|Reviews for We Fear The Tomorrow|
| philosophythemes chapter 1 . 4/28
This poem is foreboding in a way that needs to be foreboded. Very solemn.
Strictly speaking, it's not a sonnet. Sonnets have consistent meter. Good rhyme scheme, though.
Less strictly speaking, it's still not a sonnet. Thematically, they're supposed to have a positive turnaround at the end.
Not a bad poem, just not a sonnet. The important emphasis in this poem is that all the terror is self-imposed.
| Guest chapter 1 . 2/25
Maybe employ some similarity in your syllable count per line?It flows better when that happens
Personally I prefer BCBC not BCCB which you have used however they both work :)
sorry about all the criticism, it was a lovely poem you're obviously good so