|Reviews for Read Between the Lines|
| trim chapter 1 . 10/8/2004
Whatever it was that the spider wanted, it is up to the object of desire to decide whether it doesn't mind being such. And to whatever beat we follow, no matter what anyone else says, can't we enjoy it?
| mercury160 chapter 1 . 10/3/2004
This is a very interesting poem you have here. I love the fact that you keep on telling readers to read between the lines. Not sure if I do understand it correctly or get what you are really trying to point out. Are you trying to say that if a good came upon an evil and notices it, would it let the evil enjoy the goodness or for the sake of justice and rights, sacrifice itself by using the examples of the Spiders?
The second example is a bit more difficult to decode. I got confused when you said "you" which is probably the main point. Sorry but I would rather not hurt the brains of a reader who reads this.