|Reviews for Grey Illusions|
| Morwen Anduneiel 3/13/07 . chapter 1
very nice. brings up some very interesting, thought provoking ideas. i've been seeing things that way for a while now, though i'm still not sure if it's the right perspective, at least for me. i think to some extent, people need to know what's "right and wrong", yet i look around me and the majority of what i see can't be used to support that idea. but also knowing that right and wrong is generally defined by other people is a daunting thought. it's a tough one.
anyway, i'll stop rambling now. again, good job, i really like it.
| Teenytinydancer4 4/24/06 . chapter 1
I'm like you in a way. I love setting up the poem with questions to make the reader think. I like how you chose a very general topic like the difference between black and white, and in the end, showed that "Just grey illusions that cover this world". I loved it!
| Luma 4/6/06 . chapter 1
Oh, I loved this. Everything you say in this opem is so very true. Amazing writing.
| Dying Rose 4/5/06 . chapter 1
I love this! It's very thought-provoking and you truly bring up a question that at some point haunts us all - is there good? is there evil? The poem itself fits well with the subject; it is extremely well written. It flows superbly. You're an awesome writer.
| allidunno 4/5/06 . chapter 1
This is a poem that makes you think...It brings up very good points! I liked it! _
| Jesse Jacob 4/4/06 . chapter 1
| Tag Holland 4/4/06 . chapter 1
I've walked this train of thought and while i saw it like you for a while, truth is, there is right and wrong. Just like there is friendship, there is that bond between family, there is the ability to be moved by music, a painting, by life. If you take the humanity out of the world, you will see no right and wrong. I don't want to live in that world.
| S. R. Jamnik 4/4/06 . chapter 1
Very vague but it is a good poem no matter how much I disagree with it.