|Reviews for Today Is Upon Us|
| t-t-t-ouch 10/28/10 . chapter 1
I love this, how at first there's this terrible feeling of uncertainty, then acceptance, and finally freedom.
| nobody's dream girl 5/27/10 . chapter 1
I felt so much the same way. This is so relateable for me
| Isca 4/29/10 . chapter 1
"Hands in pockets. Exhale." Such restraint. Such angst. I like it.
"You lace your fingers through mine. And I stop mid-sentence, blink." Aww, this is so beautiful! I like that these little moments are "precious" to the speaker.
| sealednectar 4/14/10 . chapter 1
Brilliant! A great poem. Well done.
| S.M. Tsalickis 4/13/10 . chapter 1
Aw. I really liked this.
It reminds me of my girlfriend.
| Irish Lover 4/13/10 . chapter 1
i love it. very nice job. keep writing ;)
| thin skin 4/13/10 . chapter 1
This is lovely. :)
I enjoy it very much.
| HiddenFromYou 4/13/10 . chapter 1
To be honest, I saw two sides to this poem. One, the one I could relate to a lot, was about not being able to show your love for someone in public, simply because it's not the accepted norm. The other, however, is the one that detracts me from your poem (I mean something like that anyway). It's perfectly normal for two women to hold hands walking down the street, and no one would look twice, simply because they're female. I think the message you were trying to convey (which did get across, don't worry) would have been stronger if you had used men in the poem. Men, as opposed to women, don't hold hands with their other males friends, as it isn't part of the social norm.
I hope that made sense, and wasn't just one of my early morning ramblings. XD
PS. I really liked the ending. I felt like it gave me a strength boost. :)