|Reviews for Seas consume|
| SargentLooneyPencil 7/21/11 . chapter 1
sometimes, i'm just left without words... you do that .. D.. i admire your work. soemtimes i feel like leaving my reviews blank but I need to give you credit for your effort so i end up typing stuff that have no relevance to the poem.. for instance, now... btw, i love your work nevertheless.. D
| BWade 7/18/11 . chapter 1
It appears this poem is from a mother's perspective talking to/about a daughter character, though I am not completely sure. The "you" of the poem is introduced not until the 5th line, and there are many different images that are projected onto this "you" i.e. a falling raindrop, a hurt ballerina. I am not sure, however, from where this sentiment of deep lost/yearning arises - where did this child character go? The speaker makes a reference to them having 'left' but then goes on to mention a child who is waiting for something at the end.