Reviewer: JusticeForMedea
Date: 12/09/06 21:30
Chapter: On The Rise And Fall Of Kingdoms

Very interesting... I like how you used broken lines and a lack of rhyme scheme (unless I missed it?) It'a not something many do, I've tried it myself but can never come out with a truly satisfactory poem.

Your words, although not poetic in the traditional ABAB sense, touched very deep. By refusing to give it rhyme and meter you shifted the focus to the words themselves. Genius.

-Ananya

Reviewer: shadows_in_fire
Date: 07/21/06 16:15
Chapter: On The Rise And Fall Of Kingdoms

*is gobsmacked.* Amazing. Truly amazing. I have tried writing in this sort of style, but haven't succeeded. Any tips?

Reviewer: WunderWitch
Date: 07/20/06 22:36
Chapter: On The Rise And Fall Of Kingdoms

This is really good! Once again, keep writing poetry.

Reviewer: MithrilQuill
Date: 05/23/06 13:37
Chapter: On The Rise And Fall Of Kingdoms

I've been dying to review this poem for ages...*sighs contentedly*...it was nothing short of amazing. It's sort of strange for me to like non-rhymin poetry, but that was the last thing on my mind when I read it...as always with your work it wsas meant to be read aloud, it had such a nice (poetic) ring to it. You did a really nice job with the flow.



What I liked most, though, was that I could actually feel the loss of the brothers' broken bonds while I was reading- had a lump in my throat especially at the 'painted a little differently' part...and I probably will still have one in my throat everytime I re-read it. In short, thank you for this great poem and keep writing...=)

Reviewer: Periwinkle
Date: 04/25/06 22:04
Chapter: On The Rise And Fall Of Kingdoms

This is a very interesting style you have it in. It's refreshing and unique, an added bonus to the poem.
What I like in this poem is the vivid imagery. You captured the emotion that you wanted to convey quite well. This is a very thoughtful poem. It has many results, or outcomes, I believe, because you don't really mention the exact, specific subjects of this poem.
You use complex, large words which make the reader stop and think. They have to read the poem slowly, in order to find the meaning of it.

Fantastic job!

Reviewer: Just Tink
Date: 04/25/06 19:38
Chapter: On The Rise And Fall Of Kingdoms

Wow. This was one of the best poems I've ever read. It made me cry. So.... well, 'wow' basically sums this up.

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