• BlueInk
    8 years agoReply
    Such a lovely, imaginitive description. From the description of the exterior of the trains station, I can really picture it in my head. And I like the contrast from the interior leading outsides, which again gives a real glimpse into what the setting looks like. The movement in the text is quite arbitrary, maybe due to lack of time, but it still flows perfectly fine. Honestly am finding it quite difficult to stop reading! Keep writing! :)
    The Train Station
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    I'm not sure what this is about, but I thought I'd write it anyway! :) Tell me what you think!
  • BlueInk
    8 years agoReply
    I really like your works. I really do find them to be quite interesting, and as a reader, I feel you leave a lot for the reader to imagine, which is good! Looking forward to reading more of your works :)
    Man Praying
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    Inspired by Van Gogh's sketch of the same name.
    Erling Siegfried
    8 years ago
    Incidentally, it's also your best work ;).

    -Erling
    Rob Marvin
    8 years ago
    Why thanks! I like it too. Need to find some time to get going with that storyline.... :)
    Erling Siegfried
    8 years ago
    I've been checking in on it quite regularly, waiting for a next "Entry" :P.
    (head to the Co-authors bit on the forum and see if you're ineterested ;)).

    -Erling
  • BlueInk
    8 years agoReply
    These three poems are amazing! I love the writing style. I also really like the fact that in 'Swings' the majority uses dialogue, but it doesnt take away the quality and it was really effective. I've never thought of doing that, but I might give it a go! Thouroughly enjoyed reading them. I'll be sure to check out more of your work, and hit the like button! Thanks for the experience!
    Three Poems for Valentine's Day
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    I've never thought of myself as a poetry kind of person, but for some reason have chosen to write poems for the competition instead of a short-story, which is a lot more time-consuming. So here goes... (Please...
    Rob Marvin
    8 years ago
    Thanks for your wonderful comment!
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