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SomeFormOfWriting

United States

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I do what I love:
I write.

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SomeFormOfWriting (United States) published:

Home

PROMPT: Travel Writing Competition 2018

    Davis, California houses a university and has the highest population in the county, but despite all the people, shops, and sights, it still feels like a small town. It feels like home. It’s full of quirks, from the upside-down egghead statues in front of the university library to the mosaics and sculptures scattered around the heart of the city. In downtown, there are three movie theaters, three bookstores, a farmer’s market, a small art gallery, and more boba shops...

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SomeFormOfWriting (United States) published:

Eternal Spring: March 27, 1982 (entry 4)

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Dear Diary,
    It continued to rain all of yesterday, and I was forced to listen to the pitter-patter against my window; the raindrops taunting me as I laid trapped in my bed. I caught a mild cold from meeting Arian in the rain the day before yesterday, and because of that, I missed what I feel like be the last rainfall of the season: the last rainfall for me. But it was worth it. That brief feeling of the...

3 days ago

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SomeFormOfWriting (United States) published:

Still Sky

PROMPT: The Peace of Wild Things

Still is the sky
in the morning, when I wake.
No clouds as the light
begins to overflow
the darkness that slept with me.
Away with my sleep,
away with the shadow in the sky,
as the sun creeps out
from the abyss.
Black turns to orange turns to blue
as I open my eyes.

Calm is the sky
as white wisps journey past, entangling
to make shapes appear
across the blue.
Our imaginations run wild
when we see the...

4 days ago

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SomeFormOfWriting (United States) published:

His Darkness

PROMPT: 25 Words

He showed me his darkness, but I didn't know what to say, I didn't know what to do.

And then my best friend was gone.

about 1 month ago

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SomeFormOfWriting (United States) published:

Eternal Spring: March 25, 1982 (entry 3)

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Dear Diary,

    Arian and I had planned on going out today, but my prediction was correct: it is raining. Mother and Father forbade me from going out in the rain, but we need bread now, so Arian is going to the bakery alone. All I’m doing now is staring out the window which diminishes the beauty of the outside and waiting for Arian to come back, hopefully with a cookie for me. I love the bakery’s cookies. The rain...

about 1 month ago

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SomeFormOfWriting (United States) published:

Eternal Spring: March 24, 1982 (entry 2)

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Dear Diary,

    I write today to chronical this beautiful sky. There are wispy, silky clouds lazily traversing the blue backdrop. I just know the sunset is going to be stunning. My favorite clouds are the whimsical ones that are just barely there; they seem so pure, yet so fragile, so much like a dream. I can see darker, more foreboding clouds peeking over the cottage roofs in the distance. I can sense the oncoming rain. Perhaps I won’t be...

about 1 month ago

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SomeFormOfWriting (United States) published:

Eternal Spring: March 21, 1982 (entry 1)

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Dear Diary,

    Today is the first day of Spring. I write in this book in hopes that it will be my legacy. These words, these thoughts, I can leave behind when I pass; they will be what I am remembered for. I am only 17, but my time is almost up. I can feel it. Mother, Father, and Arian tell me never to lose hope, although I know they have lost it themselves. I can feel my body and...

about 1 month ago