Daria Ermolenko

United Kingdom

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Daria Ermolenko (United Kingdom) reviewed:

A question of forests.

PROMPT: Dear Me

I ADORE THIS PEICE! BEST WRITING I HAVE SEEN IN AGES!!!

almost 5 years ago

Daria Ermolenko (United Kingdom) reviewed:

Good Bye Mr. and Mrs. Ray

PROMPT: Flash Fiction Competition 2016

I really liked the various angles of narrative. The third person omniscient narrator alongside the child's thoughts, for example.

almost 5 years ago

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almost 5 years ago

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almost 5 years ago

Daria Ermolenko (United Kingdom) published:

She 'Read' it and Didn't Reply

PROMPT: Flash Fiction Competition 2016

I sat back and tried to look away from the screen. My to-do list was still in same state I had left it in the morning - that is, I had safely accopmlished the 'message Louise regarding designs' bit. And that's it, really. Because once I had sent the message, I decided to wait... she was 'online' you see.
5 minutes later she 'read' my message. And then she didn't reply. 10 minutes went by. Doctor, I am clearly hated!
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almost 5 years ago

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Daria Ermolenko (United Kingdom) published:

A Writer's Story

PROMPT: Countdown

My notebook is full of ideas scribbled down in haste.
Never quite enough time, or courage or just...faith.
Or resolve, because the choices really are infinite.
The passion - it needs a worthy outlet.
The fear is spoiling the unwritten.
That which is beautiful here.
In the boundless imagination.
Yet, the story!
It needs...
Telling.

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almost 5 years ago

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over 5 years ago

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over 5 years ago

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Daria Ermolenko (United Kingdom) published:

Lost and Found

PROMPT: Everyday Magic

I slid my suitcase aside, making sure it wasn't completely out of sight. I would have to leave soon, probably in a couple of hours. It's funny how quickly people can go from counting seconds, to getting muddled up as to what time of day it was. That was when time really mattered, my mother always told me, when you forgot it existed alltogether. Succumbing to the organised part of me, I finally looked at my wristwatch. 3:25. I would...

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