The Wait, emmielou -- I really like this description of love: "not some child's task." Because many people have this whole pure and simple idea of love, like a child's love, but loving someone, the whole person, is not that easy. And sometimes you don't have the energy/endurance/etc for it, or it's not worth it. And that is ok.
Sirens, smweed -- Smweed just suddenly appeared and left little easter eggs of excellent writing all over the place. Anyways, chilling and the words/pacing is perfect.
Hall of Endless Stories, Bajambles -- It's the prologue of an epic tale, your (possibly epic) tale. I can hear the mysterious wizard (or librarian!) intoning it, half caution, half challenge. I think it might benefit from a looser rhyme/syllable rhythm, but in any case someone should totally do a reading of it because it is already jumping off the page.
Ugly, arit -- A bit wordy, but the idea and how it is communicated is very good, how the way you see yourself is your reality.
May You Fall With Grace, Scarlet -- It reads like a benediction, except it's a hope you would like to believe. Good use of repetition.
The White Lights Searching, becoming -- Haunting, would make a good song. The second and last stanzas are my favorites.
A Word - tiny story, smweed -- Seemed to be today's theme.
We'll Let the Waves Take Us Away, AeB -- I'm a sucker for doomed romance. The first two/last two lines stuck with me for a while after I read it. I think this would also make a great song.
Sons, smweed -- Excellent picture of a stranger. Felt a bit choppy in comparison to Sirens, but some great imagery.
The Ghost's Rebuttal, moonbug -- I really like this concept of a ghost and its relationship to the target of its rebuttal. "I am gone, yet I am here, / But I am not the thing you fear." The repetition in the first stanza works really well for me.
Young Summer, Ismahan -- This is the summer I love.
(holy cow, the text spacing is driving me crazy. I'd love a plain html textbox)