GroverTheForest

United States

Angry Enviornmental, Atheist, Feminist who enjoys writing, swimming and drawing out her strong feelings all so she doesn’t go insane. Loves horses, Parks and Rec, Brooklyn 99 and books. Often hates people, especially those that give her a reason.

GroverTheForest (United States) liked The Art of Capture (big news in message board!) by Anne Blackwood (United States)

5 months ago

GroverTheForest (United States) liked Optimist by Norse (United States)

11 months ago

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GroverTheForest (United States) published:

Sometimes, All the Time, Never

FREE WRITING

We all have that person we are sometimes,
all the time,
never

she’s quiet and kind,
scared of what you think of her,
and bullied by her sister within the skin

You’ve never met her,
and there’s a reason for that,
she’s not me,
just the girl I am sometimes,
all the time,
never.

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11 months ago

GroverTheForest (United States) liked why should we dull the highlights in our eyes? by mia_:) (United States)

11 months ago

GroverTheForest (United States) liked Four Years that Never End by lily perkins (United States)

11 months ago

GroverTheForest (United States) liked LAST DAY!!! #HomoSapiensStory by WitchyKittyKat (United States)

over 1 year ago

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over 1 year ago

GroverTheForest (United States) published:

The Old Men From the Church

PROMPT: Open Prompt

It still shocks me, how quickly the language turned from friendly to flat out bigotry. Two old men and 10 scouts sail onto a river. Sounds like a joke. A light hearted chuckle.
It’s not a laughing mater.
First I was honey, now a fagot.
Wow.

They said they were from my town. From the church down the road.
I guess the world is smaller than I thought. Guess my small town was invaded more by the hatred then I...

over 1 year ago

GroverTheForest (United States) liked WtW, Please Listen by spearmint (United States)

almost 2 years ago

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GroverTheForest (United States) published:

I Protested For a Green New Deal. Now What?

PROMPT: Op-Ed Competition 2019

Strikes and Protests grab lots of attention, but to enact real change, we need young people in power.

On Friday, March 15th, I was part of a international student walk out. To protest the lack of movement on the issue of climate change, young people all over the world skipped school. They striked for the world leaders to “acknowledge, prioritize and properly address our climate crisis.” However, not many of my classmates were among them.

I’m a Freshman from Forest...

almost 2 years ago