|Reviews for a perfect hero is|
| smile persephone 1/23/06 . chapter 1
Tell that to those of Christian mythology as well. Both were using heroes as symbols of something greater, a representation of something beyond the mundane. Anyway, I like this poem. I get images of Arthurian myths rather than Greek. I like the lines 'and purify the last of/the lingering gene pool;'; it causes the mind to wonder. Interesting poem, nicely done!
| crinkled aster ribbon 1/22/06 . chapter 1
oh yes. i hate heroes who always have all the girls all over him.
| Leeona Trance 1/18/06 . chapter 1
I agree completely. Perfection is impossible. Good poem.
| vampiric-happenings 1/17/06 . chapter 1
i like it a lot. very beautiful!
| poetic abortion 1/5/06 . chapter 1
I bow my head in shame.
lovelovelove the whole thing. this poem is too perfect.
| a lonely september 1/4/06 . chapter 1
i loved the last five lines. nice job.
| in theory 1/4/06 . chapter 1
The concept of this is gorgeous. I was a bit miffed by the explanation, I usually prefer to scrape my own meaning from it. But you helped my sore brain do it more easily, so I guess it's all good.
| hey maria 1/3/06 . chapter 1
I admire this.
| sloppy firsts 1/3/06 . chapter 1
this reminds me of the episode where superman gets a blow to his ego when lex luther accuses him of being a glory something like i read the a/n i read it again and thought of hercules for the first half and achilles for the second half because of the 'gene pool' line. (him getting dipped the river of styx. )sorry getting carried the poem wasn't exceptionaly long you got your point across. i loved all the lines.
and might i say that last line belongs in the big book of famous quotes? :) keep writing
| review 1/3/06 . chapter 1
_- interesting. and true. hm.