Reviews for Hold On
Julius Gillian chapter 1 . 2/8/2008
This is very heart warming, yet bitter and rather depressing how the author is aware that happiness is fleeting and that any means of survival counts on finding happiness and marking it as a safe zone to return to. We must be commited to it, we must make our way to claim it, because nobody else can do the work but ourselves.

My favorite two lines is at the end where the poem abruptly repeats itself, yet in a lengthier kind of way.

Good job.