|Reviews for In the Mirror|
| the mouse that roared chapter 1 . 5/11/2004
I really like the theme of inner vs. outer beauty. And the acceptance of what is in the mirror.
| Vivienne Cen chapter 1 . 7/22/2003
I really like this song. I can almost hear it in my head . I really like the way you end it with a positive note.
| Angel chapter 1 . 4/29/2003
Great song love the chorus.
| Kanefan123 chapter 1 . 12/11/2002
Hey, that was good, I liked it... sorry it took so long to review I've been BUSY lol. I really liked how it was written as a song but the way it was written was very poetic... I'm sick of all the songs out there written to be songs... Where's the art? Good work
| the Queen of Jupiter chapter 1 . 12/4/2002
Wow, I love this song! -Well, the lyrics, at least. I especially love how you *finally* completed the Chorus at the very, very end - sort of like the whole song was leading up to that line.
Very powerful song. Keep writing! Peace ~~
| Needa S chapter 1 . 12/3/2002
Thumbs-up! Keep writing!
| SweetGrape chapter 1 . 11/30/2002
Nice rhymes and rhythm make this suitable for a song. Inspiring and insightful piece about accepting yourself- which is an important idea:)
Very involving and easy to realte to, straight from the nice first lines.
4th line of 2nd stanza is nice 'in me', nice idea and alliteration.
The chorus is beautiful- intersting descriptions and ideas of yourself.
'I know I'm afraid' also shows the emotions involved in accepting yourself- it's not all easy. Contrast and cleverly showing how you can be 2 ends of the spectrum.
Lots of inspiring, smiley ideas. 'she'll shine out by herself'.
Cute- 'I'm a play on the words'
'It's broken light, after all' I loved that line for some reason- just seems so frank and honest and laughing.
Great last line- very nice:)
| frommysoul chapter 1 . 11/11/2002
Self reflection is very important in life, and i don't just mean physically as you don't either. I like the line, how simple it is,"that's just me." We should all say that and be content. Our looks and behaviours are all part of who we are and without them, we would be nothing. An inspiring piece of work