Reviews for Start This Life Again
Lidless Eye chapter 1 . 1/26/2004
This was really neat. I liked the emotion that was etched into this. Great job, and keep it up.
~Lidless Eye
chirrup chapter 1 . 12/25/2003
Very beautiful and full of passion.
Your style of writing is truly great and holds a lot of emotion. I love the way the words flow and capture the reader's attention. Great job. Keep it up.
JackKarson chapter 1 . 12/7/2003
Another poem about death, everyone writes them, but nobody uses original imagry. You should try to use some fresh new distinct images.
AntiPleasure chapter 1 . 11/5/2003
Wow, gives you an eery kind of feeling. The structure of the poem was perfect, and the grammer was perfect, along with the detailed descriptions. "Kick me like a child, and let me hold your hand

I don’t wanna hear the screams of a muted, broken man" uh wow!Can I just say those are the most powerful lines of the poem, great imagination. Keep up the good work.

Dirty Wallpaper chapter 1 . 10/29/2003

the power of this poem is really reverbrating in my brain even now, such strong words and examples, you really painted the picture with a perfect mix of sadness, pain, and anger.

i always really hate trying to find a favourite line in your works because they are all just so god damn good!


"I don’t wanna hear the screams of a muted, broken man" so many meanings i could put to that line, every single one is as cryptic as the next.

"Burn brightly in my iris and tear my throat apart" a horrific picture came into my head when i read that, an aimge of evil red glowing eyes...

"No-one listens when I cry or watches where I lay" so sad, very lonesome...the picture just brought to me a feeling of cold isolation.

"I’d already be in heaven as I re-wrote my mummy’s will" very marilyn manson - very clever.

"If I killed myself over, then I’d do this all again" gave me the chills.

great poem as always, very creative, the descriptions making it just come so .
BeyondRepair chapter 1 . 10/27/2003
Wow this is great. The imagery and everything is amazing...uh...I'm sorry I'd write a more articulate review but my brain is a little fried right now from overwork. Do you know anything about the "Self-reflexivity in Shakespeare's sonnets". No...oh well...maybe I'll write a paper on your poem. It really is great. I wish I had some more interesting input. Maybe I'll read some of your other work later on.