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Message to Readers
A cute little ditty I thought of after something a friend told me.
I like the use of italics, capitalization, bold text and crossed out text. You don't often see that in many works, but adds such a nice touch and further emphasizes the denial in the poem and the downward spiral.
I would like to see you explore the whole denial of this downward spiral just a little more. Maybe the narrator could hold it throughout the poem, denying the fact that she unloved now just like in the beginning, but in a more desperate, manic way to illustrate it. You could use the things you've done with the font in previous stanzas more frequently in the later stanzas to illustrate this desperation.
This poem, although very simple from the first time you look at it, is really well written and the feeling that your use of techniques is incredibly subtle, but also very real. The thought you put into everything you've written here is admirable.