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    Mood: Frustrated, but smiling anyways.
    So, everything was deleted. And sure, I am pretty upset about it. But, there isn't much I can do right. I managed to recover about three of them. But it's really nothing compared to what I lost. There isn't really a way to replace them. Considering, I didn't do anything to whoever deleted them. I digress, it doesn't matter. I can always write something else, right? Exactly. I rather smile. As much as I would like to think at getting back at this person, there isn't much point. Even if I had the means to, I still wouldn't. It wouldn't replace the words. It probably wouldn't even make me feel any better. I just need to put up, and take something positive from the situation right?

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    Confessional poetry has few torch bearers. It's ussually scoffed at, so whilst on the one hand there are a lot of people who can relate to emotions and write about them, it's ussually this style of writing that will hold a writer back, a reluctance to write about the world because they are too concerned with themselves. That's fine of course, at times I think I write morbid poetry to describe how I feel. But rellevant poetry goes to a much deeper level. Sylvia Plath, have you read Sylvia Plath? She is one of the exceptions that prove ther rule. But it's not that you can't write about yourself, just that if you do, one should be able to read it and say with without hesitating: yes, that is exactly how it is!. There is no begging to differ with a good poem.
    | Posted on 2009-09-06 07:39:49 | by Raphael - [ Reply to This ] -
    Thank you for your indepth comments and critique of my Damaged Goods. Your comments show you read it and picked up pretty much what I was venting through.
    Thank you,
    | Posted on 2007-10-28 22:33:38 | by ravenwolf68 - [ Reply to This ] -
    crap! i feel kinda bad now. like you read into 'married' more than i put in it. then again, what's important is what it meant to you, and that you liked it enough to give feedback. not whatever i had in my mind writing it. (thats why i try not to explain writings). anyway, you subconsciously revealed the true meaning of art. thank you so much for the comment! and your quote made me laugh.
    | Posted on 2007-08-06 10:37:19 | by freddybuzzkill - [ Reply to This ] -
    Thanks Karios! I guess the reason predator picked that particular prey was because she was vulnerable, and his keen animal instincts picked me out. But strength hides in me somewhere and that's why in the end, there was a survival of some kind.

    You're right, that is what predators do, and I watched from the sidelines as he moved on to the next one...ones...as long as I could stand before I had to make changes so that our lives were no longer intertwined.

    Thanks so much for taking the time to read and review my piece.

    | Posted on 2007-08-05 15:09:11 | by Lisa Milligan - [ Reply to This ] -
    You're welcome.
    | Posted on 2007-07-28 00:50:30 | by Lacrimosa - [ Reply to This ] -
    Hey, thanks for commenting on my poem. Okay, I don't mind that your nosey, and I will explain it to you. I did love this guy, but the guy who wrote the poem for me has been in love with me for 3 1/2 years. IDK, it's weird. But, anyways... thanks.
    | Posted on 2007-07-25 17:56:24 | by bubble_popper15 - [ Reply to This ] -

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