|Reviews for Woodstock Life|
| High Sky chapter 6 . 11/14/2007
all in all a good closing piece. it seems to sum up the attitudes of the previous poems. good rhythem again, except for the line "Give the critics what they want"
too many sylables, in comparison with the rest.
the "its time to play" was very well handled. that is something i have a very hard time with but that you seem to have no issues with at all. -
| High Sky chapter 5 . 11/14/2007
first off: i can't tell what the chorus is. you need the make that clear. the piece was overall good though... only thing i would change is to make the series of repeated solo-words condensed... would make a better poetic presentation i think.
| High Sky chapter 4 . 11/14/2007
excellent... best one since heinous. i imagine this song played slowly... the repetition in the beginning set the pace for the rest of the peace. love the repectition, especially the transition from "jaded" to "hated," and the last two lines of the chorus are powerful.
| High Sky chapter 3 . 11/14/2007
i wish i knew the tune too... its a shaky poem. much of what i write is a song, and when i read it as a poem it sounds much weaker. the chorus is great though. love the line "fuck reasons to die." people often dwell on one and not the other.
| High Sky chapter 2 . 11/14/2007
this poem would have been better if i had read before "heinous." the rhythm in this poem begins very similar to heinous, but then gets really broken up in the middle. the rhyming is a little off in the end too. it had a very strong beginning, which you could have, should have, kept going with.
| High Sky chapter 1 . 11/14/2007
well i don't know who you are talking about in this poem, but the poem itself is awesome. definite page scroller. would be a page turner but, you know...
anyway loved the rhyming scheme, the rhythem, everything. no critisism.
| Kassandra Black chapter 1 . 5/3/2007
Crazy, but very intresting. Keep in mind, when I say crazy, I mean it in a good way!