Lia Kares

United States of America

When I write, I get sucked into another blissful world.
I've loved to write my whole life, and I'm glad that I've found a community with a bunch of people like me.
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Lia Kares (United States of America) published:

From the Person in the Mirror

PROMPT: Word Collage

First, you will be unmade, and so it was.
We were two broken, incomplete people.
But we were one.
Incapable of loving ourselves.
But thirsty for love.

(1) A Reaper at the Gates by Sabaa Tahir
(2) Let the Sky Fall by Shannon Messenger
(3) We were one: Shoulder to Shoulder by Patrick K. O’Donnell
(4) Quotes: Osho
(5) Vault of Dreamers Trilogy by Caragh O’ Brien.

4 days ago

Lia Kares (United States of America) reviewed:

I Had This Mentor

PROMPT: Teacher Gratitude

I really love how you decided to take the extra mile and turn this little biography into a poem. You did so good in that, and I love it! You even added actual quotes from books which make me feel...

11 days ago

Lia Kares (United States of America) reviewed:

Fabric can tell you a lot about a person.

PROMPT: Identity Quilt

I saw your little note at the bottom of the piece about how long it took you to write this. You said it was sad, but honestly that isn't. It shows that you took time and thought into this writing....

11 days ago

Lia Kares (United States of America) reviewed:

Salt and The Sea

FREE WRITING

This piece is certainly one I would remember. It seems like an opening to a whole bigger novel. There were some sentences in this piece that were wrong (like run-ons). However, those are quick fixes. I suggest re-reading through this...

24 days ago

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Lia Kares (United States of America) published:

Behind the Dark

PROMPT: Sage Words

“What difference does it make if the thing you scared of is real or not?”

Monsters that steal souls aren’t real. Neither are the ones that suck your blood. All in all, monsters aren’t real. However, that doesn’t stop me from cowering from fear under my covers in the dark of the night. I’m not scared of the dark. I’m scared of what’s in it. No matter what anyone says, I know beneath that thick sheet of night are bright...

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Lia Kares (United States of America) reviewed:

Rocks.

FREE WRITING

This piece is a really good piece. One thing I would suggest is evening out the paragraphs/lines and capitalizing. However, I know things like that are an artist choice. You have a really good voice that provokes emotions in readers....

3 months ago