Description: This is part 2 ta one of my poems, her favorite toy, and you'd have to read it to understand what's going on, but mainly for those few who have read it, her best friend saved her!I would really like if you could tell me how to fix this though, it seems ..um..not quite right?..is that making sense...well anyways read, and comment(please)
Her Favorite toy part 2 -------------------------------------------
She woke up a few mornings after her attempt to play with her knife,
ashamed she failed to take her life.
She looked down at her wrist,
and began to throw a fit.
(Listen closely because here's the twist)
A boy walked into the hospital room humming but as soon as he entered the room his smile faded,
he looked at his best friend,
disappointed at the way she chose as means to an end.
Tears formed in his eyes as he looked at her and for the first time, he cried,
he cried for the thing she tried.
He cried as he remembered when he found her lying on the floor,
broken and helpless lying in front of the door.
And he asked" why".
she answered with a shaky smile,
and sat down to cry for a while.
And she answered "I had no reason to live..."
She was cut off" Yes,you had me and the friendship I offered to give."
she came to a realization,
that her best friend was a gift to civilization.
She smiled as she discovered she had something to live for....
she had a best friend,
one who rescued her from an early end.
an end to this is yes i agree in free verse and the other one too. you are better off breaking it into sections and perhaps adding some more lines to give somethings greater input and desciption. i have to admit the rhyming seemed a bit forced this time take the time to write slow and let it happen even if it takes months and months to do. i know one of my poems took a whole 6 months to write iti is shakespearian death you might like it : ) glad you finiished this one.
I still think this series of yours should be a free verse. There were a few lines that threw off the rhythm and there was a line that didn't make much sense. Also, there were a few spelling and punctuation errors. I won't revise it for you but if you skim the poem I think you'll find out what I mean. Otherwise its pretty good, but the forcing of the rhymes still seems present. -Kenji
Heh well, this is also great, I relate so well to it. ;) You are defintaly a good writer, and should keep writing. Besides the flow in the begining, there is nothing I would change, oncve again, forget about spelling. Have fun with you writing! You are one of the best that I have seen in a while.
I was really tired when i got round to this: but its definitely awesome: u had me worried about u for a bit with part one: but this part is exactly where i'm at right now: u summed it up[ perfectly: "that her best friend was a gift to civilisation" u just described the person i worte about in "freedom in trust" THanks heas 4 the great read