|Reviews for Ideas|
| Ruth Haokip 11/8/03 . chapter 1
I love the imagery of this poem! The last five lines are just so . . . imaginative, and clever. I really enjoyed reading this piece!
| a friend 8/18/03 . chapter 1
I've often thought of that myself, though you've written it so well that I am sure everyone feels that way.
| EloiseMidget 7/31/03 . chapter 1
Wow. Very nice way of seeing ideas. Creative. Imaginative. Going on my favorites list. Beautiful.
| Nirdee 7/31/03 . chapter 1
That's really good. I love it! It seems to be the same way I feel when I try to get something out of my head and it doesn't want to. Good job! This poem reaches me a lot !_! Sorry, it could have some error, my first language is french!
| Autumn tears 7/29/03 . chapter 1
Wonderful poem, I loved the ending about the "blue bars caging them" I assume your talking about those little blue lines on notebook paper? Thats always how I felt once I took my ideas out of my head.. they looked so empty on paper. Thanks for the spelling correction too :D
| Redlyn Hawkins 7/14/03 . chapter 1
I like it, it's true. You can't force an idea to pop up, it's as if they have a mind of their own. I wasn't sure if I agree with the zoo part at first, but I guess maybe it is true, because it's how you feel like the paper is safe because the ideas will be there forever, but then you realize an idea is an idea- a feeling, not a bunch of meaningless words. Sometimes it CAN'T be put on paper, and trying to IS just cadging it in. I like the part about the thin blue bars. I like this poem. It's really descriptive and had great visuals, but I have two quicky questions/comments: what exactly is an impala, and in line 8 you say hiding in THERE holes, when it should be THEIR holes. Well, that's about it. Keep up the good work!