christian, this is Cas here to do a review, and considering the topic, I won't relent. I'm a christian, and I believe in God. I find things like this ...

    Casanova
    Casanova - 2 hours ago

  • Poetry » Romantic, Dramatic
    The red dress

    The red dress that made me think

    Casanova
    Casanova - 2 hours ago
    E - Everyone

  • Forums » Media Reviews
    Manchester By the Sea

    I actually watched this movie with @amelie (who I'd love to hear the opinion of in this thread)! I can understand that not everyone would enjoy the movie, but I ...

    Nikayla
    Nikayla - 2 hours ago

  • Storyboooks » Specific Storybook Discussion
    Chasing Heaven DT

    I'd like the other shadow person spot :)

    Noelle
    Noelle - 2 hours ago

  • Storyboooks » Specific Storybook Discussion
    PMD: Seventeen Plates DT 3

    I am double-posting for the sake of attracting attention on the fact that I POSTED. Time for y'all to read, comment and vote, I guess, and uh, here's to hope ...

    Tortwag
    Tortwag - 5 hours ago

  • Storyboooks » Storybooks
    Pokemon MysteryDungeon: The Seventeen Plates of Arceus

    Twinkiel – Hurt you bad Day A8, 14:46 “About damn time you showed up, Flaaffy!” Twinkiel chuckled at the words as he, Ariala, Moskito and Riley came out of his ...

    Tortwag
    Tortwag - 5 hours ago

  • Poetry » General, General
    Man

    I don't understand

    Veni
    Veni - 7 hours ago

  • Forums » Media Reviews
    What is the Best Movie you have seen...

    I really like Stardust, Ella Enchanted, the Perks of Being a Wallflower, the Fault in Our Stars, Almost Famous, Sweeney Todd, and Sleepy Hollow, but there's way more that I ...

    KAL
    KAL - 8 hours ago

  • Forums » Media Reviews
    The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

    I love the book. I've reread it a few times the last two years, and every time I can't get over how much I fell in love with the characters, ...

    KAL
    KAL - 8 hours ago

  • Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Humor
    The Chosen Grandma, Chapter 7.2

    In which Edna sees a suspicious girl.

    BlueAfrica
    BlueAfrica - 8 hours ago
    E - Everyone

  • Reviews » Novel / Chapter » Science Fiction, Action / Adventure
    Fur Feathers Scales and Stars - 4.2

    Thanks for messaging me! It was dark, much darker than Mr Pondek’s office, with only a single bulb blinking above his head. I hope you don't mind me getting into ...

    Dracula
    Dracula - 8 hours ago

  • Short Story » General, General
    Fried Expectations

    A young woman returns to her hometown and finds the fast food joint has closed down.

    Dracula
    Dracula - 8 hours ago
    E - Everyone


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