Arielle Duke

My Writings

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    by Arielle Duke

    *A WINNER of the Game of Lives Contest* Lily and the unicorn, Thunderlunar, fight off zombies from another computer game to win back the stolen mag...

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    by Arielle Duke

    A glitch: when someone's Corpus is having problems with linear time. Often an experience found isolating and frightening. Degenerative.

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    Bleached Brighter

    by Arielle Duke

    A poem about how the transition from happiness to sadness, and vice versa is natural. You should never despair that change will not happen. It is i...

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    The Blob Child

    by Arielle Duke

    Walking home from work one day you see a young girl sitting alone in an alleyway? What do you do? And what could be the consequences?

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    The Short Shorts!

    by Arielle Duke

    A very silly poem that I wrote with a friend!


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My Reviews

A Poem of Power

(almost 2 years ago)

I love the concept of this poem and the ideas you explore; the limitations of power vs. it's freedoms. It's very interesting and cleverly... Read More »

Now I Know What I Never Knew (Poem)

(almost 2 years ago)

This is a lovely poem with some great rhythm and rhyme! You've also used some lovely vocabulary to create very powerful imagery. I've mad... Read More »


  • Futuristic Fairy tales

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    • created 02/06/16

    The fairytales we were told take a leap into time, taking their stories onto a new level. Science, technology, and magic can shape these fantasies, bringing them from the past, to the future.

  • Want to get your books reviewed?

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    • created 09/13/11

    Or do you want someone to check out your book before it's published? Then this is your place. Just simply post the book (or draft) on the 'Members Books' section. Then review a book. Thanks :)

Talk to me!

Isabela -- they don't know me

almost 2 years ago Bennett Fairley said:

You're very welcome. On my old account, I always tried to follow people when I read something of their that I found really intriguing or touching or beautiful, so I figured I would have the same follow policy here, too. :3

Aw, you really didn't have to do that, but thank you. :) You're nicer than a lot of the people I tried to swap with on my old account, lol, and I'm glad you found it interesting!

Isabela -- they don't know me

almost 2 years ago Bennett Fairley said:

No problem! I plan on reading more of your stuff, in fact. :)

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almost 2 years ago Zepheriah said:

Thank you for the feedback! I'll gladly return the favor and read your poem!


almost 2 years ago Hazel Gatoya said:

You, my friend, are awesome. Thank you so much for the review!


almost 2 years ago Amanda C said:

MCR is the most tranquil of the tranquil, I usually listen to it while meditating

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