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Jul
21st
2015

In Case You Guys Didn't Know About This Website · 12:12am Jul 21st, 2015

Freelance Writing is a really nifty website that consists of numerous links to various writing jobs and contests. There are even specific search terms for whichever genre you want to break into: fiction, non-fiction, poetry, short stories, books, screenplays, even articles for newspapers and magazines.

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Jun
27th
2018

Birthday Poem · 8:30pm Jun 27th, 2018

Dear Bronies and Pegasisters,

Recently Milo_Chalks has written out a sort of late birthday present for me. He has given permission to post it on my blog to share with you all what he has written for me. Personally, this is extraordinary as no one has ever written a poem for me before, much less of how much effort this was put into! I enjoyed this and hopefully you will too.

Signed your fellow Writer and Closeted Brony,

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Oct
8th
2017

Epithalamia: A Retrospective in Three Parts · 9:02am Oct 8th, 2017

(Alternative title: In Which Quill Rambles At Great Length Without Very Much Editing About How They Wrote Two Mediocre Poems And One Excellent One.
Also There Are Pretentious Headings.)

i: the conception

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Jun
28th
2016

Rainbow Dash (Season One) - Poem · 6:07pm Jun 28th, 2016

Laziness
art thy name
Arrogance
is your game
Yet loyalty
you possess
Though, the Wonderbolts
could not care less

Oct
29th
2015

In mid-search of sources... · 3:49am Oct 29th, 2015

I wrote a poem.

Mind if I share it?

I don't think I'll be able to turn it into a story, but here you go.

The poem is MarbleMac, so hopefully you're not tired of that.

Ready?

"M.H.M"
By Soaring

"Mhm," she said.

It was the first words he heard from her.
She sounded beautiful wherever she went.
She loved rocks, they were colorful in sight.
But she loved to dance with her grey coat.
So she danced all night long.

"Mhm," she said.

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May
24th
2018

''It's better to burn out than to fade away'' · 8:21pm May 24th, 2018

It's Better to Burn Out than to Fade Away
By FireRain


Applause sounds more like a disease the more I hear it,
Claps of thunder and appraisal scream as they cheer and chant my name.
That is the price of fame: recognition.
It comes in the form of a storm and it shakes the world around you like the wind blows a leaf.
Shock caused me to stand stock-still when it first happened, sometimes even now.

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Aug
6th
2018

Being a Better Writer: Micro-Blast #6 -Breaking the Rules, Poetry, Figurative Language, Breaking the 4th Wall · 5:16pm Aug 6th, 2018

Welcome back readers! It’s time for a Being a Better Writer Micro-blast!

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Jul
24th
2015

An Ode To Dead Fics · 7:59am Jul 24th, 2015

Everyone knows one. Everyone has read one. A lot of folks have written one; I've written three or four. Sometimes they die while we're reading and then it screeches to a halt, and like cartoon characters whose car just drove over the cliff, we hover in place waiting forever for something more that doesn't come, until we look back and finally realize what's happened. Or sometimes we find its corpse lying 45 pages into the category, a gem buried in the turds of more active but far less talented

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Jan
28th
2017

A little something for those that fight for the future... · 11:53pm Jan 28th, 2017

Shimmer, shimmer, tiny lights,
Precious flames that gives sights.
Burning brightly in our hearts,
Where dawn begins and hope starts.

Little bird on tired wings fly,
A noble giving ally.
Proud warrior fighting hard fights,
Hardy and true through the nights.

A timid clair spirits calm,
A true altruist not aplomb.
A jester brings joy to all,
More for her friends overall.

And of the dragon so fair,
With teeth, claws and mind sharp there,
one with daybreak thereupon,

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Jul
29th
2015

Consumed · 8:33pm Jul 29th, 2015

Darkness encompassing the last friendly light;
Pressure and pain and that sharp cutting knife
Puncturing your skin with all its force in a fight
On any night, stopping your flight.

It burns and it boils
and for all of your toils
it gives neither hid nor hair
as you slowly suffocate from the lack of air.

Your bones ache,
your skin and muscles are shredded off
and for every quake
you drown and you cough.

It's warm, deathly so.
When everything seems to blow
and you fall.

