|Reviews for She is a lady, I'm the tramp|
| anachronistic 5/8/11 . chapter 1
it's . . . heartfelt, and kind of endearing. i like it.
| short circuit 8/1/10 . chapter 1
I absolutely adore this.
I think it's about a guy who's sick of being used as the safety blanket of an overconfident and slightly vain girl who only lets him in when she's vulnerable or upset.
Can totally relate. Last lines say it all.
| ByYourSide 7/14/10 . chapter 1
Holy cow, I adore this.
This is one of the most unique things I've read, and it literally has one of the BEST beats I've seen. I LOVE how the paragraphs literally flow right into each other.
My favprote lines: "You see, my heart seems to beat without rhythm inside your ribcage/made out of crumbled candy canes that..."
And "Happy enough to do those lopsided cartwheels/causing those flowers to shake out of your hair/leaving me to pick up the petals and..." Just love that, love that. Really great characterization, flow, word choice, everything. I can see it as a rap; I'm thinking Travis McCoy in the song Billionaire, if you've ever heard of it.
And the ending ties it up nicely. :) Very nice.