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Kat Sparks

United States

An almost-adult from snow and sun country. Doesn't feel like growing up anytime soon or staying the same age forever, though.

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Insanity is just another word for 'eccentric genius'. A saying that I live by which lets me write as much in whatever genre I want however I want to.

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Kat Sparks (United States) published:

Take a Shot of Sugar

PROMPT: Improbable Flavor

Take a shot. Of anything, really. Soda, alcohol, even water if you have to. Make it fast. Barely breathe. Cough a bit once it all goes down. It has slammed into the back of your throat with the force of a punch to the solar plexus. It burns, but the taste remains. It's sweet. Almost cloying, like a cake going bad on the kitchen counter. It just sat there in the sun too long. It smells bad, tastes good, get...

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over 2 years ago

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almost 3 years ago

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Kat Sparks (United States) published:

She Is Made of Facets

PROMPT: That Sort of Person

Alice is the type of girl who, when you ask her for five pounds, will look at you until you feel uncomfortable and leave. But when you look in your back pocket five minutes later, there will be a twenty pound note there and a small smirk on her.
She is the type of girl who will roll her eyes but still respond when you call her by a nickname she isn't fond of.
She is the type of girl...

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almost 3 years ago

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Kat Sparks (United States) published:

Five Beginnings

PROMPT: Five Beginnings

PLANT A QUESTION: He didn't know how, where, or when he was, but he did know that cannibals were annoying to deal with. Especially eccentric ones.

CHARACTER: Alice had odd eyes. Not in the sense of that, if you looked into her eyes, you'd feel weird. In fact, if you could look into her eyes, you'd find that they were actually quite friendly. Instead, her eyes were just odd. The right was a bright, almost unnatural green. The other was...

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almost 3 years ago

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Kat Sparks (United States) published:

I Wish

PROMPT: Six-Word Story

We thought it was a game.

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almost 3 years ago

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almost 3 years ago

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Kat Sparks (United States) reviewed:

Road Trip (With No GPS and Two Dead Gods)

PROMPT: Poetry

Some of your line breaks didn't make a lot of sense to me but that could have just been my different style of writing talking. Other than that, I absolutely love this poem. Very good job.

almost 3 years ago

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Kat Sparks (United States) published:

Locks

PROMPT: Open Prompt

She sprawled there, still and quiet, save for her deep breathing from the cigarette in her hand. In, two, three; out, two, one. Her legs were stretched out to the world but her chest was shielded by her arms, hands holding tight to their opposite elbow. Her hair, as bright and yet dark in its fire shade with the ashes mixed in, was loose and lank. Not in the best condition ever. Just like the rest of her. Just like her surroundings, as well. ...

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almost 3 years ago

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Kat Sparks (United States) published:

But Where's That End Up?

PROMPT: Borrowing Voice

"So now where to?"
"Back into the bigger story of the world. Going there, I suppose, would be fun."
"But where's that end up?"
"Who knows? Not I."
Angeline sat up to look at Joanna. She looked and stared and watched her best friend since birth and, if she turned her head the right way and squinted her eyes to block out everything else enough, she could see right through her, through to the dark green grass and the daisies...

almost 3 years ago