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my pumpkin patch
by Magebird in Poetry » General

Holi Day
by ForeverYoung299 in Poetry » Culture

To Those Who Ruthlessly Bullied Me, Thank You
by WrenZorya in Poetry » Dramatic

Let's See How Far We Can Get with a Cup of Tea and a Dream
by tgirly in Poetry » Humor

Why sad poems?
by anne27 in Poetry » Lyrical

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  • Storyboooks » Out-of-Character Discussion
    Group 2 [OOC]

    Oof sorry guys I have so much going on! Is it my turn? I will try harder I'm sorry

    WrenZorya - 9 minutes ago

  • Reviews » Short Story » Realistic, General
    A Memory

    Hello! RandomTalks here for a short review! First of all this was a really powerful piece. You have a really strong voice and I think that is what makes your ...

    RandomTalks - 37 minutes ago

  • Forums » Research

    Hey so one of my ocs is about 3 thousand years old and before he died he wanted to be a sailor (but he couldn't cuz he died at around ...

    Hikari_hateke - 1 hour ago

  • Poetry » General, General
    It hurts; I don't care

    A poem I wrote crafted out of raw emotions, as such it is a rough draft.

    TheWordsOfWolf - 2 hours ago

  • Reviews » Novel / Chapter » Realistic, General
    King of the Court [Chapter 18]

    Hi InuYosha, Mailice here with a short review! :D Already in chapter 18. I have forgotten, that we are so far into the story. So let´s start: The fact that ...

    MailicedeNamedy - 2 hours ago

  • Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Action / Adventure
    Eclipse: Chapter 7

    While the quartet travel through the taiga in the light of day, Diantha finds some berries to tide her hunger.

    RealSadhours296 - 2 hours ago
    18+ Language

  • Storyboooks » Out-of-Character Discussion
    Quandary Cottage [OOC]

    the map is nice!

    InuYosha - 2 hours ago

  • Storyboooks » Out-of-Character Discussion
    The Unthinking and the Unknowing OOC


    InuYosha - 3 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » General, General
    The Depths Of the Sea

    Hi! First of all I just want to say that I love the concept! The poem itself is beautiful and incredibly soothing. You do an amazing job at painting a ...

    Katem_277 - 3 hours ago

  • Novel / Chapter » Realistic, General
    King of the Court [Chapter 18]

    Dwayne's little personal problem comes to an end!

    InuYosha - 3 hours ago

  • Reviews » Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Action / Adventure
    On Wings of Fire: Chapter 21

    Hey there! Plume here, with a review! Gahhh what a great chapter!! I definitely felt the distinct vibe of trying to catch up on everything that had happened. I felt ...

    Plume - 4 hours ago

  • Novel / Chapter » General, General
    The Old Man And The Boy 2

    The boy goes back.

    RandomTalks - 4 hours ago

  • Storyboooks » Storybook Sanctuary
    Finding Nate the Dragon

    "AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.......a?" Fire slowly stopped screaming as she realized nothing was biting her. There was supposed to be a Rodent of unusual size ripping her to

    FireEyes - 5 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » General, General
    The Depths Of the Sea

    Hello! I am here to leave a little review, This is beautiful. It's the kind of poem I would like someone to read to me in a soothing voice while ...

    Rodionandaxe - 7 hours ago

  • Reviews » Short Story » Realistic, Satire
    The NETWORK. the Innominate Nation.

    Hi JohnKlue, Mailice here with a short review! :D Here to bump out this story from the Green Room. I think I´ve read already a part of your Network Story. ...

    MailicedeNamedy - 7 hours ago

  • Reviews » Short Story » General, Literature

    Hi bnnina, Mailice here with a short review! :D You have written a wonderful introduction. It has great readability and builds on itself. The descriptions are varied and detailed and ...

    MailicedeNamedy - 8 hours ago

It had a perfectly round door like a porthole, painted green, with a shiny yellow brass knob in the exact middle. The door opened on to a tube-shaped hall like a tunnel: a very comfortable tunnel without smoke, with panelled walls, and floors tiled and carpeted, provided with polished chairs, and lots and lots of pegs for hats and coats—the hobbit was fond of visitors. The tunnel wound on and on, going fairly but not quite straight into the side of the hill —The Hill, as all the people for many miles round called it—and many little round doors opened out of it, first on one side and then on another.
— JRR Tolkien