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PureHeart (United Kingdom) published:

Q&A #PUREHEART

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Hey writers of the world!

I've seen a lot of people do these question and answers things, and thought I'd give it a try. 

So, whether you sincerely want to get to know me, or are just bored and want to contribute to someones happiness, questions are much appreciated. You can ask as much questions as possible, I really don't mind. Go crazy! 

And don't be shy. You don't have to ask questions about my writing; it can be about...

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asteria (United States) published:

delirium

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sigh with the bones
of this earth, child.
(it aches shakes breaks)

plunge your hands into
the sopping stars,
& sing to the cities
that scarred you.
(that was eons ago)

do you hear their
screaming, dearest?
(i hear nothing else)

then return, sweet,
fingers sticky-stuck
with forgiveness,
& watch them unfold.
(i shall i shall i shall)
 
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lilly71 (India) published:

The Punishing

PROMPT: Open Prompt

They knew what they were doing was wrong. They had grown up in their pristine, gleaming city knowing this. Here, the people were safe from all peril, inside the city or out of it.

Of course, there really was no danger inside the city; it was a safe haven for all those who lived within. The real menace was outside, but the people inside were protected from that.

Or so they were supposed to think.

They wereprotected from it;...

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about 5 hours ago

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Oscar_Locke (Australia) published:

need

PROMPT: Dream Big  | GROUP: True Stories


i will be whatever i need,
even if it eats me
even if it defeats me
i will be
whatever i need
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Oscar_Locke (Australia) published:

sea song

PROMPT: Plastic Ekphrastic  | GROUP: Poets and Wordsmiths

the water lines are showing
as i pull back the waves, blankets
of heavy green and grey.
a clear incision; the splitting
of bodies; eviscera and sin
spools out. trash heaps
and tragedy; in the guts i must
swim. swim, and the storms
draining, draining, crash
into mountains of memory. the plastic
entangles me. i can hear the whales.
they are singing; they are drowning;
in the shiver of the wind. 

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about 6 hours ago

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Indiana Mesecke (Australia) published:

Waking up

PROMPT: Season-a-Changing  | GROUP: Poets and Wordsmiths

Snow drips off the trees
Creatures awake from their sleep
Golden rays of sun

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about 6 hours ago

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Ellbell12 (Australia) published:

A world without social media

PROMPT: Unplugged: Op-Ed Competition

If we lived in a world without social-media there would be a lot less judgement and a lot more quality family time with families because the parents and kids would not be on their phones socializing with people who they will possibly never meet.
Teens often try to get as many followers as possible and as many likes as they can. most teens post at least once a day and later on in life wish they didn't post so many...

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about 6 hours ago

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A person (Australia) published:

I'm not afraid of you

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I started turning. Hair grew all over my body. My hands grew longer nails, or should I say my paws did. My eyes started glowing a colour close to amber. My breathing started getting shorter and faster. It wasn’t as painless as everyone thought, changing. I fell to all fours, unable to stand on my hind legs any longer. I dug my claws into the dirt, clenching my long snout at the pain, all my sharp teeth piercing the sides...

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about 7 hours ago

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Quilling Leaves (United States) published:

Bled for the Beauty

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I bled as I wrote,
drops of sweat clung to my brow.
Within the dim candlelight,
my heart pounded mercilessly
as my fingers ached and scribbled.

The ink was bold and dark,
across the paper, words were strung.
A signal idea,
more added to the melody the words formed.
The plot drove on,
dark and sad.

To laugh on paper,
to form tears,
the author, so cruel.
Starborne skies,
and boundless possibilities.
Characters of dreams
fleshed within the ink blood of...

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about 7 hours ago

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Christy Wisdom (United States) published:

the leader's burden to bear

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the weight of their belief is 
staggering, menacing
terrifying
it's a heavy burden to bear, like
the weight of the world on weary shoulders

a leader endures much and has the authority,
responsibility of sending out soldiers,
giving orders
knowing that any wrong decision you make
could cost the many lives at stake

they tell you that you
don't need to bear it alone
the leader can rely on others
he has people to support him
who are willing to...

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about 7 hours ago

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luluwrites111 (United States) published:

Figures

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I sit down in class and realize I've forgotten to bring a pen. There's one lying on the desk, so I pick it up and doodle a quick stick figure to see if it has any ink. It does. But the figure I just drew looks up at me and then jumps off the page. 

Figures. With one quick swipe, I grab the wriggling figure and stick him in my pocket. Hmph. Time for geometry. 

...

Safe at home in...

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about 7 hours ago

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Amber Redmond (United States) published:

The Good, Not the Bad or the Dirty

PROMPT: Unplugged: Op-Ed Competition

The Good, Not the Bad Or the Dirty By Amber Redmond.

All ages now use social media, many adults hate that their kids, even the students in class that have a cell phone and can access Facebook and Snapchat during class when phones are allowed. But really what they hate is how much we rely on it and they joke “You wouldn’t last a day without your phone.” People would be surprised, teenagers aren’t always causing trouble with their cellphones....
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about 8 hours ago

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Mary Wall (United States) published:

morning

PROMPT: Dictionary Title  | GROUP: Flash Fiction

    Rain patters softly on the roof, filling the quiet living room with a peaceful thrum. She enters, clad in cozy pajamas, a book, a laptop, and a mug of steaming coffee in her arms. The couch molds around her as she curls up, taking a inspiring sip of black coffee. Then she sets her armload onto the cushions and, after a lengthy deliberation, chooses the book. She settles back and opens it, smiling at the satisfying crack of...

