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Poem TitlePoet NameCritique Given by Eddie S. IrisCritique Date
NightmareDonna Carter SolesI liked this. I thought this was cute, and as I read this, it was sort of like reliving past nightmares, just not the dream kind, the real-life kind. Awakening in the darkness - that part was really familiar to me because of the darker times I had before I got fed up with my excessive negativity and tried some pessimistic optimism, and it worked. There are times where sometimes you don't really want to accept the light, though...just that it's kind of repulsive and mocking, it being so pure and so perfect. And you, you're the disease. But it's not that bad I guess, light is shelter, light is exposure. Nothing bad...just that way for me anyway lol. Overall, I thought this was pretty good. I think though, you could add more description and use more accurate and new words to emphasize and accentuate how scary this nightmare was and really create a freaky feel to the poem and keep the reader's focus binded to each word, each sentence and each spellbinding phrase. That's it. This is only my second critique lol, I'm sorry you were my victim. Hopefully this was a good productive critique for you :) *nervous* Eddie2003-10-20 01:57:54
I Wish I Was In Love With AnnieRick BarnesAWW, all right, here's the deffective girl attempting to post a decent critique on your poem. The people here all sound like mature, intelligent adults...intimidating lol. But anyway, back to the poem, I thought this was brilliant, sweet and cute in its stark simplicity. Sort of like childhood unrequited love, except you weren't really in love. Of course there's always that underlying meaning to every phrase, that I, in my paranoia and thirst to understand, always wonder about. Maybe it's all just simple: she's cute but...you're in love with her. A lot of things. Makes my head spin [but in a good way]. Anyway, this was really cute and just...youthful because of how simple it was, yet the meaning isn't entirely plain. Or that's probably because I'm stupid. :) Nevertheless, I enjoyed this. Good piece. Thanks for introducing me to this site, Eddie Okay...I just read the Critiquer Rules and I'm scared...lol. Points of excellence: the simplicity, it was cute. Errors: None. Suggestions: ...none. I hope this place isn't too strict. At least I know I won't be posting crap like "Great piece, keep writing!". Ugh.2003-10-20 01:44:59
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