|Reviews for The Worst Critic|
| The Moon Howls At The Wolf 7/7/12 . chapter 1
Wow intense emotion expressed, not to say that I havnt felt the same way multiple times! I love the way you keep rewriting slightly differently "you critic" for it almost feels as if your revising the workas you go along. Great poem, intense immagery of a man with a haughty look crossing through lines that don't suit his fancy.
| Raisa Youngblood 6/16/12 . chapter 1
I love this poem. I read it in my head, so I may be wrong, but it sounded like it had nice rythem. (I feel like I murdered that word. :/)
Anyway, I also like that you got more than just a few lines out. I tend to only get four, then curl up and die.
This peom really speaks to the critic in me. :)
| ThatBlackMage 6/8/12 . chapter 1
Wow, that's the most accurate description I've seen of the writing process. Not that I'm an expert, but still, this one hits home.
| Abbytjie 5/17/12 . chapter 1
Amazing. So good and so true. Every writer is their own worst critic, and I love how you put it and describe it. Really amazing poetry.
| Small Wings Flying 5/11/12 . chapter 1
Amazingly written. The jerky flow works quite well in fact, especially the hybrid you've wrought with the rhyming section in between. It's difficult to get such a balance, but you've done it extremely well. The only thing I can point out is, in your first stanza: "And you rut,/ And for what?" - I think that last "and" is a little redundant. I'd put an ellipses or a hyphen after the "rut" and then just have "For what?" as the following line. "and" takes a little sliver of focus away.
It's funny. I normally say nicely written, but this deserves better than that.
Also, another thing: "To damn and condemn," - do you need a comma there?
Sums up the whole "everyone's their own worst critic" quite nicely. Looking forward to more work from you...and back too.
| B.A. Howard 5/10/12 . chapter 1
I really liked this, different from a lot of the stuff I see on here. Nice work