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7/27/2004 c1 139Raven-ember
They were all very very good! My favorite one was "Silent"! I really liked the rhyme shceme and the way it was written! I write poetry but mime are kind of lame! Well I think mine are lame! Anyways I think your poems are wonderful! And I enjoy reading them!
3/9/2004 c1 meg
those are so good! hush almost made me cry! (in addition to 'holding my own' by the darkness)
very well writeen, what a poet!
12/29/2003 c2 121Flavor of Rain
Promise the impossible and I'll believe
I like that part, I liked the poem, but I loved that part above
12/29/2003 c1 Flavor of Rain
Different but good
I liked faithless most of all
Probably cause at one time I related to it.
8/19/2003 c2 PseudoBohemian
well seeing as you seem to like my poetry, i thought i'd review yours. it's brilliant - full of descriptive language, it's really rich and beautiful. I especially like the last one - sweet as cyanide and the first one - faithless - both of them...damn!

~Dr. F
8/19/2003 c2 99underjoyed
(thanks, and sorry for hurting your brain. I won't do it again!)

Muchly...ergh...pretty, but not. Bitterly pretty, I think. I love that last stanza, and I adore the title too.

Uh...yeah. Can't say anything intelligent, sorry. Gorgeous, though.
6/22/2003 c1 underjoyed
God, your vocabulary is amazing. I'm trying to choose a favourite, but I can't...

Just for the record, as an obsessive Manics fan, I couldn't help especially noting "4 Richey" and the use of "4 real" in the first line. You maybe did that on purpose, it was maybe about a totally different Richey (the one in Happy Birthday, maybe?). I don't know. Tell me, damn you.

Also, as somebody guilty of using endearments a lot, I have to approve of your use of them. They put some sort of bittersweet tone there, or a sarcastic one at times. Like them, I do.

I love the rhyming of hate and appreciate in Second. And I like the way you have the ability to say so much in so few words.

Sell me your talent?
5/11/2003 c1 71Ilsa Immerman
Dark poems are my favorites. They're just so much more... real. These were great! Keep on writing!
3/19/2003 c1 Thadeus
I particularly enjoyed those poems in which there is a little rhyme; they held together better. The others were sometimes a little lose. I liked Find Me, and Hush was quite good. I didn't have to to read them all. *sorry*
3/17/2003 c1 3Hopes Forgotten
...Wow... Very good, well written. I like ^^
3/12/2003 c1 167Tyndall Blue
I really love this stuff too. I'm curious to know if you would mind me using some of your lyrics and poems for songs in another story I've been working on.
3/10/2003 c1 21De Miles Justus
Not too shabby, though I can tell some were written in a hurry. Omit needless words. I rather liked most of it.

Many thanks for the review, yet I beg to differ as well: Science only deals with fact. Fact alone cannot explain the human condition, nor emotions, nor why we feel in the way that we do. If science did in fact have all the answers, then there probably wouldn't be things such as divorce, single parent household, STD's or even love. And LOVE is something every person seeks to find in this world. Can you tell me where it can be found?(and please be practical and avoid the lame rebuttal of "in the opposite sex") In all honesty, you can't but help to factor God into the equation! :)

If you're interested, I encourage you to read the other essay that I wrote.
12/1/2002 c1 51indigo symphony
I like...a lot! Thanks for the review. Come back soon!
11/22/2002 c1 15Lilliana
Hey Travis, you are extremely talented. Thank you for reviewing my poem. I think my favorite was 'Shatter.' I look forward to reading more from you in the future...Lilliana

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