|Reviews for We are|
| ThisCut-UpAngel chapter 1 . 10/19/2005
A wonderful piece; well-written and strong! And by the way, thank you for the review!
| TiEka Koniku chapter 1 . 10/10/2005
oh wow.. sounds like you have had some hard times. i hope everything is better now. *TI*
| Dying Without Gackt chapter 1 . 10/8/2005
Oh. This was so upsetting. But again I loved the creativity and flow of your words. Words are so important! My friend stanza was...
"Long ago, the mistakes...mind"
That's such a good stanza. And out of it my favorite line is, "The course of time won't change..." How very true but painful.
| Aurora Borealis 91 chapter 1 . 9/21/2005
Well, i think this is something a lot of people can definotely relate to...and it just has so much emotional meaning no matter what way you look at it. Its about a struggle, its about pain, its about letting go...lol i dunno what im saying...but i really liked it. _ME
| Martin Peterson chapter 1 . 9/20/2005
Wonderful. Full of feeling and emotion and, again, the pain is clearly displayed very well.
| simpleplan13 chapter 1 . 9/19/2005
Held so tight, bound by an invisible chain.. tightly
I like this.. especially the alst couple of stanzas... nice job
| EmbersAblaze-IgnitedIcicle chapter 1 . 9/19/2005
This is a nice flowing poem.
In a weird way, if he holds the memories as real and true (also); then you are a memory, but still exist, in the present, within each other.
It's that theory about memorials and loved ones lost. Except...if you're both still breathing it is way more REAL to keep it in each other's hearts.
Does that make any metaphysical/metaphorical sense?
If not, it should be one of my poems! ha! :
| Plinky chapter 1 . 9/19/2005
Yet another lovely poem! You can do no wrong. Lol. This poem was so sad, but so true, and again I loved the emotion and description in it. Wow. I love your poems! I need to go now, but I will read more.
| dooley creel chapter 1 . 9/18/2005
easy to read, flows nicely, musical without rigidity, there are some rhymes but they are subtle and relaxed, I like that, though I don't take my own advice.
Julliet likes coffee late at night too. Good idea to bring your own mug when you drink at the F P hotel. I think of the kanji for heart by its onyomi, ' Shin,' missed the kokoro, but I won't forget it. The haiku imposes a certain constraint and since I will always use more words than necessary given the opportunity it is an intriguing art form, terse, suggestive, and ultimately quite soaring. dc
| sarah1491 chapter 1 . 9/17/2005
Another great poem! :)
| Maisha Mafuriko chapter 1 . 9/16/2005
I feel as though I am looking in a mirror of writing, as it were, and here are MY words penned by YOU... reflecting my inner thots. Incrdible!
| Lailassi chapter 1 . 9/16/2005
I like your choice of words in this one. The whole compilation seems sort of elegant. Your writing is beautiful.
| account not in use chapter 1 . 9/14/2005
yes. i quite agree.
| Theory Of The 4th Dimension chapter 1 . 9/14/2005
woah, this was very meaningful. Love the dramatic tone in the piece, thnx for sharing.
| Kat-Renee Kittel chapter 1 . 9/13/2005
Deeply written-I feel the loss along with you.