Kerstin Seguin

Canada

I write to get away from the bad things in the world

Kerstin Seguin (Canada) published:

My World

PROMPT: Ten Words to You

I stand where the cold stays, on sad mountain tops.

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almost 3 years ago

Kerstin Seguin (Canada) published:

ready

PROMPT: On the Last Day of the World

On the last day of life,
I'll be broken and heavy, yet careful and steady. Ready for the darkness to hit me

almost 3 years ago

Kerstin Seguin (Canada) started following EmilyOsbo (United Kingdom)

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about 3 years ago

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Kerstin Seguin (Canada) published:

City Boy

PROMPT: Third Person Limited

        He sat there, on the steps outside of his father's new house breathing in the smoke of the cars driving by. The city was all new to Jacob. He was used too being able to step outside to breathe in the crisp cold air of the country, but since his dad moved to the city hasn't been able to do that. Of course, his mother was back on their farm caring for the animals but Jacob was instructed by his mother...

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about 3 years ago

Kerstin Seguin (Canada) earned a badge Self-Editor

about 3 years ago

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Kerstin Seguin (Canada) published:

She's Insane

PROMPT: The Art of Specificity

 1. Katelyn was insane.

 2. Katelyn said she loved him even though he treated her like complete utter garbage.

 3. Katelyn was in love with him because the hurt of his words made her feel worse and that made her cling onto him more. 

about 3 years ago

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about 3 years ago

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Kerstin Seguin (Canada) published:

She's Insane

PROMPT: The Art of Specificity

1. Katelyn was insane.

2. Katelyn said she loved him even though he treated her like complete utter garbage.

3. Katelyn was in love with him because the hurt of his words made her feel worse and that made her cling onto him more. 

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about 3 years ago

Kerstin Seguin (Canada) published:

Cold Touch

PROMPT: Slow Seeing

beautiful things seem to hurt the most. I remember having to walk home from school on a cold fall afternoon because my fathers truck wouldn't start. if it was too cold for the vehicle to start I don't understand how it was warm enough for me to start. I began my journey from my middle school to my house down the street. I stepped out of the building to see snow falling. everyone was hurrying to their vehicles or back inside but I looked up at...

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about 3 years ago