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Since January 5, 2018
6 Community Recognitions
Hello. I write - a little. I am a good writer, but I am not trying to discover fire or reinvent the wheel. I just drag along from sentence to sentence, hoping for a spark.
    Rated: E · Western · #2175285
    A western in 2450 words.
    Rated: 18+ · Regional · #2175116
    A revision after advice from Max Griffin. Remaining errors are the fault of the writer.
    Rated: E · Emotional · #2174815
    astromantic rumination as seen in a winter sky
    Rated: E · Experience · #2174814
    poem about stuff
    Rated: E · Experience · #2174813
    Is knowing for sure that important?
    Rated: E · Experience · #2174812
    Hard to say, look and see
    Rated: E · Experience · #2174809
    poem reflecting on experience
    Rated: E · Fantasy · #2174770
    family heirloom that lives in a sense
    Rated: E · Fantasy · #2174499
    A chance meeting on a dark night
    Rated: E · Horror/Scary · #2174496
    gothic horror? assembled with off-the-shelf tropes I had gathering dust in the inventory
    Rated: E · Fantasy · #2174437
    This has to do with what some people call perception and others call illusion.
    Rated: E · Other · #2174436
    just old folks at home, boring don't bother reading. A real yawn fest.
    Rated: E · History · #2174403
    Set in the Canada in the early part of the twentieth century.
    Rated: E · None · #2174402
    A note upon the future, not a probable, likely, or possible future ; a certainty.
    Rated: E · Nature · #2174395
    two haiku (and enough crap to make the ten word minimum description)
    Rated: E · Experience · #2174160
    Sometimes it is important.
    Rated: E · Educational · #2174157
    a poem that refers to a historic incident on a long ago Halloween night.
    Rated: E · Experience · #2174151
    Poem about an orange , maybe it's only an orange. I don't know.
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