Elizabeth Hansen

United States of America

Elizabeth Hansen (United States of America) reviewed:

My Refuge

PROMPT: Refuge

I think number 2 is a verb, and safety is spelled incorrectly.

4 months ago

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Elizabeth Hansen (United States of America) published:

Strength of the Wolf

PROMPT: Personal Narrative Competition 2018

    I've always asked to be told stories. Since I was tiny, being told stories has given be a wonderful tingling feeling up my back and through my head. My parents have been very accommodating. They've told me hundreds of stories in my life, usually about they're own lives, and then those same stories over and over again. My Papa used to tell me a story about when I was a baby. The doctors told him I was close...
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5 months ago

Elizabeth Hansen (United States of America) published:

Purest Winter

PROMPT: Poetry and Spoken Word Competition 2019

Red leaves turn to brown
As sap swirls and hides away
Slowly moving around
To hide from the world, so cold and grey.

The world is emptied, cleansed, freed
As sleep clears the fog from minds
Winter removes all that impedes
Happiness, growth, the ability to strive

Then storms clear
And leave the world so pure
A sky so crisp (and full of reindeer.)
And beautifully azure.

But winter fades
And then comes April
Flowers spread through the glades
Bright,...

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5 months ago

Elizabeth Hansen (United States of America) published:

The Wild Woman

PROMPT: Water Body

She is both foreign and familiar
Lives in every land but on no land
Out of fear or cold, her depths can make you shiver
But she has a warm and gentle hand.

She goes by many names
Such as Baltic, Caspian, and Red
Loved by children, she knows many games
But in a rage she fills them with dread.

Elegant and calm, fanatic and wild
She is full of power and capability
So approach when her mood is mild ...

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5 months ago

Elizabeth Hansen (United States of America) published:

Mythological Intolerance

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Mythological Intolerance
    Lars Ericsson stood with his sister, Frida, eagerly peeking around their curtains to stare out the window. Directly across the little street was chaos. There were people going back and forth between trucks and the neighboring house, carrying boxes and large pieces of furniture. Apparently, they were moving in, which meant  that Lars and his family were getting new neighbors. They had already seen several children, and some of them seemed to be similar in age to...
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5 months ago

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Elizabeth Hansen (United States of America) published:

Forest Survival

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Forest Survival Interactive Story
This is an interactive story to test your knowledge of the forest, in which your goal is to survive. You start the story with 10 health points, and either a knife or a box of matches. Throughout the story, depending on your choices, you can lose or gain health points as well as other possessions. If you run out of health points you die, and the game is over. There are also a few situations throughout...
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5 months ago

Elizabeth Hansen (United States of America) started following Ryder (United States of America)

7 months ago

Elizabeth Hansen (United States of America) reviewed:

The Queen Of Cats,A Halloween Story For October Fourteenth:

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There are a few spelling and grammar mistakes. But it is a lovely story.

about 1 year ago

Elizabeth Hansen (United States of America) reviewed:

That Place in the Woods...

PROMPT: Your World in Three Senses

I actually very much enjoyed this.

about 1 year ago

Elizabeth Hansen (United States of America) published:

Truths

PROMPT: 10 Second Essays

  1. Life is about quality, not quality.
  2. Your happiness does not rely on others, it relies on your own decision to be happy.
  3. Every world runs in cycles. What happened before will happen again.
  4. People are not born harmful, mean, or cruel; that is the influence of other people. 
  5. Abundance is the norm, not the exception.
  6. Cults are simply small religions. Both have the opportunity to do good or bad. 
  7. Everyone is different, has different talents, different challenges, and that's what...
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about 1 year ago