milamae

United States of America

Californian girl, writer, sister, dancer, daughter, friend, surfer, explorer, ice cream obsessed, and only want to be a better writer, a better person.

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Constructive, positive feedback is much appreciated.... enjoy!
"Perfection is found in accepting your imperfections."

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what matters

PROMPT: Self-Respect





- Genuine kindess

- Being in the moment

- Acceptance of yourself

- Acceptance of others

- Love Love Love

 

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milamae (United States of America) published:

i loved her but i lost her

PROMPT: Tiny Love Story

My mother entered my room, and took a seat on my bed.
It was then she told me. Her eyes, full of remorse, scanned mine for a reaction.
Except, I felt nothing. This wasn't right.   
But I saw my mother, the sorrowful eyes, the extended arms, and I knew. It was true.

My best friend.
The most beautiful person I knew.
The girl I had watched every Twilight movie, played games and told secrest with, was leaving. Forever. And...

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FREE WRITING

Vineyards, scattered patches on this vividly green quilt, stretching across the earth’s floor. Each patch was seamlessly sewn together then sprinkled with cows the color of the night sky.
Fields of yellow flowers blissfully danced in the breeze, growing on the ocean of hills, spilling out from between each wave. Radiant pockets of sunshine glimmered down onto the lucky few slivers of the land, highlighting the expansive fields of small flowers the color of honey; a shade of hope.
Cloud’s...

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