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6/9/2009 c3 1Forever or Never
Wow, these are fitting really well, I will read your other collections, i hope they have cool conections like this one does, but if they don't i will still see if i can find one.
5/29/2009 c2 Forever or Never
I can see how these poems are connected, I can kind of see a story, maybe a forbidden romance about someone who maybe loves the person too much, and gets betrayed by that lover or something like that. This even sounds like it is in the point of view of both the betrayer and the lover,

the betrayer 'I am sick of hiding in this life'

'i am sick of fighting this stupid lie'

'i shall tell someone, I will tell someone'

The Lover: 'you are wearing the clothes I like'

'There is not distance between us'

'Sadly you have to pretend'

They sound like the kind of quotes coming from each of these people, but thats just what I think. Also these two poems will be favorited and I might look at your other stuff.
5/29/2009 c1 Forever or Never
Wow I really like this first poem, so I shall read the other poem, if i like it you might just get favourited.
5/28/2009 c2 10LeLa London
Loved the details in this one. It's even more desperate and conflict centered. I like the fact that you used the word 'dint.' I'm not familiar with the word and had to look it up so that's a new word added to my memory.
5/28/2009 c1 LeLa London
I enjoyed the poem. Simple and need filled. I have small question. Is the poem supposed read 'yet we trapped in this lie' or 'yet we are trapped in this lie'?

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