|Reviews for Would It Make A Difference?|
| PhoebieB 2/6/12 . chapter 1
I love it. I love the way it's from each person's point of view. I love it. Please publish you're work! Xxx
| Meadow Frost 1/12/12 . chapter 1
There are so many times I wish I could turn back time and do things over again.
This was a wonderful poem. Really good, as always. :-)
| this-is-silence 11/22/11 . chapter 1
Wow, the emotion in this is great. I would love to know what inspired it. This has the comforting sense of being relatable despite the harsh sounds and violence that seem to want to be off-putting. Well done.
| The Moon Howls At The Wolf 11/22/11 . chapter 1
This is a great piece of writing!
Weirdly the style reminds me of how I write poetry instead of your usual rhythym, especially the way you ended it, but that's not why I like it.
The message is really deep, and I feel everyone can relate to the concept of regrets that underlies the entirity of the written word.
I'm a tad confused on the flow. Are all the situations related, or is it three seperate groups of people (stanza one, stanza two, stanza three their own scenario). I only ask because each is so different with the first being household like, the second having a kidnap/murder vibe, and the third sounding like a painful breakup. I could be completely off base, but thats the vibes I got.
Anyway, I really liked the concept, as I said before I and many others have pondered what a life is without regret. Keep Writing!
| Eden Green 11/21/11 . chapter 1
Ah, we all ruminate from time to time about the things we wish we could turn back time on. The only thing I would change is to get rid of the comma on 'And plaice it back, upon the mantle?' It flows easier without the pause. Well done!
| DougieM 11/18/11 . chapter 1
This is great, love the imagery.
| BuddingPoet 11/13/11 . chapter 1
i love it! i think this sort off reflects on what some people think after like a bad break in a relationship or a fight. they always think if i could turn back time would it make a difference?
| Dark Blue Lover 11/9/11 . chapter 1
Things wouldn't change, I guess. But this is still a great piece of work. "It's the second glance... That carves it into memories." Definitely relatable.
Despite this being a "what would be if"-piece, it's kind of emotional and unique. I like that! :-)
Just a small question, but... did you maybe mean "soles of my feet" in the fourth line from the last? "Souls" (like psyche) - must say that's an interesting thought, and in an odd way fitting into that, but I still think you didn't mean to write that... correct me if I'm wrong. :-)
| Mylilblackpen 11/9/11 . chapter 1
I'm crying after reading this. I just think this is so emotional and by far your best piece yet! Those words created great imagery and I really got vivid images from it. It is so sad and I want to relate this to a little girl who is reliving the night her parents split. I dunno if that was what you based this poem on but I still think its fantastically sad! :)