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ah2981's Avatar
Posted by: ah2981
2013-02-04 07:50:07
now im scared to say anything bad ^.^
Overall:
95
 
 
 
 
 
holy shit that was great! i was entertained and laughing my ass off the whole time. YOU ARE MY GOD! i love your writing and its always so out there and differant its great!
but of course if you have read all of my other comments on your stuff you should know by now i never give out a 100 for it can always be better. I loved it and it flowed allmost perfectly there was only a few bumps thta i felt like it didnt work well together and went back and read it and figured out it made sence. maybe thats my fault and i was just having a few blonde moments but maybe not. keep writing, please!Very Happy
Sistine's Avatar
Posted by: Sistine
2008-05-19 17:09:28
Take A Bow, Ya Prick
Overall:
92
 
 
 
 
 
It had a style, in a sense, but it wasn't much more than, "Hey, I'm a big asshole!" Still, it was a fun poem that made me laugh. Still, it seemed to get confused aound the middle. The ending was nice, though.
Pale Moon's Avatar
Posted by: Pale Moon
2007-12-26 17:42:53
The Prickanator
Overall:
94
 
 
 
 
 
Great poem, lots of fun. I know people like that. Got a tiny bit lost here and there and could use a wee tidying but otherwise very entertaining, and I like to be entertained. The colloquialisms are also very enlightening.
Deathcon's Avatar
Posted by: Deathcon
2007-07-07 22:21:26
Interesting
Overall:
87
 
 
 
 
 
I loved the beginning to be honest, it was very fresh and original. As the poem went on though it became very monotonous and predictable. Also, towards the middle it became very literal, and lost some of it's charm, but it had character enough to make up for it. I liked it, I get what you're aiming at, I would probably work on the style some more. Take out what's not needed to make sure the affect and meaning of the poem isn't lessened by too many words. Overall it's very foxy Smile
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