Oh wow. Yes, Kera, definitely a female Eminem. You told me to read some of your other pieces to see if I still thought that, and I do. I wonder if you've heard "The Way I Am" when he says: "When a dude's gettin bullied and shoots up his school/And they blame it on Marilyn/And the heroine; where was the parents at?/Middle America; NOW it's a tragedy/NOW it's so sad to see/In an upper class city." This piece reminded me of that. I really liked this Kera. It needs to be read by more people, particularly those who have the power to stop teens from being tormented but ignorantly turn the other cheek. I'm adding it to my favorites. Thank you so much for writing this.
i felt a sort of chill go down my spine while reading this. It has a calm, eerie sense to it. I like it though. The last part especially had a freaky sound to it. The slight repetition goes really well with the rest. And I just think you did a great job on this. Keep it up, alright?
wow, there is a strong sense of hate and anger in this peice, i like it because it shows exactly what some of todays youth is doing, i like your use of words and the way in which you painted the picture
that was disturbing to say the least. This is something out of a punk song. And as fukced as that may be, people would listen and abide by this poem... I dont know if that is a good thing, but it definetly makes it good literature...