averageteenwriter

United States

just an average teen writer looking to scribble out young thoughts from ashy papers
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Glory in mediocrity as you ascend, a phoenix, a comet, a phalanx of ink brushes and skin hurtling across the sky

averageteenwriter (United States) reviewed:

Snake Scale

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Keep writing! I look forward to your next piece!

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averageteenwriter (United States) reviewed:

A Choice

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Keep writing! I look forward to your next work!

almost 2 years ago

averageteenwriter (United States) reviewed:

Orchard Frost

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Keep on writing! I really enjoyed your piece!

almost 2 years ago

averageteenwriter (United States) reviewed:

Pearl blush

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I look forward to your future work! Keep on writing!

almost 2 years ago

averageteenwriter (United States) reviewed:

Heiress

FREE WRITING

Sorry if I came off as a little bit harsh, so here's some positive feedback to even things out: You have an instinctive knack, for the most part, of how to hook readers and keep the story going smoothly without...

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averageteenwriter (United States) published:

Improbable Flavor Inspo

PROMPT: Improbable Flavor

  • The taste of winter- their teeth, strong and bold as they graffiti themselves in your memory, stuck spinning in the snow, in the snow, in the snow, hair filled with snowflake dandruff and peppermint chips, a left-over smudge of cocoa that you will wipe away with your thumb oh-so-gently and savor its taste, a god-given scrap reminder of your faith
  • The taste of┬álove- small, and soft, and shuddering with each new step it takes. it is so fragile. oh,...
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almost 2 years ago

averageteenwriter (United States) published:

A Gift For You

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I have come to offer you a gift.

Yes, you, there on the other side of the screen, and all the others who will read this with a smile with full curves that enchant love forth.

And this gift is not the shiny foil-wrapped ones you get at Christmas, nor the obligatory crunchy plastic gift baggies with chocolates and pencil sharpeners in them, nor the oblong paper cranes you collect from the sky, the ground, in the mall....

This is...

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almost 2 years ago