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©2016 by MaryAnn Cunningham


Writing, Poetry




12 months ago Roanoke Wilde said:

Wow. That is really thought-provoking. Again, you have a very well-developed voice already, and I can seem some real talent here. Keep writing!



9 months ago Harley Quinn said:

This is a extremely interesting poem. This poem makes you think. It makes you consider if you do this yourself. I love this poem. I do wish it was longer so I can keep on reading and reading it, but 'nothing good last forever.'

I really do love this poem. I have no idea where you came up with idea, but I'm glad you did. I know it does not have a 5 star thing that we can click, but you poem is 5 stars. I see no mistakes and I get a clear image of what you are trying to show and say. :) I can't wait to read more of your stuff.

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11 months ago Isabel S. said:

Definitely good.

I do wish that it were a bit longer, though. Maybe you could extend it with some poetic examples. Like what exactly girls see in their reflections that isn't there? You end with: "We see everything we aren't". Well, try to give some examples of that "everything" or the previously mentioned "flaws".

You don't have to, of course, but if you want to make it longer, which would be awesome, this might be a way to do it.

Keep writing!