Comments : Set Fire to the Rain (glosa versa)

  • 7 years ago

    by Meme


    Love that song, and now I am just in love with this piece as well! Woooooow Larry, you are a miracle worker. This form has always intimidated me but you make it feel so effortless.

    Epic as always :)

  • 7 years ago

    by Decayed

    Just... WOW.
    I'm sorry for this pish posh comment. But I just love Adele. I wish I could meet her someday. This brought a new soul to the song. Double applause for restricting it in a form. You made an awesome job!

  • 7 years ago

    by Tara Kay

    Forms are such that you are restricted in how you set out a piece but I can see that your talent is in form writing, you always manage to stop my heart with your writes,

    You took a song that as so much emotion and depth and then wrote a poem that literally complemented that, I could really loose myself within your lines...such beauty and power in what is such a difficult form to pull off.

    I don't get why I am always so surprised with your talent, I know it's there, I just get lost in the whole write.

  • 7 years ago

    by MyHalozChokinMe

    I'm at a loss trying to find the words to praise this piece.

    I just...



    Not a great review, I know, but I am blown away by this.

  • WOW! << No exaggeration.

    I'm left completely speechless and in utter awe of this piece.

    I will agree with Tara, forms can often leave a writer restricted and the poem often reads that way too - but my god, this did not seem restricted at all.

    RHYME - flawless in sound and syllable count alike.

    FLOW - from beginning to end, it was faultless.

    EMOTION - perhaps you drew on emotion from the song, for the piece, I don't know, but the emotional expression was strong throughout.

    WORD CHOICE/ARRANGEMENT - to my mind, there was not another set of words that could have been more fitting for the piece, nor words arranged more suitably for the content.

    Hats off to you good sir. 5/5

  • 7 years ago

    by Autuumnbree

    This is simply faultless I love the rhyming scheme as well as the usage of Adele's song as the theme. Simply beautiful