Ok, so after three years and logging on twice in the last two years, I've finally somehow managed to navigate to my biography. Let me formally apologize for those of you who stumbled upon my profile and had to read that prepubescent garbage.
Now that's out of the way, we can get down to the info you'd probably like to know, (or wouldn't like to know--it's ok, you won't hurt my feelings.)
You see, I mainly write observational poems because I like to see things through a dream-like approach. I like to write about things that I wish were true that never happened, or fiction correlating to real-life scenarios, with unrealistic facts. It's interesting for me to write about these things, and I feel that it makes for a more interesting read. You may or may not agree, and that's okay.
What I don't like to write about are: self-harm, rape, molestation, abuse, etc., because none of those things have I experienced, so naturally being one to write about things I wish to be true, or things I find interesting, unfortunately those do not fall under my spectrum of aesthetic. If you came here looking for gut-wrenched, heartfelt poems about the above, you'll have to look elsewhere--I'm not that type of writer.
I do appreciate feedback. Feedback is good. Feedback is necessary for growth and betterment. Feedback also brings about a sense of camaraderie between fellow writers.
I do NOT appreciate negative comments. Negative comments are not good. Negative comments are not necessary for growth and betterment. (although some may disagree) Negative comments do not bring about a sense of camaraderie between fellow writers.
You are a literate individual, with some common sense (I hope.) You know what to say and what not to say, please use your better judgement.
Contrary to popular belief, there is a difference between a constructive comment that is helpful, without using flattering or "nice" words, and saying something rude. RUDE=UNHELPFUL.
**Example: a constructive comment would be: "I like the use of the words in the third stanza, however, it does not make sense in that placement. IF you were to place it, say in the 5th stanza, it would collect the poem together as a whole, and still carry the theme you were trying to follow."
**Example 2: a negative comment would be categorized by me as: Holy shite mate, this twat of a write should be thrown in the bin. oh, you dont like what I have to say? dont care. go away.blah blah blah blah, im a bitch blah blah blah blah i have issues blah blah blah blah, i need attention and i dont care if its negative and you can tell i dont give a shite about your shite poem because im typing too fast to pay attention to grammar because your poem is so much shite that i have to tell you immediately blah blah blah blah!!!!!"
Yeah, don't be that guy/girl.
I think I've laid it down for you all, I'm sure I will have more for this section later on, but for now I believe this will work.