|Reviews for Where Were You?|
| TheGlycoprotein 1/21/12 . chapter 1
I can relate to the feeling behind this so well. I love how it switches points of view, the second part almost accusing the first. Where were you? A question that can mean so much... or so little. Anyway, it was brilliant :)
| Meadow Frost 12/16/11 . chapter 1
I don't know what to say... It was beautiful. There we go. :-)
| Lain Sheehan 11/30/11 . chapter 1
Mr/Mrs Applecrumble :-) (I usually leave the nose out, but I thought I'd be polite)
Thanks for my reviews, I haven't been on here properly for a while, it's like a trip down memory lane, I'll have to get some new poems on...anyhoo... I really liked "Where were you" It had a sort of resentment and longing in it, but very subtle which I really liked... Also it had an awsome line in it, one sec let me have a look for it... "That same day when our lips were sealed with hope" I really love that line... I can really feel the quiet hoping from that silence when you "sealed your lips." It's beautiful, anyway damnnnn massive review... sorry xxx
| Eden Green 11/21/11 . chapter 1
Sad, but beautiful. I love the you and I concept you've implemented into your writing here. Seriously, well done!
| this-is-silence 10/24/11 . chapter 1
"our lips were sealed with hope" is such a unique image...
After it changes pov, there is such emotion...really wonderful.
Interesting turn at the end...
| Mylilblackpen 10/21/11 . chapter 1
Such a sad yet beautiful poem and I think you could relate it to the 9/11 tragedy anymore :( beautiful poem and I loved it!
| Dark Blue Lover 10/21/11 . chapter 1
I love the contrast between those two parts. "Where were you...?" "But I was there". So very, very, very relatable.
"Lips sealed with hope" 3
I was wondering a little what the situation should be. The atmosphere in this poem very clear, but I must admit I can't really see the situation it's set in, so it stays a little abstract to me.
A few punctuation mistakes ("And it was my hands, which were clasped in prayer" remove the comma; "I watched you, as your tears fell and my heart broke" think it should be: "I watched you as your tears fell, and my heart broke".)
Still, good job; I really like this one!
| BookcraZzaY 10/20/11 . chapter 1
Heartbreakers I can take magical I feel heartbroken just from reading this