Comments : Time Stands Still {Glosa-Verse}

  • 14 years ago

    by Baby Rainbow

    I like this, its very different i dont know what its from as i hadnt heard of that but seems very good xxxx

  • 14 years ago

    by Zeus

    This poem was unique and unlike any that i have read before. I liked the whole story behind it. It was an amazing read. And the style was very new to me. Good Job. 5/5

  • 14 years ago

    by Teria

    ASGJ;LSGSHEEEEEEENA.
    It's absolutely THE BEST EVER.
    +++Favorites+++
    Dear, There's been a lot, a lot of these put up lately but none NONE, I mean NONE compare to this poem.
    it's absouletly wonderful.
    It actually has emotion, not forced emotion.
    And, it's not dull nor is the word choice limited.

    GoodnessGracious.
    I wish I could give you like a 101 on this. :]
    I can't though... ;[
    So, 5/5 will do.
    CrazyGoNuts. :]

  • 14 years ago

    by aDORKable x3

    CrazyGoNuts! =]]
    Sheena, this was a very interesting poem. The style is new to me, but it seems that you did this flawlessly. You tied the cabeza into the poem very well. All in all, it was a very nice piece and a challenging style that you pulled off. =D

    <33
    Ciao

  • 14 years ago

    by Fsams

    This is another beautiful and mournful poem from you. Well adhered to the rule and I like how you have put the words. Lexically and poetically strong. TC

  • 14 years ago

    by Auspicious76

    This is a very good poem. Your descriptives are wonderful, imagery is great, and the poem flows well. Your syllable count some times stumbles, but even with that, over all, it is very well put together. :-D

  • 14 years ago

    by Auspicious76

    This is a very good poem. Your descriptives are wonderful, imagery is great, and the poem flows well. Your syllable count some times stumbles, but even with that, over all, it is very well put together. :-D

  • 14 years ago

    by greggallo

    Wow, great poem, i loved the repeatetive wind drying the tears part, made it very dramatic and brought out much more emotion then most poets woudl have gotten out of it, well all i can really say is i loved it completely worth a 5 no doubt

  • 14 years ago

    by .K.i.T.t.Y.

    Number one.

    http://search.yahoo.com/search;_ylt=A0geu6uskK9GCQYA.IBXNyoA?p=glosa+verse+poem&fr=yfp-t-460

  • 14 years ago

    by Debbie

    Sheena,
    This was a stunning, poetical success. I admired you for writing this Glosa-Verse spectacularly well. Unlike other Glosa-Verse's I found on this site, this was the only one which never failed to capture my interest and heart as well. I liked the slightly plaintive ambiance of the poem and tone of voice. It simply enhanced the portrayal of the subject's demise through suicide, I suppose. I further took the wind as a metaphor for spiritual forces, so to speak; which obliged the subject to consider certain life-changing decisions. As always, there's a tale behind this tale. Perhaps it's just me though, but, hey, who knows? =] Keep on writing what you feel and like. I hope you all the best and take care!

    5/5

    Marian

  • 14 years ago

    by Rose not your average

    This is a diffrent type of poem! but it was written very well. your a very talented writer! 5/5

  • 14 years ago

    by cory

    Wow great job i think u would like some of my poems.5/5. u rock

  • 14 years ago

    by Hillstar123

    I really like your styles of writing.

  • 14 years ago

    by Independence Forever

    I see you use a lot of vivid imagery such as cold streets, very good write. good format

    your servant:
    atticus

  • 14 years ago

    by Lauren Waszkiewicz

    Really great imagery and overall just a great poem!

    I really liked the format you used. and i thought you incorporated the Rammstein song lyrics in very well.

    I also liked the subtle repetition of the one line and how it moved around in stanzas:
    [The autumn wind wipes your tears from your face]

    I love the personification you used for the wind! it was very realistic in a fantasy-like way.

    this poem was very vivid, and made me shiver while i had imagined it.

    i really loved the ending!

    Wow.. i cannot form anything negative about this poem. Darn optimistic thoguhts!

    Great job! =]

    xx:Lauren