|Reviews for In The Carpet|
| SJMiddleton 8/25/05 . chapter 1
a great poem...very captivating...everyone has a past...sometimes it hurts...even years after the tragedy.-SJ
| laerai 2/2/05 . chapter 1
i love this imagry, this symbolism. its so real, and so true.
| ruana 1/18/05 . chapter 1
oh wowi love it, especially the whole negative verses positive type feel, the bad beneath the beautyit's fantastic, so dark and ambiguous and mysterious... oh yum... xx
| Amethyst Eyed Cynical One 12/15/04 . chapter 1
brilliant the carpet...wot an original idea.i absolutely loved more!
| SpanishDreams 12/10/04 . chapter 1
*coughs* Ahem! Of course "superficial shell" refers to physical form. And yes, I think I am guilty of objectivism with the next line. I showed you this poem before... didn't I explain it before, baby?
| end.or.fin 12/10/04 . chapter 1
"Longing for the superficial shell?" Is that refering to physical appearance? "To be as beautiful as the mind beneath" Is that objectivism i hear? To be as beautiful as an unattainable perfect or ideal form in someones head. "For the carcass to reflect the muse within?" O, does that refer to the figure or form stimulating the muse of an artist? One will never know, unless... you tell me of course.
| UnsungbutWritten 12/8/04 . chapter 1
Beautiful poem, very well written. I think I liked it most because of the theme you used-carpet? Original, and satisfying. My favorite lines are the last two: "To be as beautiful as the mind beneath. / For the carcass to reflect the muse within."
| Ruana 12/8/04 . chapter 1
ooh wow, that's very cool and very lush. i LOVE the imagery. wowness. keep writing. xx