Fri, 12/30/2011 - 13:16 -- FindHer

Fix me,
I swear I'm not crazy.
Believe me,
I can fix you if you listen.
Cower before me,
Megalomaniac with a dream,
It seems that I can turn your fears into reality.
Follow me,
What could you do without me?



This is a very well executed poem. The line "It seems that I can turn your fears into reality" has an eerie feel to it, and helps to give this poem multiple tones, which is a great skill for a poet to have. Also, leaving the poem open-ended with a question as the last line makes the reader want to find out more.


Actually, the question that the poem was ended with is a question of finality. It's rhetorical and has no answer. Other than that, I agree wholeheartedly.

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