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Kate Gardner

Kate | 15 | give me tea, a notebook, and a blanket and I'll be satisfied

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Kate Gardner started following Grace Hammond (Australia)

18 days ago

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Kate Gardner liked Hues by Grace Hammond (Australia)

18 days ago

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Kate Gardner published:

A Thousand Open Doors

PROMPT: Five Beginnings

    In the house by the meadow, there were a thousand open doors. 

    I looked out into the blackness of a nocturnal sea. It took me a moment to realize the glint that I saw was from more than my lantern. Something was looking back.

    To tell this story, I must begin with my mother. 

    The shopkeeper was known to tourists through tinkling bells and bright, hollow things. To the locals she pedaled...

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about 1 month ago

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Kate Gardner reviewed:

Color Collection

PROMPT: Paint Swatch

I love how you chose to give your colors unique names instead of only using portmanteaus of other words.

about 1 month ago

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Kate Gardner liked Paperback and Dust Jacket by Roro Vienna (Philippines)

about 1 month ago

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Kate Gardner published:

how this summer will taste

PROMPT: Improbable Flavor

    Although spring blossoms still welcome themselves to the threshold of my porch, I believe that I know what this summer will taste like. The rich char of a bonfire will cling to the inside of my teeth. Lime popsicles will dance across my tongue. The salt of the sea will wash in with the rain, and pine will taste solemn, like old love.

Seeking Peer Reviews

about 2 months ago

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Kate Gardner published:

the boar

PROMPT: The Limerick

behind the old door
Jane hid a young boar
for she feared that her tired mother
would never take another
not with her father at war

2 months ago

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Kate Gardner published:

Daffodil Poem

PROMPT: Open Prompt

ring out the mourning bells my dear, the daffodils are dead
and now that we needn’t fear the frost, time covets her stead
she crept through the warmth of these past weeks, to lay her lips to my flower bed
and wrinkled lay the corpses, this morning where she was led

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