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The three biggest lies on the internet
by Apricity in Other » General

Soil of misery
by QueenMadrose in Poetry » Dramatic

Instructions for Visiting the Tree Café
by Liminality in Poetry » Fantasy

Chapter 1: The Beginning of The End
by hannah314159 in Poetry » Lyrical

Prologue: A done deal
by Sunflowerdemon3712 in Art » Fantasy

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  • Storyboooks » Out-of-Character Discussion
    The perilous voyage of School Deron[OOC]

    I'm up for it @ForeverYoung299! I hope others reply too. Maybe if we @ them they'll get a notification?

    Ayme - 26 minutes ago

  • Storyboooks » Out-of-Character Discussion
    All for Show? {OOC}

    XD hahah “reading your diary” I think it fits! Love it. Also, if anyone else wants to play a prince and have his marriage have been for alliance there can ...

    clarevelyn13 - 59 minutes ago

  • Storyboooks » Roleplay Lounge
    LSS Ship Log

    Week 17 LSS Submission 3,659 And we sail on..

    HarryHardy - 1 hour ago

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

    \ money / Luna Lee Taylor \ money / Luna looked at the car waiting for them with no small amount of hesitation. Unlike the first time she'd gotten into ...

    HarryHardy - 1 hour ago

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

    Thank you!!

    Shady - 4 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Dramatic, General
    Soil of misery

    hello! i'm here with a review for this poem as requested c: i loved reading this! it was sad, but it was very well written. my favorite line was Turn ...

    momonster - 7 hours ago

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

    Yeah lol I meant the 29th. See you all then!!!

    Plume - 8 hours ago

  • Short Story » Fantasy, Dramatic
    Chapter one: Can we really start over?

    When she made a deal she didn't expect she be put into a new life,this one looks like it will be better than her old one...what about the price?

    Sunflowerdemon3712 - 12 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » General, General
    a s-purr-ing day

    Hello there! This is Eros here with a review for your beauuutiful poetry. I just have one word to say, "Wow!!!!" Like seriously this is such a sweet poem for ...

    Eros - 13 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Dramatic, General
    Soil of misery

    Hello there! This is Eros here, with a review for your wonderfully work. The title of your poem is really really catchy. The poem is interesting and the choice of ...

    Eros - 13 hours ago

  • Storyboooks » Out-of-Character Discussion
    F.C.A. [OOC]

    @Magebird @mothbroth I had this rp planned for characters that originally exist in other media, like characters from your favorite TV show. However, I’d be okay with oc’s being used, ...

    Ignorance - 13 hours ago

  • Forums » Writing Tips
    Ask a therapist!

    Thank you so much, Carlito (Again...) You've helped me a lot! I was really interested when you spoke about flashbacks, it could be an exciting tool to use. I am ...

    Moonglade - 14 hours ago

  • Reviews » Short Story » General, General
    Take A Step Back

    Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening/Night(whichever one it is in your part of the world), Hi! I'm here to leave a quick review!! Anyway let's get right to it, I'm standing on the edge ...

    HarryHardy - 21 hours ago

  • Poetry » Lyrical, General
    An Ode to Liberty

    A short poem, like my previous one, An Ode to Love

    TheRebel2007 - 21 hours ago
    E - Everyone

  • Reviews » Poetry » Lyrical, Narrative
    Chapter 1: The Beginning of The End

    Sunflower here for a quick little review! Okay it's alway the short poems or stories that end up getting me going: "Wow people are amazing with what they can come ...

    Sunflowerdemon3712 -

  • Forums » Lounge, The
    May Haiku Collection Submission Thread 2022

    This is a cool idea : ) haiku about me: the role of a nurse to care for mind, body, soul trust and persevere my second haiku (also kinda pertains ...

    clarevelyn13 -

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— Neil Gaiman