|Reviews for Poetry|
| That One Kid From The US chapter 1 . 1/13/2008
This was just an idea that hasn't been carried through as far as I can tell, as it's now January and you're still writing (I am still wading through my old author alerts on the weekends because I'm being buried under homework normally, that's why I keep reviewing older stuff...someday I'll get to your newer stuff, perhaps after finals when I'll get a break for a few days). Maybe though, you should get a new account. I ran into this problem myself, my friend who a few of my poems are about ran across my old account on fictionpress, and I promptly deleted it and began a new account in order to write in anonymity. Maybe this is the path you should take? You decide.
| XxXKristie MarieXxX chapter 1 . 12/19/2007
No you can't be through Writing. It helps let out so many emotion. You don't wan't all that tallent to go to waste do you? Keep writing and Keep going for dreams.
| casi chapter 1 . 12/11/2007
please dont let it be true!
aw :( saddening... :'(
well see you at school...
(please rethink this...pretty please)
| The Reverse Edge Blade chapter 1 . 12/11/2007
I can understand your bitterness and frustration. The swearing makes it really clear how you feel.
I know you said it was vulgar, but I think this poem would've been a lot better if you hadn't sweared so much. The thing is: the whole story gets...is about to drown in the swearing, and it gets hard to appreciate it. I'm merely expressing my opinion here, I hope you won't take this too personally, (although I know that poetry is something personal) but I think you would've done much better, had you only formulated it less vulgar.
The Reverse Edge Blade