Reviews for The Conqueror
Adrian Laeily chapter 1 . 1/2/2012
The Basics: Correct grammar, seems to me an absence of spelling errors. Appropriate length, appealing layout

Language: No rhyming, but still a gripping rhythm, understandable yet witty metaphores, well chosen words with varied dynamics.

Message: "No, you don't touch their bodies—

you're worse. You take their hearts,

sneaking and slithering slowly

toward what you know you shouldn't have,

"

The above quote, obviously taken from your poem, decided much of the quality of the message. A majority of any literary works concerning disgraceful and false boyfriends appear to equal sexual lust with depravity, yet here we have the perfect gentleman portrayed in shady lighting. This adds a depth to the subject of false love which has remained in the dark before.

If I am to sum my review up it was a truly enjoyable and giving experience to read your poem.