|Reviews for White, Black, Red|
| Miss perky chapter 1 . 9/3/2010
Wow, that was fantastic. It was beautiful. You made something as ordinary as colors we see everyday into something beautiful and a work of art. It's an amazing poem. I really liked it.
| Lyla chapter 1 . 4/13/2009
That was good! I especially liked it because white, black, and red are my school's colors.
| kynthiaphellan chapter 1 . 4/13/2009
These interpretations are kinda commom. White being pure, black being evil/darkness, red being blood spilt... You could do better with this.
| Romantic Nun chapter 1 . 2/2/2009
wow! i love ur diction. this a very good poem and i love the imagery you created. greet job :)
| fleur de l'est chapter 1 . 6/9/2008
My three favourite colours too. I like the stream-of-consciousness sense to this poem. I usually hate poems that don't rhyme, but this piece seems more like an image than a poem to me, each and every word of it provokes a flow of thoughts and pictures, especially the "..." which implies that there is more to come.
There is a dark and somewhat morbid feel to this poem, yet there is a tint of purity. That's the part I always get lost explaining, but you chose not to explain and let the readers decide for themselves :D Very nice!
This is defs going on my favourites list!
| Ashelin chapter 1 . 6/9/2008
A bit of a cliche way to look at those colors, though I can totally see what you mean. I think a lot of it is perspective. Like, I think of white and I think of clean, sort of cold and waiting to be filled. When I think of black I think of void and apathy. When I think of red I think of life and a blistering sunburn. It's all perspective. Great job.
| xXxBlackKatxXx chapter 1 . 6/4/2008
Very wonderful and very true. I love the way you wrote this; the words are so beautiful, yet haunting.
| Manifest-Destiny-x X chapter 1 . 6/4/2008
I like the form you used vaguely reminiscent of a diamante... without the diamond