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about 8 hours ago

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Ali S (Australia) published:

Pink

PROMPT: Poetry and Spoken Word Competition 2019

Pink

Sweetest,
I am sure I dream in colour
and, tonight, I dream in pink.
I dream light and fluffy and giggly and girly.
Dreaming of marshmallow hugs and butterfly kisses,
of primrose lips and the flush of your cheeks
As we run through field upon flower field.
We’re holding hands because no one’s there to see.
We’re two idiots who know better than to dream
of the future. I’m dreaming
pink like little-girls' dollhouses,
like daisies and fairy-wings,
like...

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about 8 hours ago

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r_m_s_writes (United States) published:

Something Great

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    “Sinclair, you’re acting like an aristocrat! This is a partnership- we’re equals!” I quickly finished up in the bathroom, dried off as best I could, opened the door and strode to the dining room table down the hall. I stood in the doorway, bedraggled and awaiting a stern conversation about communication. I simply asked, “Website?” Hen looked up at me, eyes blazing. Instead of yelling, she walked out and came back with a dish towel in hand. “Dry your hair,...

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about 9 hours ago

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Harlow (United States) published:

My Girl

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You're the guy
that's not a guy
but treats me like a gentleman

You hold the door
and tip your hat.
You're the guy I've fallen for.

And you,
my love,
you are the guy
the other girls adore

but I'm the one 
the calls you mine.
The one you're fighting for.

You're the guy 
that's not a guy
because you are 
my girl.

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about 9 hours ago

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Hermione_Granger67 (United States) published:

stage

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bustle backstage
directors call
actors flurry
costumes missing

go on stage
dusty black floor
pose

heavy curtains
dark red
rise

music cues
monologue
dialogue

lights
in the spotlight

lines recited
roll off the tongue
to cheering crowds
 

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about 10 hours ago

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CatCrazy0430 (United States) published:

Your Lies

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You’re the guy,
Who fed me lies,
You’re the guy,
Who ended my life.

You’re the guy,
Who’s handsome face,
Swept me off my feet that night,
With your hands covered with lace.

But little did I know,
Your face covered,
With that deep black mask,
Was hiding lies undiscovered.

You told me the truth,
Honey covered lies,
It was all a plot,
To end my life.

I offended your gang,
I punched his chest,
Your petty revenge,
Would kill...

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about 11 hours ago

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Tanman1114 (United States) published:

Unplugged

PROMPT: Unplugged: Op-Ed Competition

    Phones, I say are the number one thing that we use the most. We don't use the computer, we don't use the toilet the most, we use our phones. Most of us in our generation can't live without electronics, we are glued to them like stickers on a notebook. Most people today probably won't give up their technology or as we call it "unplugged". I probably wouldn't either, and I have my reasons to back that up. We need our...

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about 11 hours ago

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bride124 (United States) published:

This Must Be What Love is Supposed to Feel Like

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Hello, it is bride124 here:) Before you continue to read the following, I advise that you read the prequel called 
THIS MUST BE WHAT LOVE FEELS LIKE . Well, I gave ya a heads-up. Read below with discretion. This is "This Must be What Love is Supposed to Feel Like" (I would have place this warning in the footnotes but it wouldn't make any sense since you would have already read the story...) 



"Some coffee and bread please," I...
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about 11 hours ago

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WhiteDSA (United States) published:

Random Song

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i am here, but no one sees you, thats hurts more you know? Not even your family, Who fought so hard to get you, doesn't even see you here... You feel like you are collasping, and this hurts so bad. You a sore forevermore, you just wanted to be seen. It was a small wish, but they are not granted as you wish, I guess I be in the shadows. I'll be here if you need me... But they don't...

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about 12 hours ago

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Ryder (United States) published:

Finish that sentence! (contest:)

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First prize: six likes, a comment, a shout out in my bio
Second prize: four likes, a comment, a shoutout in my bio
Third prize: two likes, a shout out in my bio

Everyone who enters will be followed. 
Deadline is May 31 (5/31/19)

Finish this sentence in the comments: You're the guy........


Have fun and be creative!

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about 12 hours ago

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Mika Izu (United States) published:

Privileged Society

PROMPT: Food Writing Competition 2019

    Munching on a sweet, crimson berry. Savoring the crunch of seeds against one's tongue. Delighting in fireworks of flavor explode in one's mouth as one bites into a ripe fruit. These are all things most of us take for granted. However, behind the colorful food, there is a story. A story of determination and sometimes loss. Perhaps the easiest way to appreciate what is on one's plate is to learn the story behind it.
    Small and large farms alike...

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about 12 hours ago

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bibliophile (United States) published:

Lying Low

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     A birthday party seemed like an innocent enough place to blend in, relax for a moment. It’s been a while since I stopped moving. But when the balloon popped, I realized quickly that I was very wrong. 
     You see, I recently joined a secret society that fights crime. Turns out, it isn't at all like the movies. There's no cool disguises, high technology, or awesome background music. It's more running for your life and being involved...

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about 12 hours ago

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bride124 (United States) published:

CONTEST TIME #revoke

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Hello, it is bride124 here! I have just finished up with my former contest with the winners revealed. Here is the link if it  interest you to try: My Contest #Friendship
Anyway since I am excellent with multitasking (I still need to do reviews), I am having my second contest! 

Theme: I want you guys to write a story that ends in "I've made a huge mistake." To apply to the contest, you must add a link to your story...

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about 13 hours ago