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Norah

United States

I want to talk to people about books and long walks in the woods, preferably somewhere warm, overlooking a lake. My favorite is genre is sapphic horror and my favorite celestial body is the moon.

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Currently Reading:

The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay by Michael Chabon

Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett

Bunny by Mona Awad

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Norah (United States) published:

The Strange and Wonderful Adventures of Camilla Sanchez and Melanie Katz (Part II)

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The Strange and Wonderful Adventures of Camilla Sanchez and Melanie Katz (Part I)

        Melanie wasn’t going to let the van out of her site, but she was also going to follow this stranger until they gave her the information she needed. Cam followed a few yards behind her, swearing at her occasionally. Melanie yelled at the shambling shovel-wielding creature in front of her, Cam yelled at Melanie. They walked a long while, the van becoming blurry with far away heat-shimmers....
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Norah (United States) reviewed:

A Cursed Contrivance

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This is a great piece, and I enjoyed your voice while reading it. I would encourage you to read it over out loud in order to see where you have run on sentences. Vary your sentence structure!

about 1 month ago

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Norah (United States) reviewed:

The Boy Who Could Grow Anything

PROMPT: A Signature Capability

This was a lovely read, a really great example of someone taking a prompt and turning the result into something that is entirely the your own.

about 1 month ago

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Norah (United States) published:

Stranger's Summer

PROMPT: Song Writing Competition 2019

It didn’t take much for you to be gone
it was easy like flash-paper
hard like stone
and just like that our love was an ocean
too far for me to cross

stretching our love taut— 
baby, you’re stretching our love taut
over the pathways and the riverbeds
of our brittle summer nights
our brittle summer lives

we talked on car rides to empty houses
we talked on other people’s beds
our love became our gravity
our hands became the...

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about 1 month ago

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Norah (United States) reviewed:

Death Is Nothing If Unexpected

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I love this piece, you do a great job conveying difficult emotions. Well done!

about 1 month ago

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Norah (United States) published:

The Poet

PROMPT: Sijo

I haven't read the note Paul left for me in the book of poems— 
told myself the pain would be better now than later, yes
but then I’d read the only words he’ll ever say to me again.
 

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about 1 month ago

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Norah (United States) published:

The Strange and Wonderful Adventures of Camilla Sanchez and Melanie Katz (Part I)

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The water was going to run out eventually. The water and the food and the sky. Melanie thought that maybe it was all just a little bit too poetic, dying from dehydration in the desert. She and Cam were lying on their beat-up mattress in the back of the truck trying not to touch each other, conserving energy. The battery would be charged again soon, and they could putter a few more miles towards what could be a mountain or...

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about 1 month ago

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