|Reviews for Jesus Walked Across My Belly|
| Adia Moonstar chapter 1 . 12/6/2008
Wow. Such a fantastic poem. You know your figuretive lang. I really like how you made it so... interesting. No words to describe it!
| Morg chapter 1 . 3/14/2006
amazing. that's all there is to it
| Cold and Callous chapter 1 . 1/30/2006
Very raw. Beautiful
| Caoimhe's Sins chapter 1 . 12/14/2005
Oh my you even read my lowly poems is beyond you so much for reveiwing me, is the perfect combonation of religon and, yeah, lust (i mean, your screwing the Lord)Oh, God!no, 're obviously very liberal, defending your whole kind against the wrath of the lord that dstoryed all womyn.I will definately read your other poems tommorrow
| michael.unreal chapter 1 . 10/20/2005
I wonder how you come up with these poems...
I'm simply stunned by the intensity of your writing...
You're definitely good..
| Two believers chapter 1 . 10/16/2005
"Let me be
only you can set yourself free...let go and you already believe...
By Grace you have been saved.
| disabled account chapter 1 . 9/23/2005
Well, it was, no less, a beautiful poem. You're a spectacular writer, and you have an intuitive knowledge of how words come together and what the results of those combinations are, and in turn manipulate them well. Though, of course, I am a Christian, so I have to give the usual footnote of disagreement...forgive me, Juliet! :) One of the points that I disagreed with was the idea of the oppression of females...Jesus himSELF did not oppress females...the men operative in the church at the time when government and church were still synonymous did. I find it poor logic to deem Jesus the cause of all female suffering because some errant quoteunquote "followers" abused the church. In accordance, the correlation between Jesus and the abuse of woman in sexual terms doesn't seem plausible. However, I respect your opinions, of course, and find your message to present a different kind of valid...one that should be regarded and heard. Well done, as usual! Au revoir, Kat :)
| The Fourth Fate chapter 1 . 9/20/2005
WOAH. This is AMAZING. *clap clap clap* wow. I'm speechless. WOW. WOW.
| Pixie L. Taylor chapter 1 . 9/12/2005
The imagery is amazing. You can see what you are writing. Blasphemous, yes. Deliciously so. Keep up the good work.
| Neverlander12 chapter 1 . 9/9/2005
Wow. It's powerful. I'm sure what I think about it because part of me is very spiritual and religious. Then again, I feel like I've betrayed and shamed the very thing I believe in, and so the other part of me can't stand the thought of spirituality/religion. Whatever I am though, I still respect the power and beauty of your poem. It's one of those things that normally either offends and endears, but in my case, I'd have to say it took the form of a noose. Great work. Keep it up.
| Ecryptic chapter 1 . 9/7/2005
I love it.
It has great depth and it makes you think of the great imagery that you put forth through your words. One of the best poems I have read on this site. Going right into my favorites.
| Chaotic Lionel chapter 1 . 9/3/2005
All I'm going to say is we both seem to view religion through similar eyes.
| darkmanmod chapter 1 . 9/2/2005
Well the first time I read this I laughed. I dont know why but there was something visual about this that I found somewhat amusing. Actually, I find your work very strange and hard to understand. After my second reading it became more serious. I do like it. I think it was very creative and special. Not as dark as the other stuff that I've read from you so that was a relief :) Sometimes your stuff is just too dark for me. No offence. I can only read it in a special mood but this poem was quite nice.
| reluctant writer chapter 1 . 9/1/2005
Wow. That was an amazing metaphor. Very honest piece, thought provoking.
| Sweet Calamity chapter 1 . 9/1/2005
Wow ... That's all I can say at this moment.
Give me a second.
Wow, religion must be an incredibly sexual thing to you! But it seems more like you're talking about a boyfriend(?) and Jesus is just a psyeudonym for him. I'm not a big fan of the format; it's too jarring, although the words are as well, so I suppose it doesn't really matter. Best parts?
"grand enough to grind a virgin(how typical)"
and the last few lines were absolutely STUPENDOUS. They came together so well that it left me with the feeling that I'd just read something beautiful. Which I did.
Thanks for your review, and thanks for leading me here.