|Reviews for Porcelain Doll|
| R.C. Wulfe chapter 1 . 2/16
Oh, wow, this invoked feeling and strong imagery. I even felt saddened for the 'set aside' doll. I love the premise of a poem exploring what becomes of toys who have been outgrown or roughly-used.
| Woedin chapter 1 . 2/13
I'd weep for any that were broken, and left forgotten, isn't that in itself the heartbreaking metaphor of reality and what your poem eludes to? That truly far to many suffer, and endure just such neglect in an ever more callus world. Truly some are so superficial now, and miss the beauty of what is inside the heart. All of the wisdom of a blessed long life gets lost upon the young. It seems they've little, or no interest, or time to learn something profound. So truly it's sad because they don't even realize what's being lost to them. I guess that's why we write what we can, it's our message in a bottle, cast to float on the sea of time itself. "nice"
| Sir Scott chapter 1 . 1/21
Quite a sad poem. I feel sorry for all her toys.
| cassi crysta chapter 1 . 1/21
unusual but i like it. nice rhyming.