|Reviews for Pierce The Black With Technicolor|
| premierexecutor chapter 1 . 3/31/2013
Nice, captivating and extravagant detail. Excellent work.
| BowSilent chapter 1 . 3/31/2013
This reminds me of something my science teacher told me: that when we die, we will dissolve and become part of everything, (change matter as it were) and that in 100 years everyone you know will be dead. This is a poignant, intriguing work which subtly raises the issue of faith and life after death. It isn't a panicky rant about fearing death, but rather accepts and tastefully glamourises it. The fact that this poem doesn't rhyme is a wise choice and greatly enhances its appeal to me. :)
| Mylilblackpen chapter 1 . 3/6/2013
Oh my God. This is stunning and can I just say that that title is a work of pure genius! I loved the semantic field and/or extended metaphor of a dying star which you presented so intelligently it has just left me in awe. You make dying seem so poetic, so phenomenal, that it makes death seem left foreboding. I like this positive approach to death because it makes it less of a taboo subject. Great poem, which has has left an impact on me and left me in awe of you.
| Onearmwonder21 chapter 1 . 2/25/2013
very beutiful poetry here.