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Review of Auburn Curls  
Review by NeenahDee
Rated: 13+ | (5.0)
Nicely done. I can recall being the new kid more than once as I grew up. But, I never had such a best friend as this one. Always wished for one, though. Especially when I was in that same situation as that auburn haired girl was! No saves, though. Glad he got his wish in the end. Or that you did, if this is a true story!
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Review by NeenahDee
Rated: E | (5.0)
This little poem mirrors how I feel whenever I go out. I deal with anxiety attacks every day, and most days don't even want to go outside to hang my laundry or get the mail. I make as little eye contact with people when I do go out. But, sure, if I see a 'foe', I hustle up a different aisle or duck into a store I may not even want to visit at any other time.

But, yet, I'm wishing I had the guts to speak more often to someone. To have the confidence to look people in the eye . . .

Nice job! I love it!
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Rated: E | (5.0)
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Rated: ASR | (5.0)
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Review of Float  
Review by NeenahDee
Rated: ASR | (4.5)
This seems to be a "guy" thing! I think you've captured that attitude pretty well here. The only thing I see that might possibly be changed if you could would be to either add another stanza between the first and second, because the first line of the second stanza really belongs with the thought of the first one. The thoughts would flow more smoothly then.

Great poem. I can relate some past relationships to this!
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