|Reviews for Unadulterated|
| His Mercy's Waiting chapter 1 . 12/22/2006
First of all, I'd like to commend your on your expanded vocabulary. Poets these days seem to get lazy when it comes to that, but your whole poem sparkled with fresh new words. I really appreciated that.
Secondly, I understand your pain when you complain about the "infurtiating upload". I have the same problem, but I thought it was smart of you to use dashes to make breaks.
Your poem made me think of Pontius Pilate. I think it's that one line: "You washed your hands in dirty dishwater." It reminded me of when Pilate washed his hands before handing Jesus Christ over to his prosecutors.
Great poem. Keep writing.