|Reviews for russian roulette has always been malicious|
| earringsskittles chapter 1 . 1/21/2010
thanks you for writing that wonderfully written story you don't know if your talking about a rapist or a murderer. my best friend was shot in he side when i was walking home from school. it turned out to be her ex-boyfriend, well it was mainly or sex but still those kind of things happen everyday everywhere and people really need to know about stupid people who need control over someone else i know how that feels (being controled by someone) and i saw it in his eyes everyday the glint of hunger the hunter has for the pray and its sick
| in the city of neon and chrome chapter 1 . 8/30/2009
this was thought-provocking and sexy, with just the right hint of underlying terror. stunning, really.
i loved the "the revolver." at the end.
| Kate Marshall chapter 1 . 7/29/2009
So could this idea be more GENIUS? No, I think not. I really love the idea for this! Mixing the general theme of Russian Roulette with the boy in the poem was not only effective, but creative. :)
"the rush of adrenaline that must plough through your veins like a steam train" Lovely word choices! 'plough' and 'steam train' are very strong, and give good imagery for the beginning of this poem.
Parenthesis were tastefully done. I didn't feel bothered by them; they added to the poem, instead of distracting from it.
And the end, comparing the boy to the revolver was fantastic. The metaphor gave great closure to the poem as the end, wrapping up everything nicely. :D
dragonflydreamer gave you her reviews for the RM. So you have officially been reviewed by me, Review Squader for the RM.
| for shame chapter 1 . 6/26/2009
i can't believe i've never read this one - or reviewed it, for that matter.
i think this is one of your best poems. the connection is so strong and so direct.
aside from the descriptions, the format is beautiful, too. i love the clean-cut line breaks. oh my. this really appeals to my inner format-neat-freak.
i've never thought of the revolver as "winning", either. it's very unique. very novel. very clever. very... you.
it's just the kind of amazing poetry i've come to expect from you.
one of my favorite pieces from you, by far.
| october lies chapter 1 . 4/22/2009
you like mine better?
this is something people can actually read and see the relation between the writing and russian roulette
mine's a lame little rant about a boy
i love this line and how casual it seems to me: (one by one, they fell.)
something about the way it's phrased makes me feel as if the writer is incredibly apathetic. i love this.
| TheBeautyOfTheGrave chapter 1 . 4/10/2009
I love it. There is nothing more I can say really, it's really good. Well done.
| Miss Anna Marie chapter 1 . 4/10/2009
At first I had no idea what russian roulette was, so I googled it. Your poem expertly describes this game and the feelings involved. I loved it!