|Reviews for no one|
| Sarah Parker chapter 1 . 1/15/2003
This is such a sad poem. The first line is my favorite, that, "Dear no one." Right now, I can entirely relate to this poem. *huge sigh* I love the use of the parenthases. It gives so much to the poem, like it's a... prayer, or a unsent letter, or a silent plea. Very sad, but beautiful. :)
| kealohikakahiaka chapter 1 . 12/5/2002
I like everything about this poem- the parenthesis, the adjectives, the form, etc. I especially like the way you used the word "never". A small detail, but nevertheless important.
| Ysabell47 chapter 1 . 9/2/2002
this is lovely... i'm one for spotting patterns when there arent any, and i love the counterpoints of 'colour...pallor' and 'perfume...moon', thought not intended to correspond they're lovely, especially the first...anyway, i ramble. its a good poem, addressing an issue very close to my heart right now: will i find the one i'm meant to be with? i would be interested to know though, why the poem is enclosed in brackets? what does this signify?
| unexpected source chapter 1 . 8/19/2002
this is one of my favourites of yours.
its stylish and cutting
and blunt, like cummings but its also romantic like
some obscure irish poet in love,
| sweetspontaneous chapter 1 . 8/13/2002
gorgeous. the rhythm in this is just right, i love it, and the last two lines... i don't know. just gorgeous.
| Newkirk's Heroes chapter 1 . 7/31/2002
This was so not dumb! I liked this a lot...especially the part about gaining a ruddy pallor. Wonderful work! So sad and bittersweet.