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7/5/2008 c1 197the Stranger in the moonlight
The tragedy of this poem rings quietly and then louder as it goes on. I liked the simplicity of the rhyming xombined with the complexity of the words.

~the Stranger in the moonlight
3/28/2008 c1 14Indred Dragon
2/6/2008 c1 3torn pieces
I remembered someone when I saw the name "Chris", anyway, nice poem, deep choice of words and that made the poem more lovely.
2/4/2008 c1 1nottoknow

you didn't even read over this did you?

i'm getting the feeling that you just sat down one day and wrote

and that makes the best type of work. not even thinking about it, just writing

i love it, its excellentXD
1/29/2008 c1 43lookin4nemo
oh this is one of the best you have written! i absolutly love it!
1/28/2008 c1 612simpleplan13
the word choice in this is really wonderful..it shows how powerful the obsession is... all the imagery is very powerful and the whole piece is just amazing...
1/28/2008 c1 82Billie.Joelle
again, very good. keep writing!
1/28/2008 c1 76Kaia Zeffirelli
This is, as always, absolutely amazing! I love it, I can relate to it, it's perfect. Great job! =)

1/28/2008 c1 829Anaare
First of all, many thanks for the review. Greatly appreciated.

I found this an enjoyable poem to read, strongly written. The wording is good and it has keen imagery. I don't believe I've ever heard of "double helix my disease" and it makes for a very interesting image. A good piece of poetry that captures the essence of its title. Well done.
1/28/2008 c1 1Ecomsay
That is beautiful
1/28/2008 c1 95XxXKristie MarieXxX
I loved this. Great choice of words!

Kristie Marie
1/27/2008 c1 37La Vida
It's nice because a majority of us can relate. "To double helix my disease I feel comfort" gives a nice mental image.

Thanks for sharing,

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