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Hug of the Day ...to ocfireflies on HubPages

Theresa loves to write under the topic of Spreading HubLove because she believes in showcasing the talent of other writers here on HP.

Hug of the Day

Hug of the Day

A Little Firefly Who Is Lighting Up HubPages with Her Talent


If you desire to read writing that is original and fresh, then please join in the giving of this "Hug" to one such writer, who is sure to delight all who read her brilliant work!



Kim's Avatar is Clarine Seymour, Silent Screen Star in 1920

File: Clarine Seymour Motion icture Classic.jpg Author: Unknown, July 1919  Publicity photo of Clairine Seymour from "Motion Picture Classic"

File: Clarine Seymour Motion icture Classic.jpg Author: Unknown, July 1919 Publicity photo of Clairine Seymour from "Motion Picture Classic"

Let Us Explore Kim aka ocfireflies!


Yes, this “Hug” is going to ocfireflies, who is crazy about fireflies and one who has “crazy hair” too! Actually, her friends call her, Kim. Kim’s avatar with the crazy hair is really Clarine Seymour, a major silent screen star from 1920.


I have so enjoyed watching Kim come into her own in her writing here on HubPages for the past seven months. When I first noticed Kim, her avatar at the time was a firefly, and I remember having to discern exactly what it was as it looked like a bug! Once I realized it was a firefly, I remember thinking that I have discovered a unique and wonderful person to follow and looked forward to reading her work.


Kim’s writing has been described as original and fresh, which to me also describes her personality. Her writing sets the stage for intrigue. She has even been compared to D. H. Lawrence in her writing!


Let us explore some of Kim’s brilliant writes.


Fireflies

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    What I am about to describe really happened.

A True Boston Tragedy Involving Kim's Relatives


This most recent write of Kim's has been described by other writers as brilliant, haunting, original, really captivating and her best work yet!

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One fellow writer stated that this particular story is the best story he has read on HubPages!


Even with all that being said, please do not allow others to sway your opinion before you have even had a chance to enjoy reading for yourself. Please enjoy this wonderful and individual work of Kim's, written in her very unique style as only she can write.


You will not be disappointed in the least!


"To my knees I do pray for whom my love sways."

File:Angel Zarraga - Votice Offering (Saint Sebastian) - Google Art Project.jpg 1912

File:Angel Zarraga - Votice Offering (Saint Sebastian) - Google Art Project.jpg 1912

Villanelle Form


Kim certainly nails the Villanelle repetition with her beautiful phrase "for whom my love sways" in this phenomenal work.


One writer commented that Emily Dickinson comes to mind when reading this lovely and dramatic piece by Kim. Decide for yourself and please enjoy!


Blue Ridge Parkway

File: Blue Ridge Parkway BLR19238.jpg Author: National Park Service Digital Image Archives

File: Blue Ridge Parkway BLR19238.jpg Author: National Park Service Digital Image Archives

"Original and Fresh"


Yes, "original and fresh" are just a few of the words used to describe this sensual write, which is quite the lover's tale! As one writer commented, it reminds him of D.H. Lawrence. Another writer commented that the beautiful scenic beginning of the Blue Ridge Parkway launches intrigue!


Once you have read this initial story, you will certainly want to read them all from start to finish.


Kim states that so many writers have been encouraging her to write short stories, and this one is one of the first short stories. I believe she was successful indeed.


Wish You Were Here

Get Ready to Be Horrified!


Kim certainly does not hold back on the terror in this exciting and descriptive prose, appropriately titled! Be prepared to be taken on a psychological, suspense-filled ride of horror. You have been warned!


This piece will keep you on the edge of your seats and held captive in terror until its creepy end.

Evil Me - Yikes!