|Reviews for Maladjusted Certainty|
| Pocket Protectors are Sexy 2/4/04 . chapter 1
I like it. I can't say I understand it completely quite yet, but if someone likes your writing your not complaining. Are you? Anyway, this is good. The flow was good, and words well used. Bravo!
| hidden relevance 1/15/04 . chapter 1
wow.. i'm back on a comp that will let me review.. scary thought aye?
this is impressive chica... lots of thought provoking phrases here.. as with all.. very well done indeed
| PainKiller 1/10/04 . chapter 1
Xenosaga... what a deep, poignant game. I DO love sick poetry. :-p This is the best poem of your work that I've read so far; it's deep. REALLY deep. There's a lot I don't understand either. (not in words, though I looked about 3 up) You've constructed a great piece, here.
| Ishuzu hey remember me 1/7/04 . chapter 1
This was a wonderful, pathotic poem for me at the moment, as I was already in a somber mood... Soft and harsh at the same time. Anyway, we should talk more often. Stop by my fanfiction some time. BTW, do you have any new ones?
| Cific 1/4/04 . chapter 1
This has got to be the best poem on this sight, it captures so much in it. I wish to see more v
| Pigsflew 1/3/04 . chapter 1
can i be scared? I've never played xenosaga, though i want to. I like it. It's one of those poems where i read it and think, 'there must be something important going on here', but can't put my finger on what it is. You need to get online more! I haven't talked to you much this entire vacation, and i wanted to. Yeah, ok, i'mma go now, because it's 1:20 am, and i'm scared of school. Oh, and yes, Plato's Optic Runaway is a really cool name. I'd kinda like to know what made you think of it. Actually when i read it i thought of the story of Van Gogh's ear. Completely unrelated, it's a different person and would be aural not optic, but that's ok, right? Really, i'm done now.