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Covers I Like More Than the Original

By: AutumnMooncakesMay 26, 2016

Tiffany Alvord’s cover of ‘Both of Us’ by B.O.B.:


Lindsey Stirling’s cover of ‘Senbonzakura’ by Kurousa:


Sam Tsui and friends’ cover of ‘Cups’:

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Finals Have Broken Me

By: bookscrazygirlMay 22, 2016

Twas' a month before finals

I thought "I have a month left-

Why study now?"

Such energy, such strength gone

As now, I write poetry

To avoid the textbooks.


 Why, oh why must I study

A whole year's worth of material in

Just one week


Why, oh why do I need to know

About cellular

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I'm A Writer Who Can't Write

By: bookscrazygirlMay 21, 2016

I am like an opposite writer. Most writers have idea block and then the words just flow. I have an endless stream of ideas, but I'm afraid to write them down.

I can't write down any of my ideas, because I know it won't be nearly

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Epilogues: Are They Necessary?

By: AutumnMooncakesMay 18, 2016

What do The Hunger Games, the Trylle trilogy, The Age of Innocence and Harry Potter have in common? They all end with probably-unnecessary epilogues.


It’s all very nice to show what the main characters are doing several years in the future, but must we really see

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The Experiment

By: AutumnMooncakesMay 14, 2016

This story is meant to be a prequel to the animated short film Rosa.

Plants, animals, humans and machines. Four separate species. Until now.

It had taken decades of research to find enough connections between them. To build a system that would sustain all of them.

It had

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A Poem Of Hurt

By: staarxxmarieeMay 12, 2016

1 cut, 2 cut, 3 cut, 4

Slit my wrist, blood on the floor.

1 slice, 2 slice, 3 slice, 4

Open cuts will soon be sores.

1 chop, 2 chop, 3 chop, 4

Self-harming down to my core.

1 dice, 2 dice, 3 dice, 4

There's a blood trail to

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Stages of Writing a Writer Wars Story

By: AutumnMooncakesMay 5, 2016
  1. Excitedly read the prompt.
  2. Have a really, really, long think about what to write.
  3. Write a little, then stop.
  4. Start to write an alternative story.
  5. Write and almost finish the story.
  6. Realize that my story no longer fits the prompt.
  7. Do steps 4 and 5 again, except with a story that
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