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BlameJuliet


BlameJuliet
West Ocean City, Maryland
Member for 9 years

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ABOUT ME
My name is Madison Killian Wilkins, I love to dye my hair, I write poems occaisionally, and I dabble in write short horror stories.

INTERESTS AND FAVORITES
Books: The Devouring Series, The Demonata, The Blue Is For Nightmares Series, The Ravenscliffe Series
Movies: Repo! The Genetic Opera, Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street, Johnny Dangerously, The Harry Potter Series
TV Shows: Supernatural, Charmed, Heroes, Ru Paul's Drag Race
Interests: Writing Poems, Writing Short Stories, Playing Call Of Duty On My Xbox, Reading


Poetry
By BlameJuliet BRONZE
West Ocean City, Maryland
BlameJuliet BRONZE, West Ocean City, Maryland
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Favorite Quote:
Tell me my words mean nothing to you, and one day they will become a poem, and that poem will be on the page of a book, which will one day sit on the bookshelf in your nursing home, and maybe you will smile. And just maybe that smile will be one of approval, or maybe realization, happy to know you were wrong. Happy that your criticism made me stronger, a better writer even. Maybe you will feel accomplished.

Poetry
By BlameJuliet BRONZE
West Ocean City, Maryland
BlameJuliet BRONZE, West Ocean City, Maryland
3 articles 0 photos 2 comments

Favorite Quote:
Tell me my words mean nothing to you, and one day they will become a poem, and that poem will be on the page of a book, which will one day sit on the bookshelf in your nursing home, and maybe you will smile. And just maybe that smile will be one of approval, or maybe realization, happy to know you were wrong. Happy that your criticism made me stronger, a better writer even. Maybe you will feel accomplished.

BlameJuliet BRONZE, West Ocean City, Maryland
3 articles 0 photos 2 comments

Favorite Quote:
Tell me my words mean nothing to you, and one day they will become a poem, and that poem will be on the page of a book, which will one day sit on the bookshelf in your nursing home, and maybe you will smile. And just maybe that smile will be one of approval, or maybe realization, happy to know you were wrong. Happy that your criticism made me stronger, a better writer even. Maybe you will feel accomplished.