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Emma Jane Medhurst

United Kingdom

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Emma Jane Medhurst (United Kingdom) published:

To Someone I Love

PROMPT: Love in Words

I don't think I'll ever be able to fully put into words just how much you mean to me.

It's so strange to think of how far we've come and how much we've grown since those little eleven-year-old children with too much aggression to take out on each other. They say that pulling a girl's hair on the playground is a sign of love. Of course, it's also a sign of abuse, but it doesn't matter. You apologised. You leave...

7 months ago

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Emma Jane Medhurst (United Kingdom) published:

I Knew It

PROMPT: Tiny Love Story

I knew it from the first time I saw your face. It was smaller than my hand, and at ten years old, my hand wasn't exactly massive. You were asleep of course, as babies often are. Lavender eyelids. I hadn't even known until then that eyelids could be so beautiful.

I knew it from the moment you started to look for me first. The moment you started to say my name excitedly, like I lit up your life just as...

7 months ago

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Emma Jane Medhurst (United Kingdom) published:

Home in the Past

PROMPT: At Home

Sometimes I find it difficult to decide where home is. Is it the place I sleep, the place I spend most of my time? Or is it at college, surrounded by friends that have stuck with me through thick and thin? Is it the woods, surrounded by nothing and nobody but nature and trees that welcome me like old friends? All of those things have one feature in common, and it is the one place where I feel at home.
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7 months ago

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Emma Jane Medhurst (United Kingdom) published:

Ten Words

PROMPT: Ten Words to You

Home.
Warm. Cosy.
Town.
Cold. Big. Scary.
World.
Beautiful.

Lonely.

almost 2 years ago

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Emma Jane Medhurst (United Kingdom) published:

Why I Write

PROMPT: Why I Write

Life is difficult. I look at the world around me and almost see it now in black and white, and shades of grey. There's no colour, no interest for me. I can't function in this world.

But writing. Creating characters and worlds where I can exist in some senses. It gives me colour. Suddenly, I can see a rainbow. I can feel everything that I can't feel now - sand under my toes, wind in my hair, the wonderful feeling...

almost 2 years ago

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