PalmLeaf

Thailand

An aspiring writer chiseling away at her block, with a toothpick.
Two-time Peer Ambassador and proud Ravenclaw.

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Hi! Thanks for checking out my profile. If you like any of my stories, please let me know what you liked about them and how I can improve. Any sort of feedback is appreciated. Thank you again and good luck with your writing!

PalmLeaf (Thailand)() liked Moon Lady by coconutinacap (Thailand)()

7 days ago

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PalmLeaf (Thailand)() published:

Garden (Random writer doodle)

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A few streets away from the edge of the Earth, there is a garden, a sprawling labyrinth of greens and blooms. The garden is both wild and well-maintained. There are perfect white cobblestone paths, but also a sea of grass, choppy and uneven green waves coasting across the landscape. There are few animals, other than the local bees, the occasional butterfly, and the rare squirrel. The otherwise deafeningly vibrant environment is strangely silent, devoid of any twitters and tweets that...

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7 days ago

PalmLeaf (Thailand)() liked impeccable utopia by ajamwal (United States of America)()

26 days ago

PalmLeaf (Thailand)() liked nature is an artist by Jun Lei (United States of America)()

27 days ago

PalmLeaf (Thailand)() reviewed:

Freddy The Puppy

PROMPT: Writing for Children Competition 2020

One thing that you might want to think about is what you want the message of this story to be. What do you want readers to take away from this, and what's something about cancer that you want children to...

2 months ago

PalmLeaf (Thailand)() liked Freddy The Puppy by Charisse Marison (United States of America)()

3 months ago

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PalmLeaf (Thailand)() published:

Twenty-Third

PROMPT: A Fictional Landscape

What’s the population?

  • The population is made up of strictly controlled, “lab-grown” families divided according to their genetic genotypes and phenotypes.
What kind of trees grow here?  
  • In the greenhouse: mostly edibles, like fruits and vegetables. There’s a big herb garden, for medicine. Elsewhere on the compound: generic trees, only there to help generate oxygen and make the place look not-depressing. 
What do people who live here do for a living? 
  • They’re lab rats, basically. Their jobs differ according to...

3 months ago

PalmLeaf (Thailand)() reviewed:

Into the Ether

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This is a really good first draft! I could definitely see this story being published in a newspaper or a magazine someday. Keep up the good work! I know I made a lot of comments in the highlights, but remember...

4 months ago

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PalmLeaf (Thailand)() published:

Christmas

PROMPT: Lyrical Stratum

Melodies 
Float through the air, sweet as candy canes and clear as silver bells. The best thing about these familiar tunes is that their magic only grows with time. People around me say they’re so sick of it, but their tapping feet and smiling eyes tell a different story. In another world, we might all join hands and sing along at the top of our lungs.

Colors
Yellow lights, white lights, green lights, red lights, blue lights. Golden “Special Sale”...

4 months ago

PalmLeaf (Thailand)() liked Into the Ether by Nevanescence.poetry (United States of America)()

4 months ago