|Reviews for Hope|
| Manuel Fajar 1/16/05 . chapter 1
Colored landscape fair,
Elven dwellers,—fairies too,
Rainbow's magic lamp,
Assembled puzzle with love,
Streaming light onto the soul.
| Lina Inverse 12/8/03 . chapter 1
Very beautiful and hopeful. Even in the most horrid situations, there's always that tiny shred of hope.
| Mime 11/28/03 . chapter 1
This is absolutely beautiful, and you're right about not giving up hope.
| Premeditated Chaos 11/20/03 . chapter 1
First off, I want to thank you for the lovely review. It always warms my heart to get feedback on my stuff.
Second, I always stop by and review those who review me, so here I am, suitably impressed by your work. This is an excellent message of hope in a poem, and the imagery is very well-crafted. The way its written is very beautiful...that isn't really the word; I think perhaps haunting is what I'm looking for. In any case, a brilliant poem, keep it coming!
| soulspring 11/13/03 . chapter 1
great insight and such beauty in the second stanza. your writing is fantastic!
| Children of the Root 11/7/03 . chapter 1
awesome work. i love it.
| Miz E. Mak 11/6/03 . chapter 1
whoa whoa whoa! That was really awesome! Short yet very sweet... you have written a poetic masterpiece in just two stanza's. It is really cool, the imagery is awesome, the word choice is stellar, and you just rocked my face off with this one!
(sorry I haven't been online much lately... had a bunch of reports and stuff...*sigh*)
| Keep it 100 11/5/03 . chapter 1
*eyes go wide*
Heart of the Sword
| The Black Rider 11/5/03 . chapter 1
Interesting use of imagery to get the idea across. Not a bad effort.
| glitterjewele 11/4/03 . chapter 1
oh, this is hauntingly beautiful, i absolutely love it. great set up and rebuttal, great move with the transition line "but tell me -" it led into the next stanza very nicely. i love the lines "bottle shards on the sidewalk" in the first stanza, and the final couplet "the glowing stains together/the archangel's visage make?" blew me away, 'twas GORGEOUS. amazing piece of poetry, kudos chica! :)