...We could post opinions/criticism, right?
Petite Fleur - As a hater of all hairy eight-legged things, I can say this poem is horrifying. Short, relevant and certainly in every way befitting its writer. I like it.
Mantis - I like it a lot. I'm having a hard time saying why, but I think the fluctuating form and language of the poem combined with the slow realization of what has actually happened did it for me.
Metal - I really like the idea behind this. A poor icecream meeting his death beneath the most terrifying monster imaginable to a small sugary treat. The only thing I'm scratching my head over is the line "Like ice cream", which you might've put in there to signify that the victim here is NOT an ice cream cone, but someone else. Regardless executed in a very fitting "though-by-though" manner for maximum effect.
ZCOverload - It's a good poem. But I personally think many of the more effective lines of this poem also were too quick or "overused", in the manner that we've all probably seen a psycho in a manga say the same thing before. Still very interesting when put in a poem like this, and the last lines finished it off perfectly.
Sloan - Despite the "free verse" form, it seems oddly "musical" or "mechanical". I find myself making it into some sort of some song every time I read it which, intended or not, is really impressive. The meaning itself is interesting. I'm interpreting as such that someone has a very good friend who is very hard to reach but also "evil" in some way.
Oben - Talk about rhymes in this one. You definitely know how to maintain a "flow" and make the most out of every word you picked. I've read two of your previous works from the previous poetry and short story contest, and this one is relatively easier to understand and more "light" in meaning, which I neither see as an improvement nor a flaw. You write what you write, and most times it comes out in the form of a great piece.