|Reviews for Certainly|
| Poinky chapter 1 . 3/17/2007
I love how you've used the repition of the kn and rea sounds, and then the ness parts. Repition really strings a poem together, and you've used it effectively. Nice job. :D
| The Reverse Edge Blade chapter 1 . 2/28/2007
I missed the rhyming in this poem, but I know it's harder to write when you're in class. I wonder who the poem is about...At first I thought maybe the teacher, because you mention "knocking on wood", so it sounded like the teacher was tapping on the teacher's desk.
It's clear you've had alot on your mind when you wrote this, something that's easy to see, but that's what I like about this poem. Just thoughts written down, that's something I like!
The Reverse Edge Blade
| Midnight In Eden chapter 1 . 1/22/2007
I'd love some connection to this piece, as it is now it feels like a skeleton, random words trying to mean something but not quite making it.
Also, your first two lines are jarring and the hyphens aren't needed. I think you could flesh this out a little further and come up with something interesting. On a technical note, punctuating it wouldn't be a bad idea either.
Hopefully that was helpful.