Peer Review by LittleWolf (Australia)

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The Lonely Pyromaniac

By: Harlow


I can’t remember the last time I saw my family. I don’t recall the last time I had friends. Actually, that’s partially true, since I’ve got friends; my matches and the gasoline. The rain poured slick on a beat up Caddy, so I didn’t expect it to light. That night, I didn’t really expect anything to light, but I had to try. I had to. The drenched the cracked leather seats in gasoline and poured some in the dents on the roof. I lit a match and lit my cigarette first. A good smoke gave me a good mood. I lit a second match and watch with a euphoric delight as the orange flames enveloped the car and licked at the wet sidewalk. This was thanks to my only friends.

Message to Readers

First addition to the series At Gab’s Request. Happy to hear your thoughts

Peer Review

I like the metaphors.

I really like the imagery... Especially the matches and the rain, but a little more clarification on the setting would be appreciated.

Reviewer Comments

I really like it (sorry that is a lame comment, but I don't know words at the moment)