Soulwriter
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Soulwriter   Junior Editor

Charlotte is a born teacher, lifelong learner and lover of all things literary. She considers herself an amateur poet and believes that all should have the chance to compose... whether it be art, music, or poetry!

Latest Entries: (38 total)

numberblocka sweet character in numberland
susurranceThe almost imperceptible air movement and sounds made by the flutterings of butterfly/ies wings when they are flying, or a whispering sound or soft rustling.
susurrationThe almost imperceptible air movement and sounds made by the flutterings of butterfly/ies wings when they are flying, or a whispering sound or soft rustling.
shoneShine in the past tense/past participle
remorseAn overwhelming feeling of guilt, regret, disappointment, frustration in oneself for something you have done; often something that can't be changed.
legosIn Esperanto, future of legi.
ElectroolfactographyElectro-olfactography or electroolfactography (EOG) is a type of electrography (electrophysiologic test) that aids the study of olfaction (the sense of smell). It measures and records the changing electrical potentials of the olfactory epithelium, in a way similar to how other forms of electrography (such as ECG, EEG, and EMG) measure and record other bioelectric activity.
ZoomiformThe clothes you wear to suit a zoom meeting: Smart on top, casual waist down. A blend of the words 'zoom' and 'uniform'.
reflection1 ) the return of light or sound waves from a surface. 2) an image you see when looking into a mirror. 3) a behaviour or act the reveals someone's true nature is said to be a reflection of who they are. 4) careful thought and consideration, to think or ponder in a meaningful way, meditation. 5) an opinion formed or a remark made after careful consideration.
analyse, analyzeTo examine in detail, to weigh up, to consider, to think through, to look at carefully.

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Grammar.com
I'm with you on this!

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Poetry.com
Glad to have you with us

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Poetry.com
Hi! Don't worry; make sure you're logged into your account, then look at your submitted poems. At the end of each poem there is an edit button. Hope this helps!

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Poetry.com
I love your stuff and think it's very relatable. Keep sharing!

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Synonyms.com
HI! We offer an option to search antonyms at the top of the homepage :)

10 days ago

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Grammar.com
Yes I'm with you on this. Cataloguing seems to be the more appropriate spelling, even in the US due to the reasons you have outlined.

11 days ago

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Grammar.com
too true...

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Poetry.com
Nice.

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Lyrics.com
https://www.lyrics.com/lyric/34700744/Shakira/Waka+Waka+(This+Time+for+Africa) - waka waka by shakira could be it....

17 days ago

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Poetry.com
true

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Poetry.com
relate x

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Poetry.com
Love your writing Luke.

18 days ago

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Poetry.com
You write well. Keep up the good work!

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Definitions.net
Glad to hear this!

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Grammar.com
The English language is indeed a scholarly topic ;)

19 days ago

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