Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Broken Promise Comments

Rating: 2.8
And yet lived
And yet i ate


wardha jawdat
Yaseen Anwer 10 October 2008
Very powerful stroke by pen deserve 10 on 10 keep going........
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Arwen Lee CW 21 September 2008
When it's broken, just sweep the pieces away and bury the past-march towards a brighter future... never fear of the moment of darkness before the arrival of dawn. :)
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Ashraful Musaddeq 07 September 2008
Small and beautiful composition.
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Tanya Stanford 31 August 2008
Very impactful simplicity. Very dramatic despite so short. Excellent use of words
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James Timothy Jarrett 07 August 2008
Short and condensed yet very powerful.. The condensing of the wording actually makes the idea stand out from the language.
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, aryaindia 25 July 2008
Though very short and subtle, this poem wrenches out the soul of the reader wholesomely, for, it contains the basic nature of man, going on in spite of odds. Thanks for sharing. arya
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Ivor Hogg 22 July 2008
brief almost curt in its delivery bu the message is very clear
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Waqas Naeem 04 July 2008
amazing lines...the pain of this broken promise is immense and visible in your verse...
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some funerals are situated in winding alleys of blood where earth never dries and incense burns forever life somehow finds its flow around such protrusions
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