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Jan
19th
2016

An Ode to E. Coli and other Reddit Poetry · 9:18am Jan 19th, 2016

When Little Timmy went for lunch,
He stopped, and cheerful, chose:
'The very best burrito-brunch,
Devoid of GMOs!'

He slowly paused to read the sign:
'We're proud to serve instead
Authentic food on which to dine -
Unmodified!' it said.

And so he gaily made his way
To step, content, inside.
But Timmy ate at Chipotle.
And Timmy fucking died.

- Poem for your Sprog, Reddit

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Sep
12th
2016

Never The Final Word: Week of updates! · 11:06pm Sep 12th, 2016

So I've got a few back-burner projects that are getting finished on Dragon Time — popping back up after slow-cooking long past the point at which mere mortals have forgotten them. Case in point: After … um … literally a year since my Never The Final Word open anthology of commentfics was last touched :raritydespair:, I finally managed to set aside an all-nighter to dig through my submission backlog.

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Apr
9th
2018

Daughter (Poetry) · 6:11am Apr 9th, 2018

People, not so long ago, I had a weird dream that follows something that I'm open to in future life. To say the least, the dream was unsettling and it hit me hard. I won't go into details, but I will say that I remember crying about it for a while. Yesterday, I sat down and opened up my poetry book again. Here's what I wrote -



Daughter - By Dan J. Ribe

From first glance, I fell into a love trance,
Amber eyes and gentle smile to resemble care,

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Jan
22nd
2020

On life, death, and the Nature of Phliosophy · 5:03pm January 22nd

I got carried away in the youtube comment section debating someone about death and philosophy.
I know its totally dorky and kinda cringe but I want to share it with you anyway :twilightsheepish:

Philosophy is an ambiguous beast, death, life, consciousness - all things that are heavily debated in philosophy and all things that have no wholly infallible answer.

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Jun
16th
2019

A Happy Father's Day Message to Dads Everywhere! (Warning - adult humour involved!) · 2:59pm Jun 16th, 2019

Dearest Dads everywhere,

Thank you for all that you have done,
For not without you and mum, you would have no son,
And so, I thank you, Daddy, for being there for me and for bringing me up to be a macho man,
One day, I hope to grow up to be as manly and as hairy as you, both upstairs and downstairs,
But I seriously hope I don't get any grey hairs, for I would rather go bare,
Dads are for sharing a pint with and for having a friend to enjoy life with,

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Apr
22nd
2016

If · 3:53am Apr 22nd, 2016

If freckles were lovely, and day was night,
And measles were nice and a lie warn't a lie,
Life would be delight,-
But things couldn't go right
For in such a sad plight
I wouldn't be I.

If earth was heaven, and now was hence,
And past was present, and false was true,
There might be some sense
But I'd be in suspense
For on such a pretense
You wouldn't be you.

If fear was plucky, and globes were square,
And dirt was cleanly and tears were glee

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Nov
12th
2017

some poetry of imagery for you · 7:40am Nov 12th, 2017

Written by me (for class). It’s a long post, so click below to read.

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Sep
21st
2018

Author's Notes on Whispers · 3:19am Sep 21st, 2018

IN WHICH I GO FULL EMO (IN-CHARACTER)
Hello and thank you for reading my latest story. I really don't know how much I can say about this one. But I may as well attempt to explain it past the jump. I hope you enjoyed it. I did in fact enjoy writing it.

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Aug
29th
2017

The Feather and The Stone · 11:42am Aug 29th, 2017

Oh look, another poem. This one was created for Seargent Spring to recite in the latest and last chapter of The Train Ride by Snuffy in a scene where the subject of racism comes up. Sadly for me, he declined to use it, but, I was so proud of it, I had to share it with y'all. I suppose part of the reason I'm so proud, is that while this was percolating in my head for about

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Dec
27th
2017

After-Christmas Post · 1:22am Dec 27th, 2017

Hey everyone, enjoy your respective Christmases/holidays? Mine was chill: by myself, with my dad's dog, watching 8 Mile finally. Also watched Arthur Christmas which, by god, is a really great Christmas movie. In all seriousness, go watch it if you haven't.

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