rosi willard

United States

est. dec. 4th, 2020
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seventeen
almost flora kane - i love the pfp you made for me and i will put it back up in my profile, i just needed a quick change. love, r
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Three Sisters and the Sea (1) {See Footnotes}

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Adonis Rainsford saw his daughter as something delicate, like the lilies that dotted the sweetgrass patches in front of their home.
Minerva had been that way since she the day she was born; she had barely let out a cry, rather a mewl. 
The only thing that could have made that orange-splattered morning even better was if his wife had lived through her birth. The midwife offered her condolences, but nothing could be done. 
Adonis chose not to think about...
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rosi willard (United States) published:

I Could Lie

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i could lie and say i liked the cold
   and i do (in some respects).
      the snow that frosts the trees
    adorns the branches like melted diamonds
     i like to imagine that they are wilted old 
     dames who wear so many jewels, they
       can barely stand up stay. 

snowflakes weave in my hair and
  dampen it when the overcast sun
   perfectly times their demise, 
   ...

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rosi willard (United States) published:

Iron Jane {AKA this is just me trying to fit every YA dystopian trope into one piece, don't hate me. This is a joke.}

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The End of the Wild West was arguably the beginning of something Greater. 

That was when the Iron Institution attacked. Me an' Mom lived together in one of the Camps. It could hardly be called that. Our home was a tent - it wasn't pretty, with its top that was sewn out of faux fur that we'd managed to steal from one of the Colonials. They didn't even bat an eye most of the time. And if they did notice they...
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