Harlow

United States

A human that does stuff with words among other humans who do other stuff with words

DEEP THOUGHT WINNERS: Zalma and MarSan!!

Message from Writer

Hello, world! I’m a writer and a podcaster and a lonely potato. Enjoy my half-decent ramblings!
Podcast: https://anchor.fm/texttospeech
Bandcamp: heads-tails.bancamp.com

Harlow (United States) started following The Great Gabs-by (Singapore)

10 months ago

Harlow (United States) reviewed:

Migrant or Refugee

PROMPT: No Single Story

Thanks for entering and letting me read this wonderful work!!

10 months ago

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Harlow (United States) published:

Announcement

FREE WRITING

So I'm retracting the likes and comments from the results of my recent cmpetition solely because of the strain it's putting on me. Thank you all for entering and I'm sorry! 

Seeking Peer Reviews

10 months ago

Harlow (United States) reviewed:

A Hollow Crown

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I've never read Shakespeare, so I can't comment on that aspect of the piece, but the craft, imagery, mood, and organization of the poem fit the overall eerie tone well. Thanks for entering the competition and letting me read.

11 months ago

Harlow (United States) published:

The Inevitable End and the Promise of Tomorrow

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We, as a race, live in a pocket of a solar system that lives in the pocket of a galaxy that lives in the pocket of the universe that sits in the palm of infinity. We're born to live before dying, to love and hurt and laugh and cry and grow and learn and die, not truly feeling complete. In this pocket of infinity, we have a wryly finite time to live and experience and complete ourselves before the explosion...

Seeking Peer Reviews

11 months ago

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Harlow (United States) published:

thanksgiving kitchen

PROMPT: Microphone

in my pocket of the world, lend an ear
and you will hear
a symphony of joy. 

The sizzle of bacon
to wrap the crisp,
crunchy potatoes
and the drunken laughter from memories 
experienced by youth
in the mouths of elders,
and the squeal of childish glee
as relatives long gone
return around a table
with creaking chairs
and humming legs. 

 

Seeking Peer Reviews

11 months ago

Harlow (United States) liked a e s t h e t i c by pretzel_time (United States)

11 months ago

Harlow (United States) liked Haircut Day by pretzel_time (United States)

11 months ago

Harlow (United States) liked we're never really more than words | edited & republished by Dmoral (United States)

11 months ago

Harlow (United States) liked Coincidence? Fate? by Dmoral (United States)

11 months ago