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Inception

by Pom


A dream,
Within a dream,
Within a dream,
 
Is a figment of your imagination,
Torn, between what is right,
Or giving in to temptation


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Wed Jul 01, 2015 9:25 pm
plathonstone says...



I loved the movie Inception! It was confusing like this poem haha. I see you have quit by the other review. But I loved the movie so had to read this poem.




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Thu Jul 04, 2013 8:46 pm
Willard wrote a review...



I never understood Inception, so I really don't understand this.
I get the
"A dream,
Within a dream,
Within a dream,"

part. Im really confused, especially the second part. To me, it just doesn't make sense. Giving into temptation is bad, I know. It could also probably be good. I really don't get this

4.7/10
I know you quit a year ago, but hey, it still is good to get reviewed. It could be 5 years ago and I would still review it.




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Sun Feb 24, 2013 10:49 pm
silentpatronus wrote a review...



I’m going to review your work! ☺

This is a short yet powerful poem! It is very good! It takes a while to digest though, can be confusing.

Or giving in to temptation

Full stop is necessary at the end.

I like how it is a one-sentence poem. It is thought provoking and effective!





I was promis'd on a time, To have a reason for my rhyme: From that time unto this season, I receiv'd nor rhyme nor reason.
— Edmund Spenser