|Reviews for A Fangirl's Woe|
| dragonflydreamer chapter 1 . 1/17/2009
Haha, I love it. Very creative idea, and very relatable for a lot of readers.
[Poured out from an artist’s pen] I like this line. Very interesting description.
[For men who cannot be] I also liked that you didn't rhyme this because it set it apart from the rest of the poem.
My only suggestion would be to take a look at the rhythm. It felt a little chunky as I was reading it, as if each line was a few syllables off from fitting. Maybe read this through with that in mind?
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| Manuel Fajar chapter 1 . 7/7/2008
When dreaming of perfection I could feel
Her swinging hula-hips upon a beach
As we delighted with our rum&coke
Beneath bright moon overflowing with full
Warm waves lapped up and swept smoothly white sands
Whispering words of caution from Venus,—
'Remember tonight's magic fades in morn,—
It cannot last, or else t'would turn to scorn.'
| 012323232 chapter 1 . 3/21/2008
haha i'm sure a lot of people could relate to this
but it could mean anything if the title didn't mention the inspiration
| she smolders chapter 1 . 1/6/2008
I've often felt this way too and the fandoms you refer to portray men I'd like to know. Take care.
| Nemonus chapter 1 . 12/25/2007
WOE IS US! Argh...*grumblegrumble* Anyway, I understand the emotion in this. It's a simple poem, or perhaps I should say "raw". Good rhythm etc. I have written about this subject, and tried to find out exactly what creates it... Interesting stuff. Good poem.