Sunday, April 30, 2006

And We Were Healed Comments

Rating: 5.0
We waited to be saved
and made sure
that every living thing
we came across


Charles Lara
Wow, thats' really a awh-inspring poem I so agree with everything, you said...
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Eden Williams 12 September 2008
I am sorry but this is a awful poem. It is so mean! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! 1
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Kalan Rider 26 July 2008
it was sweet and onest i beleve that death is a moster but if thars one thing rong its that death is never on vk.
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Kalan Rider 26 July 2008
it was sweet and onest i belev that deathis a moster but if thars one thing rong its that death is never on vk.
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Carrie Sprouse 12 July 2008
Sweet poem, strange name but i works
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Samantha Fields 08 June 2008
ok this is kind of emo it has something to do with death but nothing to do with a brother
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Aisha Love 19 April 2008
i love your use of personification
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John Tiong Chunghoo 04 April 2008
a great topic but not exploited fully for it to really shine charles.
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Black Maverick 24 March 2008
this poem is so deep and though it speaks of death it's filled with so much life
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Atorius Jones 29 January 2008
*Death is a sweet symphony when it ‘s right* I think those are my favorite lines.. It makes you stop and really wonder when is death right? When you've lived a long life? What if it's a horrible...wouldn't death be right at an early stage in order to take you away from the pain...or if you're a small child with an illness that no one could cure...would death be right then? If you're 90 years old and you're lived your life to the fullest, is death right then? That's why I love those lines...It really makes you think. There is no right or wrong answer
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Terrin Fuller 27 January 2008
this is an intense poem....very nice means so much
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Isabel Avalos 17 January 2008
you poem is really good. i understand what you saying.
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Cassidy Gerrard 27 November 2007
death is good with cheeze mmmmmm
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Amanda Ngcobo 21 November 2007
I fully understand what the poet is trying to convey. We should see death as an apostrophe that never negotiates with any one, no matter how much you want to avoid it, we all have to die some day.
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Desi Bishop 10 October 2007
interesting writing style. i didn't quite catch it, but to each his own. i thought the message was well sent, though.
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Kat , sorrow 10 May 2007
it a good poem i like it alot you put alot into it love Kat
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Josie Brooks 02 May 2007
this is so beautiful, i absolutely love it.
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Tahnee ? ? ? 09 January 2007
i understood most of the poem, but found some problems with certain parts. all in all i thought it was an awesome read.
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Joyce Chelmo 30 April 2006
Interresting tribute to your brother.. I lost my sister too. 'Death has no direction' my sister commited suicide.. nothing is more tragic than an early death. You expressed it well. Joyce
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