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  • Reviews » Poetry » Fantasy, General
    if the universe was a girl

    Absolutely love this. Especially the very last sentence - that was a great twist at the end there. Gave me a laugh. I do think the meter in this poem ...

    AmadeusW - 15 minutes ago

  • Reviews » Short Story » Realistic, Narrative
    Out on The River

    This is a very nice story! I love the detail you put into it. One sentence that didn't quite feel right was the one "Her towel under her, [...] down ...

    AmadeusW - 40 minutes ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Other, Other
    The Rabbit

    What a fun little poem! I enjoyed reading it. It reminded me a little of Velveteen Rabbit and Toy Story. I think the last line was one syllable too long, ...

    AmadeusW - 1 hour ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Realistic, Other
    Encroaching Death

    That was amazing and well written! Now on to the review... "The creaking of the steps the coldness in the air a grim forewarning" - It needs commas. Try "The ...

    AmadeusW - 6 hours ago

  • Reviews » Other » Realistic, Romantic
    The Unfinished Diary of TBJ (Part 2)

    Hey! Been busy, but I finally got to reading this! This is quite the monologue. This and part one together make the perfect diary of a confused, emotionally broken person ...

    AmadeusW - 8 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » General, General
    run run rfid

    Good job! First two lines I think are the strongest and most well-written of the piece. The third line of the first stanza might need a little tweaking to help ...

    AmadeusW - 8 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » General, General
    In Dreams We Wander

    I love this! I love the way you take the reader on a journey in the poem. It is really well written. There are a few points that are small ...

    AmadeusW - 9 hours ago

  • Reviews » Short Story » Fantasy, General
    The Dragons Tear

    The missing apostrophe in the title was fairly intriguing - I was thinking perhaps this was a poem about how multiple dragons came together and formed one tear - I ...

    metrophobia - 9 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Romantic, Romantic
    Piano to Pianist... Another inanimate given life.

    It might just be me, but the "I'm in love with an inanimate object" poem style always makes me a wee bit uncomfortable - that being said, you do a ...

    alliyah - 10 hours ago

  • Reviews » Short Story » Humor, General
    Forest Friend

    Hey there, CorruptedArrow! :D I like the picture painted with this story: two friends going on a camp trip. I love camping, so reading about these girls driving off into ...

    rosette - 11 hours ago

  • Reviews » Short Story » Fantasy, General
    The Dragons Tear

    Hey, Horison! I like the story! It was touching how she wanted to protect the egg, something beautiful and natural, and yet so dangerous. I like the way she found ...

    SubSubLibrarian - 12 hours ago

  • Reviews » Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, General
    A Pocketful of Posies - Chapter 13.2

    Hey Pan! I'm back to (hopefully) finish catching up with these! Ah, it was so good to hear Dante's voice again. :D I agree with Blue that I'm not sure ...

    Mea - 12 hours ago

  • Reviews » Novel / Chapter » Horror, Mystery / Suspense
    The Silver Cross Chapter One; Dark Shadows: The Demon

    Hi! I'm sorry for not reviewing this sooner, but it's just been a really busy week. I can do about 2-3 reviews per day, but today I started kind of ...

    JulietWrites - 12 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Romantic, Fantasy
    As Much as Night Follows Daylight

    Write a poetry review where you use three different poetic devices to structure your review topics. Hello there Lightsong! Popping by to give you a review and boot you out ...

    concord - 13 hours ago

  • Reviews » Novel / Chapter » General, Realistic
    The Story of all time

    Hello there, thought I would pop by and give you a review on this work of yours. Starting off, I think that this is an interesting idea, especially in the ...

    concord - 18 hours ago

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