Sydney Stapleton

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4 months ago Dustin said:

Sure, which one you have in mind? You can read whatever of mine.

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10 months ago Sal Kat said:

I would love you to read "Pristine Paper" and/or "A Jar Full Of Mermaid Tears" thank you!!

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10 months ago Stormie "Ducky" McNeal said:

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I KNOW YOU ONLINE

A hipster and the most popular guy at school hate each other in real life... but, unknown to the both of them, are each other's best friend online.

At least, unknown until now.

This is my most recent contest entry, for the #InternetBesties contest held by Figment! I have to write a story where two people who are best friends hate each other in real life... and I have to write it in under 2,017 words!

If any of you could PLEASE visit my page and let me know what you think of it before the deadline (Feb. 12th), It would make my day!

If you prefer to swap instead of free read I am willing to do so. Just no erotica (I'd rather NOT defy my mother... I already piss her off enough).

Unicorn

10 months ago Sal Kat said:

I found you on the forum for poetry swaps :D

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10 months ago v.c. snow said:

Hey there! Care to swap? If so, please read "i remember" and I'll read anything you want in return. Have a fantastic day!

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My Reviews

Always Almost

(11 months ago)

I thought these were really sweet. My favorite was How It Could Be. "He brushes hair from my face, doing little to help me see straight".... Read More »

Lionheart

(over 1 year ago)

I read "Wordsmith" and to me, it wasn't so much a poem as it was a speech. I love the metaphor you used about eraser dust being the shrap... Read More »