Tess Segal

My Writings

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    Je M'appelle Unimportant

    An overthinking existentialist decides to write a poem. This is the result. Cover by "The One and Only".

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    Sketches

    Lia is a person who sketches. Mickey is a person who smiles. Middle school is a thing that sucks. In Sketches, the three intertwine…

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    Writings of a Young Maniac

    Three poems observing the faults of the modern American school system. Featured in this collection are inconsistent rhyming patterns, …

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    Evelyn Flies

    When 15-year-old Ev discovers a new talent, things go awry and disaster strikes.

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    5 Haikus

    Believe it or not, a book called "5 Haikus" is comprised of five haikus. Four of which are dramatic, one of which is comedic. Enjoy! ~…

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    One Word Description

    This mini-chapter book is a collection of cringe-worthy moments from the life of a relatably antisocial young man. While it's not the …

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8 days ago VirtualCavern said:

Hey Tess.

Yes! You were featured awhile back. Eventually we feature every submission however, we only do episodes on Tuesday's and Thursday's. Here is the link to your feature - http://thevirtualcavern.com/?p=851

We look forward to your Thanksgiving submission! Let us know if you have any other questions. :)

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10 days ago VirtualCavern said:

Hello Tess!

During the next week leading up until ThanksGiving, over at the TheVirtualCavern, we will be sharing stories of Thanks & Gratitude from various writers as part of a short series entitled, “TVC Presents ~ Thanks”, and are currently reaching out to those who have been featured on our Poetry Podcast in the past to share their stories first.

So, what are we looking for? Writers who are featured will first start by introducing a bit about themselves, share what giving thanks means to them, a situation or event in life where you were very thankful; and lastly what the holiday Thanksgiving means to you. Feel free to share any Thanksgiving season traditions you may have that you enjoy, even if you’re not a big fan of the Holiday itself.

We ask that submissions are at least 2 paragraphs long, but we welcome for your writeup to be much longer if you so desire! If interested, please submit your entry via email at TheVirtualCavern@yahoo.com, and please be sure to shoot us any question via our Figment Page if you have them.

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about 1 month ago C. Van Asch (Chesster) said:

You have been invited to join Figment's 2nd Debate Club.

Warning: this group contains excessive amounts of logical thought, intelligent discussions, and absolutely no low blows. If you do argue with some random small point then you could be destroyed.

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2 months ago Alecia Walls said:

I've started a group and I'd love for you to be one of the first to join, it's called Women United

This isn't for feminist though I am all about women's rights.This isn't about Pro life or not Pro life. This is about women joining together to discuss books, to meet other women, and etc

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2 months ago An9e1 said:

Don't worry about the special requests, I'll get to it as soon as possible :)

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The Bottom of the Sea

(5 months ago)

There was something eerily beautiful to this poem. Shorter lines than the other two I've read, but to no end did it lessen the punch of y... Read More »

The Best of The Best

(5 months ago)

This is a few hundred words of intelligent decisions and smart shifts. I just adore the line(s) "Seeing New York / For the first time as ... Read More »