|Reviews for Petal Deep|
| Dee Dub 5/3/05 . chapter 1
That's perfectly beautiful.
| Ultimate Schuyler 1/13/05 . chapter 1
But are the flowers reaching for the sun, or the sun for the flowers? Heh, jolly good haiku you've assembled here... I was particularly psyched to read the beautiful metaphor, "sweet lemon rays", although now that I think about it, lemons aren't all that sweet, which just makes this haiku more unorthodox, as you said. Thank you for your terribly kind review of my haiku, it gave me courage, and now I think that I shall submit it to the lit. mag, if they accept haikus or that sort of thing. By the way, how did you know that frail was frangible with fragile? (L0l.) I'd assumed you read my bio, which was kind of flattering, but I didn't know for sure. At any rate, this was a masterfully crafted haiku, as every bit as great as mine, and I'm sure you're as every bit as proud of it as I am of mine. (It was my first haiku, after all, and the first thing I posted.) Oh, and one more thing... I'm not British. XD I'm on this British kick because I've been reading Douglas Adams' books, and a SUPER book by Alexandre Dumas, even though that is French... If British people read this, they might be offended. XD Thank you for sharing your poem with me.
| Brooke Monroe 12/2/04 . chapter 1
i think its purty. i like the lemon rays metaphor. origional. i also love the word gilded. sigh. it sounds so rich. Brooke Monroe
| Eirien 10/12/04 . chapter 1
Beautiful, the fresh angle and unusual viewpoint is what a haiku should be like.
I'm pleased to discover some of my own favourite authors among yours, such as Keats, Poe, Milton, Dante, Shakespeare ... You seem to be well-read ...
| Endless Nightmares 10/9/04 . chapter 1
Hello- Neat little haiku.
| Emi Amara 10/6/04 . chapter 1
Hi! This is so pretty-ful! Good imagery, keep writing
| Ashes of a Willow 10/3/04 . chapter 1
I liked the line, "dappled with sweet lemon rays". such a wonderful image! keep up the great work