Comments : Bitter Nostalgia

  • 15 years ago

    by AlaSkA

    Downrating is fun.. ):
    i dont do that to you folks.

  • 15 years ago

    by isabel

    Why down-rate if there's always up-rate?
    wonderful poem...

  • 15 years ago

    by Goran Rahim

    Hey Tom,
    this one was a great poem so dont be disappointed by those who dont know the value of a great poem.
    i really like this poem, written perfectly.
    keep it up.

  • 15 years ago

    by ImNotPerfect20

    This is an awsome poem.. why down rate it? i dont dont to that to people either. but i have a feeling some do it to me.. although i dont think my poems are that great.. anyway.. this is awsome lots of emotion.. and flow was great! 5/5

  • 15 years ago

    by Robert

    This was quite odd. The rythming was great the use of your words was done well but the piece seemed to jump subject mid stream and it really did not do the poem as a whole too much justice. I think ig you stayed with one constistant thought your work would shine more. Plot121

  • 15 years ago

    by xxSnow Angelxx

    Hey!...y downrate??........the poem is just great!'s beautifully penned n it flowed well..Perfect write!
    an easy 5/5..
    xx Pooja xx

  • 15 years ago

    by Ashleigh Skye

    Wow this poem was amazing.. you have such a tallent of saying so much while using so little words.. You are definatly my new favorite poet in this site... take care and continure writing, I always look forward to reading more of your work.

  • 15 years ago

    by Vanessa

    That was amazing. the words were so describtivly beatuiful, and the meaning behind the poem was amazing. the emtions were deep and clear, and I loved the format. Excellent job. kepp up the good work.

  • 15 years ago

    by Jenni Marie

    This was so beautifully written! So sad and yet such a pleasure to read.
    The imagery created vivid pictures, the flow was flawless throughout and the opening really pulled me in, and from there it just kept getting better and better.
    The ending was beautiful.

  • 15 years ago

    by Black Princess

    Nice poem :) well done i really enjoyed it. Deep and meaningful is always good and you had that very well covered, had me hooked. Thanks for sharing.

  • 15 years ago

    by Stephanie Naylor

    I love it, its kind of dark and it would make great lyrics to a rock song, anyways great job, 5/5

  • This is ok but the flow and transion could have been better. overall 5/5. great work you have a great gift for poetry

  • 15 years ago

    by Melpomene

    This poem was quite unique the style was interesting but one thing i cannot get over is your vocab, It was purely stunning and showed great emotions, depth and power throughout each one of them. The whole poem was flawless and is definitly a 5/5 from me~mel

  • 15 years ago

    by xTheEcstasyOfSuicidex

    You're more of a story prose instead of poem writter, but damn, I loved it.

    You had me captured from the beginning until the end, and I'm really pick, so that's hard to do. Be proud.

    Nicely, nicely done. Kudos.

    xTheEcstasyofSuicidex 5.5

  • 15 years ago

    by Startle Me

    This reminds me of terminator.
    (Man on a mission)
    But then this person is a drunk
    Looking for something
    I supposed we're all fools here.
    It's funny how you said that.
    It kind of made me realize
    That people don't look in the mirror.
    He calls everyone a fool.
    But he doesn't realize he's the biggest one of all.
    I give this, my dear, a 5/5 :]

  • 15 years ago

    by Cella Bella

    I love when I go to read someone's poem and it's like nothing I've read before. On the originality I'd give a 5/5 alone, but it's also very well penned. I actually enjoyed reading this one. Thanks for sharing. 5/5


  • 15 years ago

    by Fsams

    Greeat, the thing that most attracted me is the beautiful vocabulary used. The flow is good and meanings great. 5/5 from me. Keep up the spirit

  • 14 years ago

    by Samantha

    With this one, I like the imagery, but I think you have a typo...should it be "we're" instead of "were" in the last line of the first stanza?

    This poem definitely does not feel melancholy to me, more like abandoned carnival ground at midnight...Like I said I like your imagery, it is very invoking, but I wouldn't mind if you explained things to me a bit. :)