Hey. I don’t really know how to introduce myself as I don’t really wanna say my irl name and I just realized I don’t have a specific name I go by online. I guess you can just call me by my user for now. Well anyways, here’s my intro.
I’m kinda questioning if I’m gender fluid at the moment. I’ll get into more of that later. Anyways, I can’t really talk about it at home because I feel it would cause tension. I however got the idea to start a blog by reading Symptoms of Being Human by Jeff Garvin. So let’s see how this goes. :)
Everything is broken. Humanity is corrupted. Society is flawed. The world is dying. Hopefully these poems will open your eyes.
A series of poems that tells the story of a young girl and her place of escape from life. A story of friendship, love, and hard times.
The year is 2150. Humans don’t rule anymore. Tech does, and all humans are grateful, like Jia Texa and her family. However once she stumbles upon a journal in the woods, her life changes. She’s seeing the truth. Maybe tech isn’t as good to humans as she once believed.
I love nature, and if you love poetry and nature or even just one, I think this may be good for you. Everything in here are nature poems. Enjoy!
Going to a new school is hard. But it’s even harder when it’s mysterious and twisted. That’s exactly what’s happening to Xiomara. She’s not being homeschooled anymore, but she’s going to the school her older sister never came back from. Strange things begin to happen and Xiomara begins to wonder if shewill make it out alive.
This will be a series of short creepy stories for you to read if you want a little scare. I wrote these stories in 2nd person to try to make it seem even scarier by making it seem like it’s you in the story. Enjoy!
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