|Reviews for something like poetry|
| i collect lullabies 6/22/11 . chapter 21
I can relate.
| doe heart 6/21/11 . chapter 8
i wish i had a dad who would talk to me and didn't resent the fact i'm female.
| cab fed hig 6/15/11 . chapter 9
"and she of course
has to walk right through it." - so bitter and wonderful. i love this
| cab fed hig 6/15/11 . chapter 8
"but it's never going to happen.
so how do i get over this?" - it's like just recently i've learned that my deepest need will never be met, it's too late, i'm not a child anymore, in looks anyway. everything feels ruined. this is horrible and painful and true.
| i collect lullabies 6/15/11 . chapter 7
"and my mom, i don't know. we get along sometimes, but she's just... the only thing i've learned from her is who i don't want to be. that's not to be mean, it's just a fact."
I think that's the line I relate to the most. I love my Mom but the only things she's really taught me is that I don't ever want to grow up to be her.
I'd continue writing this, but I'm in Government class myself (summer school, yay) and my friend keeps looking over my shoulder, and I really don't want her to know about my fictionpress.
| i collect lullabies 6/12/11 . chapter 2
It's so easy to tell yourself one thing when deep down you know it's different. I can relate to this poem, especially these lines, "and yeah, in some ways, i really am
the lies i've told my whole life -
the fake strength i've built up."
| Hearts of Pyjamas 6/12/11 . chapter 3
I loved this poem - it was brilliant. Very ironic (hence the title, I know ;) ) and it was a great way to portray that there is more to people than there seems at first glance.
Great job, keep up the good work :)
- Hearts x