Pangolin85

United Kingdom

She/her

Pangolin85 (United Kingdom) liked To Remember a Future by The Skyfaring Poet (Australia)

5 months ago

Pangolin85 (United Kingdom) liked Chapter 1: The Mysterious Tale of the Greedy Knight by Mr. Bachelor (to you) (United States)

6 months ago

Pangolin85 (United Kingdom) started following ~Zoe~ (United States)

6 months ago

Pangolin85 (United Kingdom) liked crimson sunflowers of summer days by ~Zoe~ (United States)

6 months ago

Pangolin85 (United Kingdom) liked A boy and his sky by Ren(hiatus) (Pakistan)

6 months ago

Pangolin85 (United Kingdom) liked The Dance | Part 1 by wavewriter (United States)

6 months ago

5

Pangolin85 (United Kingdom) published:

Speechless

FREE WRITING

Her language was all smiles
and frowns;
words were other people's sound.
 
But she ached for the untouchable,
the intangible; just a taste of voice,
the flavour of her own words.
 
It started seed small
down in the deep dark,
a glowing tangle of ink
 
Her speechless song began to unfurl,
stretching out its tendrils,
feeling her out and making its mark.
 
Like roots to water, it honed in,
twisting and twirling,
it danced its way...

Seeking Peer Reviews

6 months ago

5

Pangolin85 (United Kingdom) published:

Speechless

FREE WRITING

Her language was all smiles
and frowns;
words were other people's sound.
 
But she ached for the untouchable,
the intangible; just a taste of voice,
the flavour of her own words.
 
It started seed small
down in the deep dark,
a glowing tangle of ink
 
Her speechless song began to unfurl,
stretching out its tendrils,
feeling her out and making its mark.
 
Like roots to water, it honed in,
twisting and twirling,
it danced its way...

Seeking Peer Reviews

6 months ago

1

Pangolin85 (United Kingdom) published:

Painting the Moon

FREE WRITING

She stood by the water. Alone, the moon shone down and painted itself onto the ripples of the lake that almost touched her bare toes. The water knew to let her alone tonight. It had memory. And recalled the words that had been spat between them; although, the wind was not so considerate. Its breeze pulled strands of her hair free from their confines atop her brunette head and whistled through the fir trees around the lake without a second...

Seeking Peer Reviews

6 months ago

1

Pangolin85 (United Kingdom) published:

Painting the Moon

FREE WRITING

She stood by the water. Alone, the moon shone down and painted itself onto the ripples of the lake that almost touched her bare toes. The water knew to let her alone tonight. It had memory. And recalled the words that had been spat between them; although, the wind was not so considerate. Its breeze pulled strands of her hair free from their confines atop her brunette head and whistled through the fir trees around the lake without a second...

Seeking Peer Reviews

6 months ago