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6/26/2003 c1 210Kelpylion
You've really said something here, in a new and interesting way-excellent piece.
2/7/2003 c1 37wingless
this is really good. i liek how the smiles are described as having watts. its an interesting message and powerful at getting it across
2/2/2003 c1 100broken wings241
Hmmm, I agree and I don't agree. The streets are the streets and always have been... maybe, maybe not. Times change, but people don't... maybe, maybe not. I don't know a whole lot, but I do know that I can't say a whole lot about "normal" teenagers today, I'm not one. And I certainly don't know about normality 20 years ago. So maybe the streets are always the streets, maybe they do change.
1/23/2003 c1 1alex4
grim and poignant

12/30/2002 c1 12Spanish Amor
beautifully written and very true!

i like it!
11/5/2002 c1 7mystic words
great poem, i love the wording and the imagery...it does make me, a young person, think twice of the old. Never stop writing...your good
10/30/2002 c1 4Hibiscus
Excellent, raw visuals. Very real. Wonderful use of "la-dy" and "hair-y" to bring home the age difference. Or is it age? Keep writing!
10/25/2002 c1 9Kephnos-Anagennao
rather vivid imagery, nice use of public symbolism. reminds me of an e. e. cummings poem, "old man sticks".

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