K.L. Rose

Australia

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I believe I'm quite a bubbly person in contrast to the things that I write. But, we write to feel and to evoke those feelings in our readers and this shared concept, to me at least, is beautiful.

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Hello! I hope you enjoy what you have read here. Any and all feedback is welcomed and encouraged.

Thank you for your time! :)

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K.L. Rose (Australia) published:

the moon

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Fear is awfully prominent in the darkest hours when the sun lends its light to other's paths half a globe away. Fear arises as one considers the unknown lurking in the shadows of the night. One forgets that the moon chases the sun in a subtle manner to ensure you are never alone. It waits for you to discover the courage to dance in the pale light. And, though it may not seem as grand as the fiery sun, the...

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about 2 months ago

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K.L. Rose (Australia) published:

the moon

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Fear is awfully prominent in the darkest hours when the sun lends its light to other's paths half a globe away. Fear arises as one considers the unknown lurking in the shadows of the night. One forgets that the moon chases the sun in a subtle manner to ensure you are never alone. It waits for you to discover the courage to dance in the pale light. And, though it may not seem as grand as the fiery sun, the...

Seeking Peer Reviews

about 2 months ago

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K.L. Rose (Australia) published:

lie to me

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I asked you to lie to me.
You told me the sky wasn't blue, that sunflowers were grey and that you didn't love me like you did yesterday.
I was sure the sky shone blue and that sunflowers grew in vibrant yellows, therefore I believed you loved me that day.

I asked you to speak the truth to me.
You told me the warmth had faded away, that the sky had turned to gloomy grey and that coffee warmed you...

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about 2 months ago

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K.L. Rose (Australia) published:

lie to me

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I asked you to lie to me.
You told me the sky wasn't blue, that sunflowers were grey and that you didn't love me like you did yesterday.
I was sure the sky shone blue and the sunflowers grew in vibrant yellows, therefore I believed you loved me that day.

I asked you to speak the truth to me.
You told me the warmth had faded away, that the sky had turned to gloomy grey and that coffee warmed you...

Seeking Peer Reviews

about 2 months ago

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K.L. Rose (Australia) liked Oh Moon, Do You Remember? by There And Back Again (United States)

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K.L. Rose (Australia) published:

Confession

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I have been offered a place at RMIT university to undertake an associate degree in professional writing and editing, as well as a bachelor of creative writing, but I am terrible at being consistent in my writing and I am worried about how I am meant to complete a degree in creative writing when I struggle to write in my spare time. And to then attempt to make a career out of it seems crazy. But, there is nothing else...

3 months ago