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10/28/2008 c1 7Teufel66
your stories make me so smiley :)

Remember me? Haha, I haven't been on this sight for so long. I decided to give writing a try again...I see there are so many changes to the site! Gotta get used to it! And had no idea you were from Australia...how awesome is that! :)
5/15/2008 c1 WormsofCharacter
Thanks for the review! I love this piece of yours! I'm a fan of alliteration, but it can be tough to use a literary device and still get your meaning across properly. You pulled it off so well. I love it. It reminds me of what I want my writing to be, lol.
4/25/2008 c1 56felicia13
Made me smile. It's a lovely little thing of alliteration and s-snake-yness. ^^ Simple and to the point.

The last stanza is my favorite. Very... skeptical. ^^

I wish I could just read you guys and be done with it. Unfortunately, my English teacher doesn't feel the same way... the poetry unit sucks.

4/23/2008 c1 37PoisndNarcissus
Word. The "bile/smile" usage ended it really nice.
4/4/2008 c1 33WyrdWolf
The repetitive 's' sounds in this are totally awesome; I read it aloud around three times because the sound was so intriguing, and it really added to the poem's tone, which I thought to be kind of...shifty. The 'S-s-s' parts-were they meant to be drawn out (s...) or stuttered?

3/26/2008 c1 1Spirit Tigress
At first I thought of a snake, but as I finished I linked it to fake smiles as the title suggests. I hate people like that; but I like this poem.
3/26/2008 c1 92randompoetry
VERY creative. I loved it.
3/26/2008 c1 30shutitoff
This is wonderful. Was the rhyming of "bile" and "smile" intentional? It works to your advantage.

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