|Reviews for beautiful insomniac|
| DiAnna44 5/9/13 . chapter 1
damn. this is good...love it!
| Guest 3/18/13 . chapter 1
Good shit :)) I love this. :D You're amazingly talented. :) Keep writing :)
| ladychelope 2/24/13 . chapter 1
I love this poem. It is my favorite; I've seen this before a while ago. Nothing else quite compares. I can feel the passion in this. My favorite line, though, is "...hope is only a drug for hypocritical cynics". I don't quite know why. Thanks for this.
| destiny 2/16/13 . chapter 1
i really like this poem. your wordplay and vocabulary choices left me smiling. i'm homeschooled; i might study this for my "English" class :)
| Seranade 1/2/13 . chapter 1
| Anonymous 1/2/13 . chapter 1
I looked on fictionpress's poetry section out of curiosity, and I have to say that I am so glad that I found yours! Your poem is so interesting and beautiful, and I absolutely adore the formatting. (Especially since it is done correctly! You don't know how many kudos I am giving you for that. Formatting is so evil on sites like these.)
Your vocabulary and fluidity amazes, and I hope you write more things like this! :)
| Naver 12/27/12 . chapter 1
I only had to read the first few lines to know I would love this piece. I've never read anything like it. I don't have any words to describe this feeling I get from it...
| Nene Richards 11/8/12 . chapter 1
Your poem is so awesome. I want to say something really profound about, but I'm a little too giddy at it right now. To be honest I'm not into poetry, but I'm into this. It's amazing and I want to say thank you for writing it.
| heal me forever 11/5/12 . chapter 1
| Sere-Imri 11/1/12 . chapter 1
I love it.
| livingspiritz1 10/9/12 . chapter 1
| bubblygirl027 7/19/12 . chapter 1
Hey I love your poem! If you don't mind, sorry I posted this on my profile, I kinda plugged it. Yeah, but don't worry it has a "by:" I pasted your fiction press profile so it would be linked to you! :
| thedaysthatneverend 7/10/12 . chapter 1
One word: beautiful. I am so glad I found this poem, and I'm not lying when I say that it really inspired me as I was doing working on a poetry project for my English class. You are honestly an artist of words, because as I was reading it I could imagine the "pounding hearts," the "raw paper cuts," and the "secrets laced with poisons." My favorite lines? Too hard too choose (: But I guess I'll pick one: for we are all electricity and adrenaline and pounding hearts and quick pulses throbbing like raw paper cuts. I'm not exactly sure why it's my favorite, but when I was reading it aloud (it was too good not to :P), it just really captured my attention. I think it's all the "and"s because it feels like the list will never end. Amazing work (:
| InkWitch 7/8/12 . chapter 1
Poems on FictionPress rarely have the magic or the fluidity that your words have. Nor does it quite have the fantasy you've created. Honestly, the only problem I had was that some parts of it was obscure and very vague but the world and the emotions you created was enough to make me forget about the flaws. You painted a universe in which all I wanted was to be a part of it. To understand the darker and the brighter of it.
You are an artist, my friend.
| rosieroo 7/6/12 . chapter 1
Hey there! I'm Rosie from a website called A Drop of Romeo and I'm happy to say that your poem has been added to our site under the category of 'Miscellaneous'! Here's your review:
Rosie Thinks: I've never been a huge fan of poetry, but the first time I read this poem, I fell in love with it. It's just plain beautiful and hypnotic. It is a very deep poem that had me pondering on it's meaning well after I'd read it (for the third time, that is). The strange format adds to the overall feel of the poem and I think CuriousContradiction has been very creative and insightful with the layout. The use of parentheses was original and created further interest and meaning. The lack of capital letters really did add to the overall mood of the poem.
The imagery is just magnificent and really does capture one's emotions and imagination. The poem has a dark, almost obsessive feel to it, but I couldn't help but keep reading it over and over. It is just so raw, making the emotions almost visible. The words she uses are just sheer brilliance. The way she combines them is gripping and she has painted such a vivid picture with them. CuriousContradiction has a brilliant mastery of words to the point that she's made it an art. I'm glad that the talent in this poem has been recognised by SKoW, where CuriousContradiction won an award.