muni_muni

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(v.) to think deeply, to ponder

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terror glass

PROMPT: Monster Flash Fiction Competition 2018

Growing up, you fear the monster under your bed and the drugs in the streets.  But no one tells you about the malformity behind glass with your eyes and a heartbeat.

    More often than not, the worst kind of monster is the one you recognize the most.  The one that you can feel beyond touch.  Fear is catalyzed by interpersonal beasts, not the dark or heights or rejection or failure.  The most unavoidable fear is manifested by a phenomenon called...

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muni_muni (United States) published:

terror glass

PROMPT: Monster Flash Fiction Competition 2018

    Growing up, you fear the monster under your bed and the drugs in the streets.  But no one tells you about the malformity behind glass with your eyes and a heartbeat.

    More often than not, the worst kind of monster is the one you recognize the most.  The one that you can feel beyond touch.  Fear is catalyzed by interpersonal beasts, not the dark or heights or rejection or failure.  The most unavoidable fear is manifested by a phenomenon called...

Seeking Peer Reviews

almost 3 years ago

muni_muni (United States) published:

terror glass

PROMPT: Monster Flash Fiction Competition 2018

    Growing up, you fear the monster under your bed and the drugs in the streets.  But no one tells you about the malformity behind glass with your eyes and a heartbeat.

    More often than not, the worst kind of monster is the one you recognize the most.  The one that you can feel beyond touch.  Fear is catalyzed by interpersonal beasts, not the dark or heights or rejection or failure.  The most undeniable fear is manifested by a phenomenon called...

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almost 3 years ago

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muni_muni (United States) published:

the eye of the storm

PROMPT: Environmental Writing Competition 2018

Where I'm from, people learn to live in the eye of the storm.

    I'm one of the few natural-born U.S citizens in my family.  My grandma took me to the Philippines at a very young age before I learned to speak proper English, so Tagalog was my native language.  But when we moved back to the U.S and no one spoke Tagalog to me, it was displaced by English.  I don't remember my family's native tongue, nor do I remember...

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almost 3 years ago

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muni_muni (United States) published:

zero missed calls

PROMPT: Love in 13 Words

calling them at midnight just to make sure that they got home safe.

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