|Reviews for Samhain|
| Isca 12/1/08 . chapter 1
"We keep our loved ones in our hearts." I love the sacredness of that line :).
| PaganScribe 7/26/04 . chapter 1
| Haven of the Shadows 4/13/04 . chapter 1
wow, just, wow. That is the best poem I think that I've read. Have you tried to get it published yet? Once again wow. Continue the great poems!
| Saera 8/9/03 . chapter 1
| Devin J Pickrell 7/18/03 . chapter 1
Autumn comes and our Lord takes the throne
And the Lady moves from Mother to Crone
That is one of my favorite parts, my other one is:
Eight Sabbats have we passed together
Praise to the Lord and Lady forever.
May the New Year be good to thee
By Lord and Lady
I can honestly and sicerly say that i am truly jealous of your writting abilities. Then again, i AM only 11, how old are you? It didn't say in your bio. Well keep writing. Bless you, bless me, and blessed be.
| Goddess-Xia 7/14/03 . chapter 1
I liked this poem, it flowed quite nicely. Excellent poem you have written here...
| aulliana 7/13/03 . chapter 1
I love the way you ended it. Once again, nice job!
| Absinthe Extra Superieure 7/10/03 . chapter 1
I really like this. I would have to say that my two favorite sabbats as a child were Samhain and Beltane. My mom would always make them fun. But this is a REALLY good poem! Im going to read your others.
| Animagess 7/10/03 . chapter 1
Wonderful... so fresh, so exotic. At least to me it is ('cos I'm Christian). The poem has a sort of inexplicable professional brush to it; the sort of poetry in magazines. I don't know why. Anyway, I found this fascinating, and quite well-written. Good job.
| Alyx Bradford 7/9/03 . chapter 1
I really like this one - you reflected the cyclical nature of everything very well. Very descriptive. Great job!
| karmakaze 7/9/03 . chapter 1
This is great! I like how you managed to say something meaningful, while keeing a steady rhyhmn and rhyme at the same time. It's neat.
| az2328 7/9/03 . chapter 1
*claps hands loudly* Bravo! this is really good; what with the flow and rythem. Can almost picture the fire roaring and all the kids huddled round listening to some old stoyteller recite this. if only there were no errors...