a_smol_writer

Singapore

Hi fellow readers! I am just a young writer who aspires to improve my language skills. I hope you enjoy my work! :)

Message from Writer

I am well-versed in fictional stories and dedicate myself to publish my self-written short stories in my free time as a fun hobby. I usually write poems and short stories and they can vary from horror and thriller to adventure and romance.

I'm also planning to publish my diary for 2021 so look out for it :)

a_smol_writer (Singapore) published:

Reflection

PROMPT: January Grab Bag

Prompt: Write something inspired by a favorite painting. (by Cranevarnish)

The shimmering sun falls back,
The lapis moon arrives
Dressed in all black,
I cross the ravine
Deep into the forest
The greenery swallows me
Reflected vividly
I stepped into the scenery
A lake of mirrors,
the howling wind,
Is where my loved one
Ceased to be.

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10 days ago

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a_smol_writer (Singapore) published:

Trauma

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When you play with fire,
you'll get burnt
if water envelops you,
drowning isn't an option
as time ticks away,
your tears will dry out
the scars you've received,
the feelings withered down
those beautiful smiles,
unearth crinkly lies
that once came upon
a mere child.

14 days ago

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a_smol_writer (Singapore) published:

Bleeding out

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A head full of delusions,
A mouth that keeps trembling.
The tears emerged from weary sobs
drop like my heartbeat.
Confidence I earned
Crashed like the titanic
When I realised
My followers were fake
Looking at my sister's phone
I witness the likes and comments
They matched the enthusiastic follower I had
"Is this your account?"
"No, it's my friend's"
Noticeably, I was lied to.
Trust issues grew
Before long, I was stuck in
a world of lies.
A world...

27 days ago

a_smol_writer (Singapore) published:

Endure

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Happiness too hard to bear
The lengths I go to hide my fear
Bountiful wealth awaits me
But what if it's not what I seek?
Others stare at me with envy
While I suffer with the heavy chains
Of inheritance.
I drag them wherever I go
To school, on the bus, on the go
I will willingly wait for an opportunity
To finally break free

about 1 month ago

a_smol_writer (Singapore) liked Lost and Found pt2. by a_smol_writer (Singapore)

about 1 month ago

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a_smol_writer (Singapore) published:

Lost and Found pt2.

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Weeping like a lost lamb
Standing in the hazy woods
Calling out for help
But nobody understood
Tears falling, knees dropping
I fell to the ground
Facing the deep blue night
Secrets which escape my lips
Are words that one should never tell
"My father did not commit a crime
so why did he make me run?"
Far, far away from home
Is where I forever dwell.

Seeking Peer Reviews

about 2 months ago

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a_smol_writer (Singapore) published:

Suffocating Times

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Sick of livin' in the repeating days
Sitting on this spinning merry-go-round, I wait
Alone in this unfair world
There's no visible end in this cycle.
Sometimes I wonder
Will things really be the same?
Will they not falter and change?
I stare up at the blank ceiling
Before the pain went away
Walking in the empty streets
Surrounded by dust and silence
I fall onto the pathway
As I look up to the sky
Bounded by limits, unchanging.

about 2 months ago

a_smol_writer (Singapore) liked quarantine by seaomelette (United Arab Emirates)

about 2 months ago

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a_smol_writer (Singapore) published:

Lost and Found pt 1.

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Locked in a room both barren and bright
The light shines so terribly in my sight
A deep voice echoes in my head
Telling me what I should do next
The door is sealed and so are my lips
Silencing an unheard verdict
Blamed for I had done nothing wrong
Came along chains and bolts
They bounded me, still in fright
Without a single word at night
The culprit still reigns outside, unknown
Freely sprinting, but alone
Murder is a...

Seeking Peer Reviews

about 2 months ago

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a_smol_writer (Singapore) published:

Dear Covid-19

PROMPT: Creative Nonfiction Competition 2020

"Whoa!" I shrieked as my feet swished on the spilled hazelnut coffee, landing myself in a mess. Slumped and drenched in coffee from head to toe, I tilt my head upwards to face dusty piles of overdue worksheets gracefully dancing in the stuffy air. For a fleeting moment they twirled and looped, before inevitably landing flat on the coffee puddle, which was seemingly seeping into the old tiles. At first glance, I was just a messy teen in the midst...

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about 2 months ago