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  • mcforbes
    5 years agoReply
    Hi again! I've entered another short story told in a slightly different way from usual prose. It's a story told through messages, emails, and reading between the lines. It's called Leave A Message - please check it out. I hope you enjoy it. :)
  • mcforbes
    5 years agoReply
    Hi there. I've submitted my short piece titled 'Something Serious'. After winning the 'BIG Poetry competition' I'm trying my hand at writing prose, so please check it out and let me know what you think. It's a story that's very close to my heart. Thanks and love to all. :)
  • mcforbes
    5 years agoReply
    Hey, again, posting here 'cause I don't know where else to try. I still haven't heard anything back from this after winning. I sent an email about it via the contact box on this site, but haven't had a response. Not really sure what I should do. Help! :P
    Jordan Philips
    5 years ago
    Hi. We have been trying to get through to you and sent you several emails. Could you please email jordan@movellas.com and we can arrange your prizes for you. Thanks, Jordan.
  • mcforbes
    5 years agoReply
    This is kind of haunting and lovely. I can feel the solitude and peace that I imagine you might have felt when you were standing out there looking at the stars, and the whole thing gives a beautiful ethereal effect. Have you ever read the Desiderata? To me it has a similar feeling of contentment with the universe and a sort of understanding that makes it sound like something you'd find written on an old slate - the old, wise, 'have faith, child' idea. Very nice. :)
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    This poem was as spontaneous as it is possible to be. I was standing one evening, waiting for something insignificant, when all of a sudden, I looked up to see those enchanting stars in the sky above us,...
    Annie.G
    5 years ago
    Thanks! I will look that out, sounds really interesting! :D
  • mcforbes
    5 years agoReply
    Thanks to everyone who's commented - it means so much! :D
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    A poem I wrote when my grandmother passed away. It was the first time I'd experienced the death of someone close to me, and to me it felt like a bizarre, painful coming-of-age experience - part of me managed...
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