|Reviews for kyle Watson going to Mexico|
| ShinigamiForever 3/19/03 . chapter 1
because you do not
love me and I do not
love you and you do
not love the diner marquees and I
do not love the rain blanketing the
Something very indifferent about this poem strikes me as making it sound complacent. I love the way the words feel, coming off the page and into the head, and the images it gives. Wonderful.
| Kievsky 3/10/03 . chapter 1
Colloquial and very natural. The fast pace of the poem fits the running image identically, and the rhythm of the second stanza is like a musical bridge. It's an easy read and a very pleasant one at that.
| Paradoxical Goddess 3/9/03 . chapter 1
You have no idea how disheartening it is to read this when I am under writer's block, and even if I weren't, too untalented to write something of this caliber. Blech.
(*but hugs you for this awesome poem*)
| superspy 3/9/03 . chapter 1
i love how you wrote this, the words just melt together and its great.
| toysoldier 3/7/03 . chapter 1
it sounds breathless, and it makes me breathless when I read it, especially in the first stanza. i love how you endedbegan the lines in the second stanza, it was obviously well thought out and works perfectly. 3rd stanza's my favourite. "multilingual methods of indifference.." ahm.
| E. Gao 3/7/03 . chapter 1
I am laughing as well
imagining kyle watson running to
Mexico with the orange juice sun
abovehead and trying to avoid the
And I shudder too
because I can also imagine
his terrible little smile and
what must have been a squeal of the
tires from driving through
the first-spring rain, though
the rain itself is not something
to shudder about.
And kyle, I am thinking, is reckless
trying to run to mexico
and act indifferent in
but kyle, I am sure, is probably
beautiful like the rest,
beautiful in (not) trying
for mexico and