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Let me know if the flow breaks anywhere. And how would you guys rate the ending?
This poem was a-m-a-z-i-n-g. I can definitely relate to the terror and frustration at facing a blank page, and this poem captured that feeling perfectly. I really loved the ending too - you've got a bunch of gorgeously-written stanzas describing the empty void of a blank page, which leads suddenly into a writer, creating and filling that void. This is just such a creative concept, and I love it!
You've asked about whether the flow has been broken anywhere, and honestly, I don't think so. Each stanza of poem linked to each other really nicely, and the ending did not shock me suddenly, but gave me a pleasant surprise. What I would recommend though is to avoid using too many short phrases piled up on each other. I understand this may be your intention, to reflect the frustration of writer's block, but if you're aiming to have a nice, smooth flow, it may be better to vary this pattern. I've highlighted a few phrases to give you a better idea of what I mean. The main idea is to try and spice things up, introduce a little more variety in your lines (i.e. short, long, long, short, short). This also applies to prose. You don't have to follow an exact pattern of length, but reading your poem aloud can help you determine which sections need some more variety.
I absolutely loved this poem - its concept was so creative, and your writing was captivating. Keep up the amazing writing, and if you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me. :D