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I Fell in Love Once
by tgirly in Poetry » Romantic

The Tea-Seller
by TheRebel2007 in Poetry » Lyrical

Why I Don't Write Humor Anymore
by Horisun in Poetry » Realistic

LoaMR: Ch.IX: Change of Tracks 1
by MailicedeNamedy in Novel / Chapter » Mystery / Suspense

I think one of my pixel arts
by Sunflowerdemon3712 in Art » Fanfiction

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  • Poetry » Humor, Humor
    The Great God of Writing

    The woes of writing personified.

    Horisun - 59 minutes ago
    E - Everyone

  • Poetry » Realistic, General
    Why did I ever leave?


    Phillauthet - 1 hour ago

  • Storyboooks » Roleplay Lounge
    Two Crows Watch from the Gallows Tree [meme thread]

    Both of those are so yes

    GrandWild - 2 hours ago

  • Forums » Writers Corner
    potatoes in a dishwasher

    v. i am obsessed with appliances this is my "entry" for alliyah's NaPo Time-Traveler Contest . of course, the deadline has long passed, but I still wanted to write something ...

    starlitmind - 2 hours ago

  • Storyboooks » Out-of-Character Discussion
    LSS: The Last Word OOC

    Everyone's going to puzzle through the clue and what they learned at the apartment, and I think I'm going to have Julian discover that Grant was stealing funds from the ...

    Plume - 3 hours ago

  • Storyboooks » Out-of-Character Discussion
    Macabre Schematics Maniacally Shattered [OOC]

    excus u i am the husband Oop sorry, forgot you were waiting on me my bad. Unfortunately my work is trying to murder me and I can’t tonight and prolly ...

    Shady - 5 hours ago

  • Storyboooks » Storybook Sanctuary
    LSS: The Lifecycle of a Heist

    \ money /Dwyn Souza\ money / After Dwyn blew up at the two of them about never understanding what she was actually saying, everybody finished their food in silence. The ...

    winterwolf0100 - 5 hours ago

  • Short Story » Fantasy, Other
    Lucas’ past

    Since I’ve been getting comments on “Lucas-The one behind it all” that it should be more detailed,I made this story which focuses on him growing up.

    vampricone6783 - 5 hours ago
    12+ Violence Mature Content

  • Reviews » Poetry » Fantasy, Narrative
    Selkie Maidens

    Whatever story this might be an introduction to,I’ll stay tuned.The narrator calls the selkie maiden a child.How old is she? How old is the human? Is it a metaphor for ...

    vampricone6783 - 5 hours ago

  • Reviews » Novel / Chapter » Historical Fiction, Fantasy
    Fool Without A Master (Chapter 19 Part 2)

    Hello again! Salis here with my final review for this story!! I was smiling for most of this half of the last chapter and that is proof that I am ...

    SalisRuinen - 6 hours ago

  • Reviews » Other » General, General

    What a beautiful piece of literature. I love the use of visualization. Not only is this literary artwork, but it's also literally artwork. You really encapture the boredom and the ...

    AriesBookworm - 8 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Romantic, Realistic
    I Fell in Love Once

    Hi tgirly! My name is Elinor, and I wanted to drop by to give you a quick review. I really enjoyed this poem, and it felt very real to me ...

    Elinor - 11 hours ago

  • Reviews » Novel / Chapter » Action / Adventure, Fantasy
    Black And White: Prologue

    Hi AriesBookworm! RandomTalks here with a short review! I like the way you have divided the piece into three sections. Each of the parts reflect a very different tone and ...

    RandomTalks - 11 hours ago

  • Poetry » Fantasy, Narrative
    Selkie Maidens

    A selkie bride and human groom

    AriesBookworm - 12 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Lyrical, Satire
    The Tea-Seller

    Hello! I just wanted to leave a quick review! For starters, I think you picked such a relevant yet scarcely chosen theme to write a poem on, so well too! ...

    D - 13 hours ago

  • Forums » Writing Activities
    Haiku Train

    a cloud drifting past calls a memory afar my youthful old times.

    Kelisot - 13 hours ago

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— Emily Dickenson