|Reviews for I'm Sorry|
| Christopher M. Brown 1/17/08 . chapter 1
Sometimes it is good to write bitter pieces just for the sake of getting them out of our own heads for a change. I've argued with others about swearing in my own writing, and, it has it's place. Expression takes many forms and if people can't see that swearing is the expression of this day and age then they are blind. I love the emotion in your writing. You have an old soul, but a child's exterior. Wisdom is hard-earned in life, but if that is what you seek then it will be a hard road indeed. Well worth it though. I would rather be wise than a fool. Don't feel filthy about the way you think. Truth is not always pretty, and the truest things to ourselves is how we think and how we react. And maybe, it is true that things would be better without that person in your life. But who's to say that this person doesn't also play a part in your learning here on Earth? You may not realize it, but you have already learned a lot from this person, about him, about yourself. Anyway, I liked it.
| ce n'est pas que je m'appelle 1/15/08 . chapter 1
I Aboslutely adore the bitterness in this piece. It just seems to cut you deep as you read it, making the reader more connected to you and how your feeling. Amazing work as usual, adding to favs.
| PaperDreamsx 1/15/08 . chapter 1
It's way better to let your feelings out than to keep them bottled up.. That's how problems arise. I would know.
You're an awesome author.
| Unforgettable-PoeticDreamer 1/15/08 . chapter 1
Wow, this was amazing. The bitterness in this is evident and makes for a very good poem. I really enjoyed reading this, as I feel I can relate. Again, great work with this.