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by PeaceNyumbaiza



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Sun Nov 01, 2020 2:09 am
LUNARGIRL wrote a review...



Hello, LUNARGIRL here with a review!

Great job on the poem! You chose all the right words and made it sound beautiful. I loved all your similes you used. There was so much emotion, and it was such a strong poem. My favorite part was the beginning.
"I draw my strength with a broken pencil,

for nothing makes me whole like an empty page.

I search for hidden meaning between these lines,

and find her with hope at the end of each piece."

Your poem was so inspirational, and I loved every part of it.

Can't wait to read what you write next!

Carpe diem,
LUNARGIRL




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Fri Oct 30, 2020 9:23 pm
AbduBinSaj8 wrote a review...



Hello, Abdu's here for a review.

I'm not going to rate this piece. It'll put this wonderful piece of writing to shame.

I only have one word for it - FANTASTIC

Each and every word is appropriately chosen and used. I've got nothing to say about it, except that it's very well-written.

A question, though.
Is there a rule in English poetry that you have to start with a capital letter in every line?
Please let me know.

In any case, I loved the poem.




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Fri Oct 30, 2020 11:21 am
PeaceNyumbaiza says...






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Fri Oct 30, 2020 11:21 am
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I’d heard he had started a fistfight in one of the seedier local taverns because someone had insisted on saying the word “utilize” instead of “use".
— Patrick Rothfuss, A Wise Man's Fear