Ilyana Kunzer

United States

Je parle francaise peasants. If you know me please leave this is so cringy lmbo.

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Please don't look at my stuff from 2019 and earlier thanks peace out

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Ilyana Kunzer (United States) published:

angel

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i wish i was an angel, beautiful,
spread my wings
and fly away
from my problems
but i am not an angel
and my problems are myself

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Ilyana Kunzer (United States) reviewed:

What is Life? (Part 1): Do I Even Have One?

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I loved how creative this piece was! I would've never thought of this!

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Ilyana Kunzer (United States) published:

The Hunger Game Returns -Part 1 (Revised)

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I walked up to the stage. A voice played over the crowd. It echoed before being drowned out by an uneasy applause that scattered around the big field full of about 200,000 people, “Welcome, all, to the amazing Hunger Games, once again!” I resisted the urge to roll my eyes. There was nothing amazing about it, but I was on stage, after all, and might as well make people think I was respectful.
“Our contestants are Lee Armelle,...

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Ilyana Kunzer (United States) published:

The Hunger Game Returns -Part 1 (Revised)

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Part 1
I walked up to the stage. A voice played over the crowd, echoing before being drowned out by the uneasy applause that scattered around the big field full of about 200,000 people, “Welcome, all, to the amazing Hunger Games, once again!” I resisted the urge to roll my eyes. There was nothing amazing about it, but I was on stage, after all.
“Our contestants are Lee Armelle, Elizabeth Coy,” - I flinched at my name being poured into...

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