GraceWritesTheWorld

United States

My name is Grace.
She/her
14
INFJ-T
Brutally honest(I apologize in advance).
Heckin weird.
You don't like me? Then go away.
Not being rude. Just can't take negativity.
[ChildOfGod]
I'm just a girl who wants to share what she has written.

Message from Writer

Everything that I write, I relate to. What I write is real life unless stated otherwise. Writing is my escape, so what I write won't always be happy. But I won't just sit there and be negative either. Good or bad I write when inspiration hits. Sometimes it just lightly taps me. Other times it hits me in the face with a chair. I love to write. I would love any feedback you can give me! I hope you enjoy reading what I've written. Because it brings me pure joy knowing that someone took the time to read it at all! :)

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Fun In The Sun Is Done.

PROMPT: February Grab Bag

Prompt: about something that you’ve had to leave behind (~wildflower~)

    Playful, peaceful, and happy days.
Spent in sunshine,
In the peach orchards,
And in the dandelion fields.
We ran, we danced,
We sang, the most ridiculous songs.
But then a cloud came and stormed.
Blocking the sun.
Scaring away all the fun.
This was no ordinary storm,
Or we'd have danced in the lovely kaleidoscope rainbows
That brought us so much fun,
Even more than the sun. ...

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