|Reviews for Faith, in a café, modern London|
| The-Golden-Hour chapter 1 . 5/9/2009
your poetry is really unique and different from everything else ive read, i like it ;)
| Isca chapter 1 . 5/2/2009
I think the most interesting character in this poem is the speaker-she's stating the facts while still managing to sound analytical. I loved the part about Faithe blabbing away about her degree in Freudianism. Priceless.
| amavian chapter 1 . 5/2/2009
another one of your other woman poems. i can tell you are very abstract compared to 'faith' who seems polished, homely, future socker mom in training. yet having her in a cafe makes her feel rather poetic as well, maybe you have sympathy for her?
you say that you are not a threat to her, but i don't exactly get the sense that your a threat to her either. a portrayal of the other women? you? or her?
the male is the third person in the tale. how you and she interact on different levels with him. they are still in love with each other, although for whatever reasons it did not work out. yet, you are the 3rd party representative looking inward, and expressing yourself outward through poetry.
i could go on...