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Children of Typhon

PROMPT: Human Connections Essay Competition 2019

Her beanie was my beacon. That afternoon, Hayden was dressed, as always, in high emo fashion, with killer eyeliner and awesome fishnets under her jean shorts. It was my first time at this group and the room fell quiet when I appeared. Without hesitating, I chose a seat next to her and from there, well, fate kicked her feet up and leaned back because her job was done. I met Iris at the library, too. It was a few weeks...

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momma said she met god kneeling in the creek behind mr smith's farm

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There was one spot in the middle that I noted feels a bit out of place, the tone of it. But, otherwise, it flows like water. I am amazed by your writing and so glad I read it.

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queerquotes (United States) reviewed:

Treat Me The Same

PROMPT: A Trillion Trees

I love the energy of this poem. Keep it up!

about 1 year ago

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queerquotes (United States) reviewed:

Sorrow

PROMPT: Universal Knowledge

Your writing moved me so much that I wanted to do more than a comment, but I don't know what to say. Bravo.

about 1 year ago

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queerquotes (United States) published:

Children of Typhon

PROMPT: Human Connections Essay Competition 2019

Her beanie was my beacon. That afternoon, Hayden was dressed, as always, in high emo fashion, with killer eyeliner and awesome fishnets under her jean shorts. It was my first time at this group and the room fell quiet when I appeared. Without hesitating, I chose a seat next to her and from there, well, fate kicked her feet up and leaned back because her job was done. I met Iris at the library, too. It was a few weeks...

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