|Reviews for Growing Up|
| ElizabethMary 6/11/03 . chapter 1
wow! u sure know how to make a girl cry this is so powerful and emotional... I am just speechless great write!
| Dark Angel The Temptress 5/21/03 . chapter 1
this is a nice poem
i know how you feel, only slightly the opposite, my brother is more in your position but it could be turned the other way for me too. so in a way i know excactly how you feel. good use of emotions i love it!
| AaliyahShakur 5/13/03 . chapter 1
yeah...life sucks like that...ppl juss dont care...u know? dont u wish u were like 3? man...i do!
| saoirse 5/8/03 . chapter 1
Wow... How do you always tell my story? My sister is the little darling, and my parents seem to think she walks on water. This really hit home for me.
| not sure yet 4/29/03 . chapter 1
aw, very sad but it can be hard, lovely poem
| The Forsaken Angel Of Death 4/28/03 . chapter 1
One of the few that I can't personally relate to. I happen to have a decent relationship with my mom.
The Forsaken Angel of Death
| FattyButt 4/25/03 . chapter 1
Wonderful job! Why dontcha come share your talent with us at "Poets of today"
Flame free reviews too..must be 18 years to join.
| The Black Rider 4/25/03 . chapter 1
This is very sad. That's always a hard feeling to deal with: growing up. Congratulations on your 100th post, btw.
| Lyria Shard 4/24/03 . chapter 1
That was choppy, yet beautiful,, filled with angst, emotion and burning pain, all of which I could feel right in the pit of my stomach. I hope this made your mother realise how special YOU are, and that your brother isnt the only one around. I especially liked the lines
"But I'm still a child
In more ways than one
And less in some"
"I feel I've lost you mother
And I dont know how
To get you back"
Keep writing, and good luck with everything. Also, I've posted a lot of new stuff which I'd absolutely love your views on. I appreciate your input - as always.
| Jimmy Jazz 4/24/03 . chapter 1
This is so sad... wow
| Gauy 4/23/03 . chapter 1
At first, I kinda sensed some jealousy (which isn't a bad thing ... you only want what he's got), but maybe there wasn't any ... I dunno, but overall it's a good poem.
Seems like sometimes you want your independence and you pull away, but then you pull too hard and then you are alone and want to go back, but the parents are then confused by the mysteries that are us teens ... well, not me anymore :( ... and the parents are like 'You want independence, you have independence ... now deal with it" ... it's like it's all thrown at you all at once ... we can only take so much at a time ... ... sorry, I'm rambling ... :) good poem