|Reviews for The Silly Sight of Life that Foams|
| Au Printemps chapter 1 . 11/19/2003
I think this whole poem makes perfect sense. "Spreading in a useless poem,/Never saved a life of mine,/Never helped my soul to rhyme." is, to me, about trying to invoke the power of poetry to express yourself and create yourself. The whole thing is very musical and rhythm-perfect.
| Sarana chapter 1 . 6/5/2003
It's very cool! You can't really find sense in one sentence or one phrase, but when you look at the whole thing together, it makes a lot of sense. My favorite part was "Yet the sundial's shadows turn, And fire and ice continue to burn." It sounds really neat.
| Miamouse chapter 1 . 6/4/2003
heh, I like this. It makes an abstract sort of sense. I like poetry like this... that the reader can interpret for themself. *funny feeling inside* Again, liked it.