|Reviews for they keep screaming silently|
| Flies chapter 1 . 9/4/2006
Through this poem you get an indignant feel from the speaker, and a bad taste in your mouth from the character "they". Finally, at the end, in paranthesis, like a sidenote, it's revealed that "they" and the speaker are the same, and the reader is left sort of baffled and flabbergasted, unsure what to feel or think. Thus, this is a great, startling poem, because that's just the sort of twist I'd expect from you. Very well done, I was baffled and flabbergasted and of course-thrilled.