Reviews for Logic Means Nil
Isca chapter 1 . 12/30/2009
I like your use of the word "nil" (from the Latin word "nihil" meaning "nothing." That reminded me of the philosophical idea of Nihilism).

I also like the idea that logic is nihilistic in nature, in the sense that, it is without a concrete meaning or purpose. The emotions (e.g. "somehow you find a razoer in your hand") in this poem seem to override the rational mind - that's a very thought-provoking idea; heart over head.

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so i sing to the stars chapter 1 . 7/27/2008
I find it interesting that you didn't go the cliche route, using "nil" instead of "nothing". Jelly tried to figure out what deep meaning and/or connection and/or something it could possibly have, but she doesn't have enough brain cells for that. :P

So, any particular reason?
CigaretteBurn chapter 1 . 7/8/2008
the middle part just got to me and hit my core ...

"but when a thousand tiny screaming voices are fighting for space in your head all at once and

somehow you find a razor in your hand"

beautifully written
The Exuberant chapter 1 . 7/7/2008
another good one