Kristoff Misquitta

United States of America

Kristoff Misquitta (United States of America)() reviewed:

Antonym

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This is a surprisingly powerful sentence! Dividing it into two lines instead of adding a comma greatly amplifies the contrast. The title, "Antonym," though abstract, makes sense in the larger message of the poem. It is sufficiently vague to capture...

over 1 year ago

Kristoff Misquitta (United States of America)() reviewed:

I Will

PROMPT: Forward Backward

You have linked lines together in this poem in a creative and versatile way! Anyway it is read, the poem is a declaration of strength and dedication. While this synergistic relationship can strengthen your message, contrast is often be stronger....

over 1 year ago

Kristoff Misquitta (United States of America)() reviewed:

Whispers

PROMPT: Open Prompt

This is a heartfelt poem. It speaks to your strong connection with nature. The simple structure and effective punctuation complement this relationship. To expand, you could relate some of the stories you have heard from nature to the reader. You...

over 1 year ago

Kristoff Misquitta (United States of America)() reviewed:

I Believe We Both are Growing Cold

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Your writing style is very rhythmic and smooth. Every word seems to fit together perfectly and lead directly into the next line. In some ways, however, this makes the story predictable. You surprised me with the lines about trees and...

over 1 year ago

Kristoff Misquitta (United States of America)() reviewed:

Rain

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Your love of nature shines strongly in your work. You sprinkled vivid adjectives and verbs throughout your piece to highlight your enthusiasm. Try to extend this deeper level of description throughout the piece. Start with fixing confusing sentence structure. Break...

over 1 year ago

Kristoff Misquitta (United States of America)() reviewed:

Patience

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The pace in this poem fluctuated widely! It's an effective technique to maintain the reader's attention. There are some regions of clear emphasis and others of less focus. Why not try to accentuate these dividing lines? You could break the...

over 1 year ago

Kristoff Misquitta (United States of America)() reviewed:

The Seeds of Life: a Mirror Sonnet

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To further develop your descriptions of the life cycle, consider adding more figurative language. Relate the seed and the abstract cycle to something more tangible for the readers using simile. The story would be more relevant on the personal level....

over 1 year ago

Kristoff Misquitta (United States of America)() reviewed:

An Itinerant Soul

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This is incredibly vivid and well-written! You employed figurative language masterfully to build an ethereal feeling. Try to add more. For some reason, I imagine this taking place on a dark, silent beach. You might have a very different picture...

over 1 year ago

Kristoff Misquitta (United States of America)() reviewed:

2 days With out social media

PROMPT: Unplug

The message of your piece is strong and clear; your goal should be to polish grammar and balance sentence structure to amplify this main idea. You write with passion and include evidence to support your points effectively. Be cognizant of...

over 1 year ago

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Kristoff Misquitta (United States of America)() published:

​Cardboard Box

PROMPT: Forward Backward

Meant for me.
Just one in more than a billion packages
Destined to journey across the world,
Brown, taped, “FRAGILE.”

Scanned, sorted,
Nothing more than a tracking number
Through city streets,
Over oceans,
Across continents,

This ordinary cardboard box 
Carrying a priceless gift 
Sent by you. 

Seeking Peer Reviews

over 1 year ago