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ah2981's Avatar
Posted by: ah2981
2013-02-04 07:55:10
Only a little review
Overall:
90
 
 
 
 
 
i thought it was good, a little short and spread out for my taste but definatly not bad. i mostly liked the style though not alwasy liked the phrases you used but overall well done, keep writing Smile
(one more thing, before you post things online i think you shouldent post your name inless your writing under a fake name, theres alot of good people on here but anyone can get on and see that and there is some creeps. and i really did like the poem)
LazyPint's Avatar
Posted by: LazyPint
2008-02-19 14:46:49
Chilling
Overall:
92
 
 
 
 
 
As corny as it sounds, I did actually shiver as I read this. The structure is superb, the imagery beautifully terrifying.

I'm not a huge poetry fan, but this is just sublime.
siegeflare's Avatar
Posted by: siegeflare
2007-12-19 15:55:00
great
Overall:
90
 
 
 
 
 
it truely was encompassing all of my mind when i read it and it seemed like it really got where you were going with it.
Michael Danton's Avatar
Posted by: Michael Danton
2007-07-19 00:30:21
At the bottom of the bottle.
Overall:
91
 
 
 
 
 
Maggie,

Whenever I write a perspective, there are a great many things that need to be considered before I can gain a hollistic view on each work. This one is somewhat unique as I haven't as yet written a review on prosaic poetry such as this.

The intention of such poetry is to convey an emotion rather than literal description and in this work I think you've done exactly that.

This piece is a vivid description of one's journey into the afterlife, not so much as blatantly described but more alluded to in subtle connotation that sparks the imagination and paints a lavish picture so bleak that it cannot be explained in words, so much as hinted at and generated by ones own personal experience. In this case, your own darkest fears.

There was one point in the poem where you reused the same line and I thought that detracted from the overall effect; but other than that, personally I thought this poem was just excellent and you should be congratulated, not castigated as was the case.

Very well done and I hope to see more from you in the future.

M.
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