|Reviews for Unchanged|
| Mirabella chapter 1 . 9/7/2009
I really really love this!
Such beauty and sadness, and i love how you told it. :)
| a silenced revolution chapter 1 . 3/30/2009
this really hits home.
sad, songful, painfully pretty, tender, and poignant.
did i mention this really hits home?
| Musetta's Waltz chapter 1 . 3/16/2009
"She packed up all her things,/broken wings and silent musings."
The second stanza, especially the first half of it, has spectacular imagery. The thing I love most about your poems is that they never make sense on a literal level (no coat on a coat hanger, quoting Yeats) but they resonate with truth within the heart. Did I mention they're beautiful, lyrical, and heartbreakingly fragile?
And why are all of your poems so sad?
Your poetry always reminds me of Spring Awakening - lovely, weary tenderness. If you don't know it already, it's an extremely famous Broadway musical that melds the whispers of violins with the hard-edged steel of electric guitar. How better to vocalize teenage angst? I think I might have wept the first time I heard it; it was so lonely and hopeful and sad.
If you're interested, I think it's all on Youtube.
| Elephant-Artist chapter 1 . 3/8/2009
Very good. I like the descriptiveness in this poem. Great job.
Please read and review my stuff.
| ForeverBehindTheImpression chapter 1 . 3/5/2009
"The curtains whispered lullabyes,
songs of the sun and wind,"
Wow, really love this one :) Great work
| ZombieMcQueen chapter 1 . 3/5/2009
very nice. I like how you emphasized 'lie', it represented the mood well.