|Reviews for Freedom of the Will to Live|
| dustytiger 10/26/08 . chapter 1
good work, thank you for sharing
| deefective 10/18/08 . chapter 1
Oh, this has an eerie feel to it with a touch of distaste in the narrators words. But I like it. That feel makes this interesting to read. Also, the ending was pretty amazing. It really brought the whole idea to a point and added that little something. Nicely done.
-Dee, from the Review Marathon
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| smilebehappy 10/15/08 . chapter 1
wow WOW WOW to you too!
| a cause without a rebel 10/15/08 . chapter 1
this is so moving...you have a great style!
| WonderWing 10/14/08 . chapter 1
Yeah, I can dig this. Why does patriotism have to be forced- is it something that doesn't come about on its own desirably? I feel like a lot of the things we think, do, and say are put into us at a young age wrongfully, that's why I can relate to this poem. I especially liked the last two lines,'every ghostly ring of the/ Liberty Bell', really reminds you of the now-dead roots of our country's proported selfpride. Nice work.
| TheBeautyOfTheGrave 10/13/08 . chapter 1
Great use of colours. Really liked it. The ending is great too, 'ghastly' makes the atmosphere come alive xD
Really enjoyed it, good portrayal. Keep writing :)
God Bless You
| blurrylights 10/12/08 . chapter 1
I really liked this! It is hard to explain exactly how I felt while reading, because every time I read it (I read it four times) there was something different. I loved the overall description: very unique. The colors were used really well, and I liked the way you tied it in. Great job! :)