|Reviews for Lang division|
| Halcyon Impulsion chapter 1 . 2/17/2009
Definitely a read-a-loud piece. The last two stanzas are my favorites-brilliant, really.
| Nemonus chapter 1 . 7/4/2007
I did comprehend that it was about "Science and math kids speak a different language from English and art kids". Woo, I had a correct thought. It sounds like the narrator (English) has a fondness for "you" (math) though. There are some fun parts: "I don’t think in (parenthesis)", "analogue analogies", "don’t tell me it’s not possible to raise u to the power of infinity.", "It’s all stu(dying).". Very good. (Unfortunatly I don't remember what a palindrome is. Care to enlighten?)
| andrealiz chapter 1 . 10/1/2006
i love the opening line. it made me want to read more and that is something i look for poems.
i like this. the format is pretty much the coolest thing of my life. :] keep writing.
| classic violet chapter 1 . 9/23/2006
I love the second, third and fourth stanzas, wow, those were truly mystical. You've combined poetry with such powerful diction, just amazing.
adding to my favs on my account, just lovely.
| Chandra-Moon chapter 1 . 9/22/2006
You definately did it well, and I admire you for trying to wriet something different. I liked this, mostly because I AM a science/math kid, despite my closet poetry habit. In real life, I am very inarticulate. So while this poem didn't make sense at times, I liked that, I liked that confusion. This was pretty and well written and interesting, so good job. Love the palindromes, love apple pi a la mean/median/mode, love the final lines. Love it.
| Violet Marx chapter 1 . 9/14/2006
'apple pi a la mean/median/mode' is my favorite line. It kind of struck me as amusing.
I don't understand the third stanza, but you know me, Maisha, I'm ten. I'm sur everyone else gets it.
| poet tree chapter 1 . 9/13/2006
God, I adore your poetry. It's always so interestingly lovely.
| far-away-dreamer chapter 1 . 9/12/2006
I like this and I think the disjointedness really adds to the poem.