Lit CY #2 - Fear: Results & voting!

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Re: Lit CY #2 - Fear

Postby Garethcool » Mon May 23, 2011 10:12 am

Dreams and Music

I think the time is fine.
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Re: Lit CY #2 - Fear

Postby Iris » Mon May 23, 2011 10:37 am

I think I'm going to suggest the themes of Love and Regret.

I haven't written a love poem in ages.
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Re: Lit CY #2 - Fear

Postby Doctress Who » Mon May 23, 2011 11:02 am

I think the time is fine too - I was just really busy these past two weeks and didn't get the chance to write for this.

And I suggest 'Discovery' and 'Conflict' as two possible themes.
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Re: Lit CY #2 - Fear: Results & voting!

Postby Elend-X » Fri May 27, 2011 4:03 pm

I just read the entries and I have to admit that I agree and disagree with some of them topic wise. I won't even try to criticize because simply I don't believe I am competent enough for that. I love sam's take on death, because from my point of view that is what it talks about, co-existing with death. Someone who everyone faces and everyone must learn to live with. Iris poem simply seems to me to portray the darkness that is fear, every person's fear is something dark and sinister, and that's how people see fear. Ryute's poem finds me in a difficult spot, because I personally am afraid of things NOT changing. I am afraid that things will remain the same in this hopeless situation. But I can also empathize because I am always thinking that I don't have enough time.

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