Ravi Tej Guntuku

United States

Ravi Tej Guntuku (United States) reviewed:

The Art in Color

PROMPT: Poetry and Spoken Word Competition: 2021

Good luck on your first competition!

17 days ago

Ravi Tej Guntuku (United States) reviewed:

The Teapot (check footnotes!)

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Overall, this is a very well-crafted story. I cannot wait for the next chapter!

17 days ago

Ravi Tej Guntuku (United States) reviewed:

Sun and Moon

PROMPT: Poetry and Spoken Word Competition: 2021

Great job, and keep on writing!

18 days ago

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Ravi Tej Guntuku (United States) published:

Money: A ladder for self-fulfillment or tool for discrimination?

PROMPT: Op-Ed Competition 2021

    “Beep, beep!”, my uncle’s grey scooter roared in synchrony with every other vehicle in the bustling streets of Hyderabad as I sat at the back seat of the bike, trying to spot the summit of the city’s blue-windowed skyscrapers or attempting to look beyond the walls of the luxurious, shop-filled malls. After I observed the many wonders of this cosmopolitan city in India, my uncle parked his motorcycle near a street food joint, and we both stepped down from the...

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about 2 months ago

Ravi Tej Guntuku (United States) liked If Black Lives Matter, then Education Matters by Bryan Lai (United States)

about 2 months ago

Ravi Tej Guntuku (United States) published:

Ticking Away

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    Fear is a dark, bat infested cave; many attempt to take detours so as to avoid this ominous yet ever-persistent place. Some refrain from flying high in the blue sky, venturing beyond the clouds due to their acrophobia; others dare not to be left alone in a box shielded by brick and mortar, pondering upon why they don’t have friends (autophobia); and few people’s hydrophobiaprohibits them to even drink a fresh sip of nature’s ancient yet...

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3 months ago

Ravi Tej Guntuku (United States) reviewed:

For better or for worse

PROMPT: Creative Nonfiction Competition 2020

There are a few grammar mistakes here and there in your piece, but these errors can easily be rectified. Since this is a personal essay, I encourage you to let your personality shine through this piece. Overall, this is a...

5 months ago

3

Ravi Tej Guntuku (United States) published:

The Twilight Zone

PROMPT: Poetry and Spoken Word Competition 2020

Darkness.
Black.
Eternal Night.

Even the majestic sunrise
Can't undo this natural demise.

Our neighbors used to walk on the street
Going house to house to gleefully greet.
But now, I can’t even say “Good Morning”
To those I love most.

Although the streets outside remain untouched,
The lives of humanity are forever fazed.

The green, leafy bushes near our window still dance back and forth,
But instead of saying “hi”
They seem to be waving goodbye.

The birds still...

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12 months ago

Ravi Tej Guntuku (United States) started following The Midnight One (Australia)

about 1 year ago