Each poem has a story of its own. My favourtes were 'A woman's guide', 'The long distant love', and 'The artist.' 'The argument' was funny.
I wish a few poems were more like the first one, about freedom to have fun, no restraints, celebration of life.
I liked the chemistry between bobby and alex, especially when alex flaunts his own mobile and bobby says, 'who texts you anyway?' that was funny. there were some nice moments, with nancy(all trees are alive, that was funny), the glow in dark stars. though there were a few typos, pov situations and too many adverbs, it was a nice story.
suggestion: cut down the use of adverbs. the part where bobby's dad suggests to get the night light, instead of saying: "No," Bobby replied quickly, you can say, "No," Bobby refused the proposition.
He tip-toed to the window and slowly reached out at the curtains.
It's understood he's doing the act slowly. There were a few typos, overall it was a nice read.
I had trouble understanding the part about 'the thing.' I had to read it twice. If you could make that clearer. I liked the part where Ken's dad calls the mc pauly, the dilemma paul has in introducing himself to ken.