|Reviews for Oh So Alone|
| Anna 2/21/10 . chapter 1
Oh, that poor sweetheart :(
You did a beautiful job with this!
I love Gollum :D
| Lady Ardath 12/27/05 . chapter 1
You said that your intention was to make people feel sorry for Gollum, right? Well...you most definitely succeeded. 5 gold stars for you, and a rose as well.
- I'll be looking out for you in the future!
| CrystalFNfire 8/29/05 . chapter 1
I could totally hear Andy Serkis in my head! Kind of creepy, but I'm still glad that Gollum's at the bottom of Sammath Naur! LOL... I liked it though, and this is one of the actual good and not so scary poems I've read about Gollum. Keep it up!
| Frodo's sister 6/3/05 . chapter 1
This is good poetry. It makes me feel sorry for Gollum.
| Smegal 5/5/05 . chapter 1
Good Job! i like it! yea you can proubly tell i am a fan of Gollum. ooh and thanks for reviwing my story Maybe it's Blasie maybe it's not ;-)
| FaithfulJewel 4/25/05 . chapter 1
The whole time I was reading it, I could almost hear Gollum's creepy voice in my head! P Very true to the character; and it manages to evoke a certain sympathy within the reader...
| Faerlas 4/14/05 . chapter 1
I do feel sorry for Gollum! Good job!
| Mrs. G 4/8/05 . chapter 1
I love it! I think it captures Gollum's despair, but twisted emotional attachment to his precious. I love it, and I love how it depicts his animosity towards the hobbits in general.
| ghostymangarocker 4/7/05 . chapter 1
Thats real good. i felt SO sorry for him...
but i think you should have mentioned something about Frodo's pity for Gollum
| SimplyElymas 4/7/05 . chapter 1
This is quite nice. You've got him pegged, with his strange tenacity. My only complaint is that your rhymes can be a bit awkward. I think you should experiment with non rhyming poetry more.
| MaranweT 4/2/05 . chapter 1
Great Job again! My question is how do you find the time to sit down and write like this? !Lol! Well, Good Job and see ya around the site/school soon.
| Crawfordness 3/31/05 . chapter 1
You know, I really still don't feel bad for him. Great poem though!