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| Kat-Renee Kittel 5/7/05 . chapter 1
This is an awesome piece. "Her speech was clear, but space echoed in her eyes." You definitely have a talent for painting pictures with words. I could actually imagine myself there. I have a poem called For Michael about losing my brother, so I really relate to this mother's loss.
| grim-dreamer 12/13/04 . chapter 1
"She played her memories in a cinema" and "Her voice was clear, but space echoed in her eyes" caught my specific attention. Curious how the poem it arranged like prose. Death is a loss.
| Fiery Secrets of My Heart 12/12/04 . chapter 1
That's really good. I love this. Especially how you just managed to put all of this into words...the memories, the emotions..they're amazing. Keep writing you're a true writer.
| Wednesday the 16th 11/21/04 . chapter 1
this is a real tear jerker... wow i feel so midwestern for saying that. very good i applaud your literary genius.
| Blargh213213 11/20/04 . chapter 1
wow. such strong emotion in so few words. This piece is very moving and I love the title. I was recently visiting Arlington National Cemetary and it was amazing how the graves were often seen only as a number, a quantity, and not for the lives they represent.
| Mormon Princess 1 11/20/04 . chapter 1
Very nice. Ilike it a lot.
| Birdaloo 11/20/04 . chapter 1
this is beautiful. honestly and truly beautiful. i love how a story so short can display such strong emotions and memories! AMAZING write! im truly impressed! Birdy