Wow, this was a really gripping poem. It was kinda heart-rending to me for some reason. Very emotional, but indiferent at the same time.
The very first line drags you in and with each word it pulls you in even further, sucking you into its gripping depths. Question, what exactly does the last line mean?!?!? Think of me as stupid or whatever for not knowing what it means, but, hey, I like finding out more about others poetry.
Damn good write, gonna read a few more of yours, oh, hey, could you do me a favor if you want, comment on my poem "My Personal Columbine". That's only if you want to though, I'm not gonna push it.
wow! bloomin wow! what a unique view! Your use of imagery is amzing! it really drew me in so i could almost see the scene! What a powerful tool...or weapon! lol, my fave line was "Where only your conscience will haunt you" just loved it!
i like that its from the point of view of the hanged man...its important to change views around in different pieces. as for grammer and such.. you might want to change loosed to lost and hangd to hung in soem of the lines, other then that its and amazing piece. ~lauren