|Reviews for Sugared Freckles|
| isilyasong chapter 1 . 1/25/2014
I really, really like this. :) it made my heart hurt in all the best ways and look at my own relationship a little differently. Never stop writing.
| Nicole Sometimes chapter 1 . 5/24/2012
Loved it. :) Such a beautiful style. I'll be honest, I read your other poems and thay're all so lovely, but this I must say, has to be my favorite. They're relationship was described so beautifully. I wish I had a relationship quite like it. It's short. It's sweet, like they know nothing's quite sure of guaranteed. But they do it anyway. So, yeah. Lovely. :)
| cityskyline at your fingertips chapter 1 . 3/14/2010
This is one of my favorites from you. You're an amazing writer (like I said earlier). -laughs nervously- I really wish I had your writing talent. :)
| snowish chapter 1 . 3/3/2010
This is the sweetest poem.
I'm probably going to spam your inbox with all my favorite-ing on your page. I really like your style of writing. : )
| Erica Jo chapter 1 . 11/15/2009
lovely lovely lovely!
| Little girl Big world chapter 1 . 9/1/2009
I like this poem its very honest and blunt.
Just describing this relationship between these people.
Very nicely written.
Not quite poetic but not like a story either.
It's like something you would read out of a journal, just someones thoughts, I like that style it fits well with this. Great Job! :)
| CuriousContradiction chapter 1 . 7/17/2009
This is such a lovely, lovely poem. I can't correctly describe how good I thought this was. It wasn't a serious, in-your-face metaphoric poem. It was light and sweet and innocent, and I liked it a lot. There's beauty in this sort of imperfection of almost-love. I also liked your usage of bold and italicization and underline. You emphasized the right parts at the right moments. That was well done. Your word choice and diction (ex. saturates) is good too. The title was also very creative.
You mentioned that you returned reviews. You don't have to for mine if you're busy (no, I'm not just saying that. I mean it!), but if you do, the story I wrote has a few things that are similar, except it's the other way around. Rather, it's an anti-Shakespeare girl who notices things about a boy through simple observation too.
Anyways, again, I really enjoyed this poem. Thank you for sharing this. :)
| speakeasy-love chapter 1 . 5/5/2009
i have no other words.
in fact, i'ed swear i knew your name
| audioboxer chapter 1 . 4/6/2009
if my review cuts off, sorry. it happens. X( i liked this one :) especially the down the rabbit hole bit; i'm a sucked for anything alice in wonderland. & green grapes :)
he figures you don’t have to be that observant
just quiet (but never, never cautious)
to discover that her nails are a different color every day or
that she bites her lip when she’s nervous but sticks
her tongue out when she’s thinking too hard
| bubble headed chapter 1 . 3/28/2009
I totally love reading your poetry dude. I think it's because of the way you juxtapose words like 'sugarspun-broken glass' and all. They are so totally made of win. And also at the same time it's choppy but it flows anyways. Anyhow I really enjoyed reading it, it was sweet. :)