HGRosanes

Modern muse Calliope ➡️ Alexandria Grimmie ➡️ HGRosanes

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Looking forward for more!

I am searching for compilations of greatly written poetry here on Inkitt for inspiration. I stumbled upon your works, and I must say that I found another treasure. I was immensely terrified by Clowns, the way you've written it is concise yet speaks the most horror of things related to that kind of a nightmare. Dark Desire is like a magical invitation that lures the reader to a journey where they can be blinded by the enchanted to not see the rabbit hole. I adore Is It Love? and how it progressed from being happy, bright poetry to a very intriguing one in part 2 like every reader has asked themselves "what happened?" I am obsessed with your lines in The Glass Queen. I was reading it out loud like a monologue for auditions or in those iconic TV shows, it gets intense in every line. I enjoyed this compilation, thank you for sharing it with us! I hope you never stop writing!

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Hi! I stumbled upon your work, and I was thankful for it. While reading it I remember how similar our writing styles are in a particular phase of my life. You tell the story using your emotions in a creative, untouchable manner, and untouchable may it seem, it is also very relatable like how the great songwriters and poets write their masterpieces. Never stop writing! And I hope you find the beauty in eclipses like in your last line.

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Deserved to be in books

Hi! Your poetry reminds me so much of those pieces in poetry books, like those compilations and collections of poems in hardbound books you'll find in bookstores. The range you have in writing is amazing. In The Moon it is like in an innocent dreamlike state, then jumped to The Cat where I was shocked in the last line, a short but immensely menacing poem. Fantasy Journey is like those poems performed by bards in fantasy games which can be a great clue to maps or instructions for the next rounds, The Dove of Tomorrow has the same vibes like it can be said by an oracle or something who gave you what you need for your journey. While Music has the same format of words as the latter two, it is a poem of appreciation. Change is like The Cat, a short poem but it brings so much to the table. A concise slap of reality if I could say. Same as Mountaintops, but this one is long where the story of ups and downs is detailed in. You have so much potential to be one of those poets featured in books. Never stop writing! You'll get on the mountaintop someday! Thank you for sharing this!

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Don't stop writing

Hi! I just want to say that your lyrics are amazing, relatable, and painful. In your first song, first stanza, the line "I'm not ready to say goodbye" has a piercing impact on those people who gives their all but receives nothing but shame from their loved one. They want to hold on to the idea that everything will be better, but at the same time they can't hold on anymore. But as the song progresses, the line "Now I'm ready to go" in the bridge somehow made me sigh in relief because a decision has been made, and it is to let go in able to heal and find the self. Your second song has an entirely different feel. It is for reminiscing the happy moments in the moment of letting go of the person who once made you feel happy. I love this one because of the story engraved on it. From "The day we first met" to "But I need you to let me go". The rollercoaster ride from meeting a person who you know would be the protagonist in this chapter of your life to saying goodbye because it just didn't work out the way you wanted it to be. Lyrics like these are great in their rawest form, you might do some editing and developments in the future, but in their rawest form are the rawest feeling. Thank you again for sharing it with me.

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