|Reviews for Bruise|
| The Hippie Nerd 7/17/08 . chapter 1
A fascinating poem, I'm almost at a loss of words as to what to say about it... Almost feels twisted and askew, but it's extremely engaging throughout. There's a beauty to the ugliness, it stays with you long after finishing reading it. Bravo!
| McKinley Cooper 6/14/08 . chapter 1
I've never heard that point of view before. I've known people who feel that way-a badge of honor. It is inside someone's head, reading it like a newspaper.
| simpleplan13 6/14/08 . chapter 1
I like this because it's an interesting point of view. I also love the descriptions because they are unique and really pretty. The only thing I might say is some punctuation might help the piece. Other than that really great job!
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| Johannas mirror 6/6/08 . chapter 1
This is the most...touching, revolting, mesmerizing poem. I love it and I hate it, but I'm supposed to aren't I? I'm loath to find you've put something so horrible into such a beautiful poem, but it's good, it's very good.
| ArgentumAtelier 6/1/08 . chapter 1
I guess I can understand why people think of abuse when they read this, but what comes to mind for me is merely a love so fierce you can't hold back. It isn't a bad thing necessarily if you're sore the day after, or for a few days.
| painted eyes 5/31/08 . chapter 1
hmm... I've never looked at ...well.. i presume domestic abuse... in that light before.
Very beautifully written...
Hope things are OK with you.
| the face in the window 5/30/08 . chapter 1
this is beautiful, although i'm not sure if i'm correct on what it's about. everything okay on your end?
| Shasta Valentine 5/29/08 . chapter 1
when i think of this poem, i think of the novel "Twilight".
excellent adjective use, and your imagery was splendid.
great topic too, you executed it well.
| SirScott 5/29/08 . chapter 1
Not sure what to say about this one. But it is interesting.
| destinee's notebook 5/29/08 . chapter 1
It's a take on what I assume is...well, something like domestic abuse? It's a different way to go about it since I never thought about it that way, but this is written very nicely.