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kaydenblue

Singapore

Just another oxymoron hoping for a brighter future.

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If we are made of what we make of our lives, then I suspect the majority of us are made of sleepless nightmares, stress, and pretending to be comfortable in our own skin.

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kaydenblue (Singapore) reviewed:

The Way We Mourn

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Given that the person the poem is addressed to disliked the traditions and standard structure of funerals, I think it's particularly poignant that all the verses are a uniform length. It's very bittersweet and really well done.

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kaydenblue (Singapore) published:

Choices We Make

PROMPT: Tiny Love Story

Sometimes, I wonder about God. I wonder if the God I know sits at the edge of Heaven and peers down at us, pondering our lives and how they could've been different. I believe in the idea of choice, and He must too, because He gave us the right to choose to live as we pleased. Regardless, our choices must break his heart. After all, he is the Good Father, and don't all good fathers mourn when their children chase...

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kaydenblue (Singapore) published:

Libraries Watching the World Burn

PROMPT: Library Magic

The libraries of the world have always been time-honored places. They are the guardians of our wisdom, the holders of our stories, and the keepers of our dreams. In times like this, where the last time I read good news was three weeks ago, and even my dog starts to doubt the safety of our times, I wonder if our libraries will laugh at us. 

The libraries of the world have seen the apparent downfall of humanity many times over....

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kaydenblue (Singapore) reviewed:

Falling Leaves

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Most of what I wanted to say is in the highlighted portions and the above questions.

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kaydenblue (Singapore) reviewed:

Someday

PROMPT: Given First Line

Ending with a question is very interesting. There's just enough buildup to make you wonder if the narrator is waiting for a physical thing to arrive on board a ship, or if the ship arriving represents something to them

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kaydenblue (Singapore) reviewed:

Lonely

PROMPT: Unconventional

I don't typically like unconventional poetry due to a lack of substance, but this is really really good. I'm very impressed by how you managed to convey so much so simply.

6 months ago

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