"A play should give you something to think about. When I see a play and understand it the first time, then I know it can't be much good. -T.S. Elliot" Well, hello there! Sigh, I hate filling out these things, but alright. My name is Mary. I am a university student from and living in Canada. I am majoring in English and the Classics. I also have an obsessive sight for superficial details. This tends to show in my critiques/edits. This comes naturally to me and I love to do this. So, if I call you out for using “your” instead of “you’re”. Either get used to it or get over it. It’s called proper English, learn it. I mean no offense, only for you to see what I honestly see and think. There's no point in commenting if you're not being honest. It matters to me not, if you actually learn to use “your” and “you’re”. Have a good day. :) Some T.S. Elliot to ponder? - Genuine poetry can communicate before it is understood. - Immature poets imitate; mature poets steal. - Some editors are failed writers, but so are most writers. - No honest poet can ever feel quite sure of what he has written: He may have wasted his time and messed up his life for nothing. - The last thing one discovers in composing a work is what to put first. - The most important thing for poets to do is to write as little as possible. - I will show you fear in a handful of dust. - If you aren't in over your head, how do you know how tall you are? - Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.