|Reviews for Send my Soul to the Sea|
| Richard Salinas 1/20/12 . chapter 1
I love thisss! ive noticed you and i have a very similar way of writing :p anyways, i love it. your word usage is great and the flow is just amazing , great job and also once again the opening verse was stellar
| Meadow Frost 12/3/11 . chapter 1
This is not in any way nonsense. It's beautiful, you really have a talent for this.
| Ihatethesystem 11/29/11 . chapter 1
Awwwww! How beautiful! It's NOT nonsense. I LOVE it. Ironic. I love a poem about dying love. Anyway, I applaud to the, O great and fantastical Scarlet
| TrueLoveIsReal 11/19/11 . chapter 1
It's so pretty!
| Eden Green 11/18/11 . chapter 1
Lovely. The last stanza was particularly touching. I hardly think this was a nonsense poem ha ha. Well done!
| Dark Blue Lover 11/18/11 . chapter 1
This isn't nonsense, this is pretty! Your language, the use of words and punctuation... beautiful. The imagery of the sea is especially fitting, creates quite an image in my mind... awww I wish I were at the coast .
Must admit I feel like your poem's stronger in imagery than atmosphere, but that might be since the superficial theme - dying or deciding to die because of brokenheartedness / because one's loved one died - is a rather frequent one, especially in those old love sagas (which I read quite a lot until a while ago). But I like how you weave in a comforting tone by 'devoting' a whole stanza to describing the sea and what it means to the narrator. Truly a great image there, and it lightens the overall mood quite a bit, not so much concentrating on that broken-ness (if you know what I mean).
Just a short question, do "height" and "light" rhyme for you? Because they don't for me, and since the rest did, it broke the flow for me. I'm just asking to confirm... it's probably my pronunciation anyways.
Other than that, sweet poem! Keep writing :)
| TwosidedAngle13 11/17/11 . chapter 1
Aww this is really a great poem.