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Writing passages

By: thatweirdfangirlApril 6, 2018

Just a couple short creative writing passages I wrote. I hope you enjoy!

 

A sharp wind cuts through the dark winter night. It twists and curls itself through each brown sprig of grass, weaving itself through the vegetation. If you were to even slip outside

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ignorance
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Ignorance... No Inspiration

By: chickfilangelFebruary 21, 2018

How do you let yourself become ignorant?

Do people with lack of intelligence ever think that it is sad that they do not know something?

In my life, if someone uses a word that I do not understand, I try to find its meaning someone. I do

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vulnerability in parents

By: chickfilangelJanuary 7, 2018

I wrote this when I was getting my hair done. Please excuse any grammatical errors in it.

 

From the minute you were born, there was always a strong dependence on parents for care, strength, protection. So when life gets tough and we no longer  see

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A Few Fun Writing Prompts

By: AutumnMooncakesOctober 26, 2017

Every piece of food you eat makes you smarter.

 

Toilet decorating has become all the rage. Everybody is trying to make their toilets as artsy and extravagant as possible. The main character of your story is trying to make toilet paper that keeps up with the

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Writing Fanfiction: Pros and Cons

By: AutumnMooncakesAugust 5, 2016

I’ve been writing fanfiction for years, and while it’s very fun, it brings a set of challenges that original fiction doesn’t.

Pro: I have a self-imposed rule that I won’t change anything that is canon, which forces me to stretch my creativity to fit my own

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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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Overcoming Writers' Block
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Defeating Our Worst Enemy: WRITER'S BLOCK

By: JaydeAvalonApril 6, 2016

All writers raise your hand!

*crickets*

Okaaay...nevermind that.

Anyway, being a writer, I know Writers' Block like I know all 5 of my younger siblings, one of whom is a dog. That horrid invisible force that causes writers' brains to fart the world over CAN BE STOPPED!

How? Easy!

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"Mrs. Caldera's House of Things" Poetry Explication

By: chickfilangelMarch 31, 2016

This is a school assignment, but I thought I did good so sharing is caring.

 

Copy of Poem:

Mrs. Caldera’s House of ThingsBY GREGORY DJANIKIANYou are sitting in Mrs. Caldera’s kitchen, you are sipping a glass of lemonadeand trying not to be too curious aboutthe box of

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