Delia Rune

United States

she/her
-Born in NYC, half-Swedish, lived in Germany, currently in TX
-I love to write, read, sew, run, and bullet journal!
-16 years old

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Hey! I'm new to WTW, but I'm so excited to get involved. I love to write, and it's one of the biggest things that has gotten me through a really challenging year. It makes me so happy when people peer review my stuff so, if you could read my work, that would be so nice. I'm also always around to talk or give advice. Thanks for stopping by!

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Delia Rune (United States) reviewed:

the sun will rise again (footnotes)

FREE WRITING

I enjoyed this piece, it gave me Greek mythology vibes (especially the "stygian" part). Feel free to take or ignore my edits, but I hope they helped!

about 2 months ago

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Delia Rune (United States) published:

First Snow

PROMPT: 25 Words

Olivia stepped out into the snow for the first time. It was beautiful. She wondered what other beautiful things she had not yet experienced. 

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Delia Rune (United States) published:

U.S. Health Curriculums are Archaic and Harmful: It’s Time for a Change

PROMPT: Op-Ed Competition 2021

                       U.S. Health Curriculums are Archaic and Harmful: It’s Time for a Change

        Americans have a bad relationship with food. We are in the middle of an obesity epidemic. American children are not taught how to eat right. We’re addicted to sugar and carbs. We need to be educated on what foods are bad so we can finally stop overeating.

        This is the misinformation Americans have been fed for decades. But Americans are not uneducated about food, we’ve just been...

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