|Reviews for Memories Of Pain|
| delete this page 109231 chapter 1 . 5/2/2007
for gods sake, i've read three of these poems now. Its like you think your a poet because you know long words. but enough with insulting you, save that for the monopoly sessions (we are so cool).
some advice, try to make your poems have a point rather than vaguely talking about reality and shit.
| Olivine chapter 1 . 4/29/2007
Okay, so you're about two years older than me, and you know bigger words than I do. Not good for me, because this poem had a few of them in it, and it took me a minute to figure out, by context, what you were saying. But I did figure it out, so it's not a trajedy. Another great poem, of course. Very, very nostalgic, as your summary warned. The poem reminds me of The Silent Boy, by Lois Lowry, because it's one of those 'reminisce' kinds of stories; the narrator is recalling a story. Of course, I hated the book, and those kinds of stories, because the guy goes away and you never see him again. Oh well.
| in theory chapter 1 . 4/24/2007
It's like a delicious soup, so many gluey words. Pretty.