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Drove Insane

by yourlocalsatanist


A boy who used to be so kind 

started to only write his feelings 

in mainly rhymes 

cases of poems 

from a boy gone mad 

trying to get his mind

off of the past 


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Sat Apr 13, 2024 3:07 pm
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Lolita18 wrote a review...



Hi!! lolita18 here, sneaked in for a quick review.
so i won't say, i understand your feelings because that is not possible.
Nobody can "understand" you COMPLETELY.
But it is relatable to so many levels. i think this poem expresses that phase when you have nobody to tell your opinions and then you find a solitude in writing.

this feeling is expressed so beautifully through this piece.

i loved it.




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Fri Apr 12, 2024 5:43 am
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Hi yourlocalsatanist!
Rida here for a review!

I’m a sucker for short poems, because I think anyone who can express emotions in a few lines is a Poetic God, you know?
I think this poem is a very good example of that! I loved the way it expresses a story- that’s a very interesting tactic in poetry!
Moreover, it reads very much like a light, almost nursery-rhyme-ish poem, which works very well for the current theme of the poem!
It’s simple, efficient, and very cool! Keep writing, and have fun!

Yours truly,
Rida




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Thu Apr 11, 2024 2:44 pm
nxyyaro says...



very relateable, maxy waxy poo its good to write your feelings to cope instead of other ways, good job!





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