Dmoral

United States

est. 2018
she/her | taurus
old soul of a published writer.

junior | light-skinned/mixed
loves classic books & dystopian trilogies.

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(Just) Finished Reading: Wuthering Heights
I have some mixed feelings about this. This book is the definition of "passionate hatred" and every character is so awful but unique. Bless Hareton (super underrated), he was the only one I really liked from the beginning, my heart went out to him. Talk about character arc! As for the whole perspective thing, like telling the story threw memory was a tad weird, I feel like that was the only concept I didn't really grasp.

Currently Reading: The Catcher in the Rye
This book is wack. I'm not a fan of the main character and I'm convinced there's no actual plot.

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Challenge Completed - Week 4: I Belong

PROMPT: Writing Streak Challenge - Week 4

Aug. 3 - Monday:  Writing Streak Week 4, Day 1: Minnesota summer
I belong to the Minnesota summer: the sun's rays dancing across my shoulders; plump hummingbirds fluttering around the feeder daring us to catch them; hotdish sitting on the table tasting like overcooked hamburger helper; loud smacks on the dirt road as the boys flip tires; light crimson blood droplets on the table as my grandmother pokes herself with the needle while sewing; dogs barking at the birds...
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Writing Streak Week 4, Day 5: My Eccentric Family

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I belong to my eccentric family: a sister to bicker with, but love anyhow; three brothers to give you hands experiences to the life of boys; feet stepping on my brothers' legos followed by a howl; light switch yelling when laziness overpowers the stairs; an endless supply of laundry 'cause no one outfit's ever enough for anyone; late night cuddles with the baby he initiates, but it seems I'm the one who always needs it; five-second-cleaned-living-rooms and overfull kitchen sinks, ...
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Fleeing Gypsies

PROMPT: Flash Fiction Competition 2020

As her golden sandals slapped the ground; rain fell harder, colder; and the wind rushed past her urgently, carrying harsh whispers: hurry up, no time. 

Glancing down at the bundle in her arms, Heidi felt tears sting her eyes. The baby's cheeks were paling and she could feel his heart rate slowing, his breathing heavier, slower. 

Someone shierke from behind, only to be followed by the piercing slice of flesh on a blade. Both sounds rattled Heidi's bones and snapped...

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