[b]Was the imagery suited to the concept of the piece?[/b]
It seems that way to me. Who hasn't messed with something that they shouldn't, then gone and regretted it?
[b]How did it make you feel?[/b]
A little angry, to be honest, because it reminded me of childhood foes, who seemed not to (and probably didn't) have a sense of humanity.
[b]Which parts were the strongest, and which were the weakest?[/b]
Overall, I felt the poem was pretty strong, except for the line about "leaving peanut butter fingerprints". That part didn't seem to fit with the rest of the poem. My favorite had to be the first line; it was what lured me in (God, that sounded so morbid...XP)
[b]How was the rhythm, both overall and in each part?[/b]
Uh, I'm not too good at analyzing rhythm, but it seemed good?
[b]Did I end it well, or how could I have done it better?[/b]
I thought it ended perfectly. A very chilling last stanza.
Sorry if I wasn't much help! Prose is more my forte. XP