|Reviews for Forget Happiness|
| Definition 9/2/07 . chapter 1
Ahh. I can relate fully, completely. The a/n adds a new twist/dimension to the haiku. It's a like a child who's finally grown up. He stops doing childlike things, and tries to be more mature, to be part of the new teenage popularity crowd. But yet, there's still a small part of him who still wants to be young, to be able to have a shoulder to lean on, to be happy and carefree, to do those childlike things. Nice!
| tearing hands 8/26/07 . chapter 1
Nice haiku. Sad, though.
I think you have to hope that some day you'll deserve happiness and have it because otherwise life is just too bleak.
| Basara 8/20/07 . chapter 1
a good start here... you may learn and appreciate things that one doesn't expect, beg, nor want... ( to have )
| All Alone With Her Thoughts 8/19/07 . chapter 1
Oh, don't think that. You deserve happiness. Nice haiku.
| Ye'mawa 8/19/07 . chapter 1
Very nice. Strong emotion, 100% relatable.
| sweets555 8/18/07 . chapter 1
unless you are a child rapist-murderer-nazi, you deserve it.
well written though, even if i dont agree
| Chidori Nadare 8/18/07 . chapter 1
Someone asking for things they cannot have but they can't have them. I could definitely relate. Good job!
| Nonya Soum 8/18/07 . chapter 1
Simple and I like it. I can relate 100%. Your haiku puts into the simplest words something I'm sure several other people feel also (not like in "The Pursuit of Happyness" though). Great job!