I've tried so hard to write poems that don't ryme but for me its really hard to not ryme I'm backwards huh be my fan if your the same
June 11, 2012 at 1:06AM
Fandoodle: Poems don't always have to rhyme but the beat needs to be there when you read it. Take an object and think of all the things you can to describe it then use your words to write your feelings about something using those descriptions. Fandoodle
June 13, 2012 at 12:47PM
Carolyn Hilliard: Welcome to Fanstory. I hope you enjoy your time with us. I've learned a lot during the two years I have been on this site, and have made friends. Equally important, my writing improved. There are several high schoolers on FS. It's a pleasure to read their work and to assist. Carolyn Hilliard
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This character-driven tale embarks on a journey towards self-worth involving Cass Backus, a young girl experiencing awkward teenage moments and bullying. Longing to escape her adolescent drama, she looks forward to reconnecting with her childhood friend, Brad. However, numerous obstacles and misadventures stand in her way. The question remains: Will Cass and Brad ever manage to catch up and take their friendship to the next level?