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First off, the entire piece in and of itself moved me in a way I've scarcely experienced, but what particularity grabbed my attention was how you took something that's so often cliched in poetry (i.e: love) and presented it in an entirely new, fresh, and unique way. I love how you created "thesaurus definitions" for love and let me as the reader witness these beautiful yet mundane & almost peculiar (in a good way) situations in a new light. For example, I absolutely loved the line: "synonymous for throwing rocks at the window /of the dying house in the woods just to hear / something besides myself," as well as the line "...i am a thesaurus definition of the crickets in / the meadow past your house..." Also, your attention to weaving the same metaphors and previously mentioned "ideas" throughout your piece is spectacular. In other words, I love how you took the scene of looking in shards of broken glass and weaved it into the piece again at the end. All in all, this poem was quite thought-provoking and I will remember it for a long time. Phenomenal job!
Honestly, this is really a small suggestion as this piece is so well done, but what I'd ask you to think about to possibly enhance this piece even more is to look at how you end each line in this poem. Essentially, how do you think it might impact your piece if you ended each line on a word that left a "punch" rather than a word such as "a," "is," "and," "to," etc? You can do this by simply moving a word such as the one's listed above (and the like) and putting it in the next line, just so that each line ends strong (see highlighted examples :)). Sometimes, it's inevitable to avoid this due to how you want the piece to flow, but in other instances, it's helpful to scan through and do some shifting around. I noticed a few places where you could consider doing this, and I highlighted them, but don't feel obliged to take this suggestion. As I said before, it doesn't affect the incredible quality of your piece, it's simply something I thought of. :)
Overall, this was an incredibly thought-provoking and moving piece, I really enjoyed reading and reviewing it! If you have any questions about this review, feel free to let me know, and in the meantime, keep writing! :)