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  • Short Story » Realistic, Other
    Re: Letter To A Lost One

    The first thing that struck me about this piece was how accurately it portrays grief. The subject seems very close to heart for you and Rebecca's emotional progress is so ...

    Apr 20, 2021

  • Short Story » Realistic, Dramatic
    Re: Handcuffs

    I can't begin to express how incredible this piece is. The notion of being limited by youth in a suffering world is such an original idea to write about. Additionally, ...

    Apr 20, 2021

  • Poetry » General, Realistic
    Re: Highlights of the day

    One of the strongest aspects of this poem is that it is so terribly relatable. As I take physics and carry out a lot of the patterns described in these ...

    Apr 13, 2021

  • Poetry » Satire, Realistic
    Re: Signs of time

    This poem has such a powerful message about how we are moving into the future. Pollution is draining the greenery from this world and corporations responsible for it are being ...

    Apr 13, 2021

  • Short Story » Fantasy, General
    Re: The 3 Little Pigs (Retelling) 1.

    This cute retelling of a classic fairy tale really brightened my day. It is clear a lot of creative thought and imaginative thinking has gone into the piece. I love ...

    Apr 3, 2021

  • Short Story » Dramatic, Science Fiction
    Re: Seeds of Corruption

    In my opinion, this story revealed a lot about modern day work ethic. Many of us devote ourselves to work to the extent that it makes us corrupt. The contrast ...

    Apr 3, 2021

  • Poetry » Mystery / Suspense, Lyrical
    Re: Lanterns and Letters

    When poems tell a story, it is so enchanting and this piece is a perfect example of this. I love the feeling that we are practically following this figure, one ...

    Apr 3, 2021

  • Short Story » Dramatic, Action / Adventure
    Re: All Things Pure and Good

    Upon reading this story, I was immediately impressed by how much power is contained within a shorter piece. The overarching idea that one couldn't live in peace existing as both ...

    Apr 3, 2021

  • Poetry » Realistic, Teen Fiction
    Re: Drinking

    As a girl who has been lost many times throughout the past, this poem had a very strong emotional affect on me. Most members of society aren't aware of how ...

    Apr 2, 2021

  • Poetry » General, General
    Re: The Mountain (4)

    As I read each poem in order, it appears the mountain grows more and more perilous. This is always so exciting for readers as they have to discover whether the ...

    Apr 2, 2021

  • Poetry » General, General
    Re: The Mountain (3)

    This collection of poetic narratives is so creative. A lot goes on about the mountain and it is enthralling to see what shall happen to the speaker as the scenario ...

    Apr 2, 2021

  • Poetry » General, General
    Re: The Mountain (2)

    The playful dialogue and rhyme scheme in this poem is terribly delightful. I love how a story is developing. Clearly, a lot of effort and care was put into selecting ...

    Apr 2, 2021

  • Poetry » General, General
    Re: The Mountain (1)

    The relationship that we have with nature is one of both love and peril. Through anecdotes on woodlands, lakes, and mountains, this poem does an excellent job bringing this truth ...

    Apr 2, 2021

  • Script » Narrative, Dramatic
    Re: He Knows

    I don't often read scripts however, this particular piece really drew my attention. It's unsettling how easily Chardonnay and Sal speak of death. Without a lot of dialogue, it is ...

    Apr 1, 2021

  • Short Story » Literature, Narrative
    Re: Untethered

    After looking to read a more extensive project, I came across Untethered and was immediately forced to question the origins behind such an ominous title. I quickly grew to like ...

    Apr 1, 2021


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