|Reviews for Sorry' Doesn't Cut It, It Won't Bring Him Back|
| 4NeverAfter 5/22/07 . chapter 1
Yes sissa I do live belive it or not. I got done with my spanish final and teach let me go out into the computer lab so now I am, stating the obvious, reveiwing the stuff I have not read...Which has been alot since I havn't been on.
Well what do I need to say...This is amazing (like all of your other stuff) And I don't really have anything to add that I havn't before. However my favorite line in this is probably
"In the silence echoed
The words I hadn't said
To love you and lose you
I'd rather be dead"
I really like the way they flow. I don't know how to describe it besides that they seem to flow very naturally. Very nice and kudos to you for at least giving your muse a little time to breath. I know it's awful hypocrytical of me since of course "As the Ivories Run Red" hasn't come out with a new chapter in like...I don't know around four months. I'm trying though and you'll be the first to read it when it does. See ya
Dillyo also known as le tick
| Cheeseraptor5 2/15/07 . chapter 1
Nice style, solemn message, overall a bittersweet and well-portrayed poem. I love that it starts off slightly watered-down and feeling bad for oneself, and then eventually evolves into an angry requiem for good times that have been lost. And, in the end, you realize that not all of it was your fault - you've been, in a way, liberated. Nice work with this.