|Reviews for a kind of euphonic|
| classic violet 2/11/06 . chapter 1
Amaziny & oh so beautiful!
| simpleplan13 2/3/06 . chapter 1
awesome format... love that last line and the jumble of words thing.. great job
| mezzie 1/22/06 . chapter 1
um i know i basically said this already at some point but ! god you're good. amazing and your poetry is making excellent soul food...
| backseats on thursdays 1/19/06 . chapter 1
Imagination automatically took me to a quiet, laid-back café setting... dim, sensual lights and the seen unfolding from the view of a booth from the back or the building. Amazing work.
| re x invented 1/13/06 . chapter 1
i'm sure you don't need another review.. you've got so many, and well deserved. but when i read something i like i have to say something. i really enjoy your work. you keep writing, i'll keep reading..
| account not in use 1/10/06 . chapter 1
i love the second stanza, it's so...a jumble of things i love.
| Pink Sparrow 1/8/06 . chapter 1
wow, this is a little confusing but so powerful. I like the style. Nice work.
| The Fourth Fate 1/7/06 . chapter 1
Wow. Great job. It appeals to the senses.
| beti213 1/5/06 . chapter 1
wow. ok. piece by piece."the rhythm of their voices hum and mingle in the background" meaning you're not speaking, but their is this blurring going on outside of you as well-blurring of people."I force my vision to blur and the sensation on my fingertips/to speed up. ajumbleofwords" I love the first words... wanting an escape and forcing your body to comply. also, to shove the last words together is that difficult trick of making a poem truly 'show' what you mean through the words themselves. you pull it off. bravo!"the sugarcube-lights and the many lost&found whores,/ b o y, on the tip of your tongue" sugarcube-lights is an amazing image-I have a picture of those brightly colored frosty lights that are thought of as so trendy, but this portrayal is mocking of them-accusing them of falsity? and the phrase "lost&found whores" has both a condemnation and a kind of empathy in it. I like how you stretch out boy... like someone would say it. I wouldn't think of those words being on the tip of someone's tongue, and also, be careful with the cliche."I can taste the burn like vomit; iloveyou" this is my favorite line BY FAR. regret and lack of control... something that is supposed to be wonderful tastes like vomit, is tinged with disgust. amazing. this piece is a confession, I think, but not mainly of love... the feelings that surround it and are defining it, instead. great piece. write on!
| Ren Sorayume 1/3/06 . chapter 1
definitely different to other love poems, i like that
| a lonely september 1/3/06 . chapter 1
'b o y, on the tip of your tongue, i can taste the burn like/vomit;' beautiful.
| Aquafied 1/3/06 . chapter 1
well done, well more bulemic life tangled with mingled bodies.
we can never bore of such beauty, said the town as they burned their bride.
| White Tea and Ginger 1/3/06 . chapter 1
The last stanza is particularly well written. I love this line; 'the sugarcube-lights and the many lost&found whores'. Awesome imagery.
Keep writing. You're really talented.
| AllyCred 1/3/06 . chapter 1
i like it, very different.
lots of loveAC
| poetic abortion 1/3/06 . chapter 1
this is lovely. quite.