Author has written 50 stories for Essay, Life, Love, General, School, Family, Haiku, Friendship, Nature, and General.
I shall return. Soon.
Whooo! Ok, for the most part, I am a poetry writer. Which is rather ironic, considering I used to write only really long stories and couldn't put a poem together to save my life. Currently, I have mostly poems, with a couple of essays and one oneshot. Which is called I'll Love You Forever. Which I'd really like for you to read, dear. Please?
The poetry varies. Groupings is actually just a place where I'm sticking all the haiku, by the way.
I suck at spelling and grammar! You have been warned. Spellcheck only goes so far, but I usually try to go over it once or twice before it gets here. If you see any obvious errors, feel free to point them out. It won't be anything new.
I love talking to people! I love reading what other people write! I love philosophy! I love you!
Reviewers: Please please PLEASE leave me reasons why you like (or don't like) a piece of writing. Please. I beg of you! Reviews make my day!
(Note to artists/those with a lot of free time: I am very easily bribed with art and short stories. A few of the poems on here ((namely Cloudy and A Moment)) were created as the result of bribery with random pictures. Just as a side note...hinthinthinthint)
(If you just want a review for a story, feel free to drop me a line! As mentioned before, I love reading people's poetry, and I've been known to camp out at my computer all day just for one story!)
For The Bored/Interested:
"Who is Ariel of Wonderland?", you may (or most likely may not) be asking yourself. Well, I am a junior this year. I am the eldest of three children, and the only female. My first name is indeed Ariel, and that is the only name you need to know me by. I've screwed up a lot of my life, and I believe that everyone has the capability to change. I'm not going to say I'm proud of the person I was, because I'm not. I've had a lot of regrets, and I have days where I kind of regress, but I've realized in the end, all I have is tomorrow. I don't want to die with regrets. Someone I held in very high regard did so, and when he passed, he gave me a list of things I needed to finish for him. One of the thirty-eight things was to eventually write a coming-of-age novel and get it published. So, for him, I write. I can't promise it's good. I can't promise I'll change. But I promise I'll listen to what you say, and try my hardest to see your points. If you disagree with me, fine. I love to hear different opinions. I love to see through different eyes.
I don't believe in pretending to be normal. My idea is, the people who I would want to meet will love me despite the flaws and failures. I have plenty of both.
Ariel Loves: Sunsets, moonlight, rain, thunderstorms, writing, reading, acting, dancing, talking to people, walking around at night, hugs and cuddles, pulling all nighters, history, philosophy, math (yes, math. Well, geometry. The rest can go eat a cantaloupe...), dark chocolate, her friends, her family(that hasn't estranged her), and simply staring at the moon and stars.
Ariel Doesn't Quite Love: Sunrises, getting sunburned, people gaining from harsh cruelty, being sick (which happens a lot during the summer), hot weather in general, loudness, waking up early, and milk chocolate.