|Reviews for 30|
| fwompp chapter 1 . 4/30/2010
Hiya, I got your review you left me [thanks by the way] so I wanted to check out your stuff.
It's pretty incredible I believe, I don't have much to say, but I really like what you write.
The phrasing and words.
You too, keep up the good work.
| tonight we bloom chapter 1 . 7/6/2009
This one was confusing for me, but that's what I loved about it. All of your work is so thought-provoking and emotional and sometimes even though I don't fully understand what you're getting at, it's so beautiful and every word sends shivers down my back.
It's so beautiful.
| tangledwebweweave chapter 1 . 7/5/2009
I am throughly confused with this one, but it has nice vocabulary and a good outline. Good job.
Favorite line: "deep from my soul"
| Mary Eliraz chapter 1 . 7/2/2009
tell me how you make every single thing you write brilliant, and yet still unique in its own right.
i had to love this, just because it was too superb and lovely for me not to.
| gklh910 chapter 1 . 3/27/2008
This is beautiful. I feel like all of it draws me in and at the end I am tingling at every single word. I don't know how to describe the feeling it evokes, but this is an amazing poem.
| simpleplan13 chapter 1 . 11/2/2007
I like the repetition of the fingernail drawing numbers... I also love the ending.. about convincing someone you know yourself
| not sure yet chapter 1 . 10/15/2007
i love this one, it is thick
it makes me feel sad and happy at the same time and it smells beautiful and feels warm
| Dale Christopher chapter 1 . 10/14/2007
I’m impressed by the fact you can express such a simple moment in so many well chosen words. Whereas I normally stick to writing haiku to capture a moment or experience, you are able to fully recreate the moment in time while inviting your readers to experience it with you. Bad analogy; my work is like showing someone a still picture while you show us video footage. The first stanza sucked me in from the beginning; it was perfectly executed. Wonderfully written.
| Moondog Dozier chapter 1 . 10/4/2007
This presents a tender moving visual. What I admire most about your work is quite evident here. I view them as soul-pauses. Where you give the reader the briefest window to digest a line or a stanza, and then return to the exquisite wording. You present such a continuation of descriptive visuals that the reader has no choice but to follow or be left behind. As always, sincerely human and capturing recognizable emotion. Great write. MD:77.
| randompoetry chapter 1 . 10/4/2007
i'm always amazed by your stuff. you were the first poet i read on this site, the first person i wanted to write like, the first person i admired. you were always the person i wanted to review my stuff, to get an honest true opinion from the best poet on the site. i just wanted you to know how much your work has inspired me, how alive you've made me feel, how you fixed my life in an indirect way. your work is amazing, and although i cannot quite understand all of it and cannot reach the level of deep and detail that you reach, i can still read your stuff and wish that someday i will grow up and be as smart and talented of you. BRILLIANCE.
| sincerely disregard chapter 1 . 9/25/2007
Beautiful. I have nothing to say. Normally when I like a poem this much, I at least mention a favorite line or feeling, but I can't here because all of it stirs up so much feeling. So all I can offer is beautiful.
| Ashelin chapter 1 . 9/25/2007
Something about this is thick, almost hard to swallow. In the beginning it almost seems light, but as you go on everything takes on a more dense feel and taste.
"The body of you so solid
in this memory-moment of mine
that I could feel the weight
of you beside me
on the bed. Then alone."
How many moments have we had that? Again, your poems are so personal yet also known, like you measure self and audience perfectly. At first reading this I didn't know if I would like it so much, but after reading it multiple times I do. Actually, I more than like, I love.
Also, I would like to thank you on your reviews, most recently the one about "Blemished". It made me feel...well, just honored. Thank you so very much.