|Reviews for Things I've said to my children|
| Field of Innocence chapter 3 . 7/18/2010
I've been lied to a lot, and I've spend most of my time pretending that the lies are true, so I see the haiku from the point of view of the person who the poetry is speaking to.
| Field of Innocence chapter 2 . 7/18/2010
The wording and spacing of this poem is very creative. I mean, I know that with haiku you have to stick to a certain format, but I still think that the way this is written and the way it flows is very intriguing.
I probably wouldn't have understood what the poem was about if I hadn't read the title.
| Field of Innocence chapter 1 . 7/18/2010
This almost reminds me of something I might have done when I was a child; it also reminds me of a book I read when I was younger, I only read the first part, but it was about someone who drew dots on his face with Sharpie for some reason.
going to school child'
I can almost hear the commanding tone in that line.
| Creeping Collarbones chapter 2 . 5/6/2010
That's so funny!
| n.p-simmons chapter 3 . 4/27/2010
Perfectly quaint, short and sweet... I like this series for it's honesty.
| frugale chapter 3 . 4/24/2010
Do as I say but not like I do! Haha
| frugale chapter 2 . 4/24/2010
This oh so brilliant analogy made my day :D
| frugale chapter 1 . 4/24/2010
Three letters: LOL
| Punslinger chapter 3 . 4/23/2010
That's very clever-appealing to childrens' love of playing "Let's Pretend." I think "we're" is one sylable. Maybe you should have used "we are." Why is the comma after "that"?
| Punslinger chapter 1 . 4/23/2010
Very cute. Do your children ever listen to what you say?