Reviews for Sad Eyes
Manuel Fajar chapter 1 . 2/20/2005
two knots in a fence,

fell out dry from time's effects,

¿could they be your eyes?

you peer through knot holes,

looking into my backyard,—

but i can't see out.

so you see the strewn mess 'round,

what disorder,—chaos rent.

we must mend our fence,

overgrown with creeping vines,

rotted at its base,

disheveled its once straight lines,

replace pine's rot with new slats.

it drizzles,—we work,

stripping old, soggy, pine boards,—

gray your lack of love,

like clouds pouring out cold rain,

rebuild,—one nail at a time.
Mrs. Reamer87 chapter 1 . 12/25/2004
poetic abortion chapter 1 . 12/21/2004
I love your poetry. You can make sucha sad poem you bring tears to my eyes. Then you make me laugh or feel joy through a carefree jovial poem. I'm jealouse. -_- - I'm loving your poetry. Just so very unique to me.

~ Noelle ~
Ivriniel chapter 1 . 12/21/2004
Beautiful poem. I like the "helpless" standing alone in a line.
nine iron chapter 1 . 12/17/2004
Thankyou for the reviews, I will look for the odd one that intrests me. I say buy one of christines books, I have rains of roses and will buy her new one as soon as possible! I like how you lay works out, very skkillfull. well it is late, excuses my spelling and punct. mistakes anyway. Goodnight and keep reading and writing.

Nine Iron
myno chapter 1 . 11/26/2004
Nice format, especially in the last stanza. Excellent poem.
Tom Madden chapter 1 . 11/26/2004
nice, i like it. you know, that last line made me think of my puppy and his sad 'please can i have a treat?' face he gives me everyday. and curse his cuteness i fall for it every time, lol. nice poem.
Alleyway Cat chapter 1 . 11/24/2004
I like non-rhyming poems, but think you should work on a couple of descriptive words that can really bring emotions to the reader.
Cry Tears of Darkness chapter 1 . 11/24/2004
aw wow, thats pretty good!