|Reviews for On A Sepia Tinted Paper|
| nofaceme 4/10/06 . chapter 1
Ouch...math hurts my head. But this was great! I loved the title of it too. I like how it almost makes love make sense...lol. keep it up.
| sunshineofyourlife 4/8/06 . chapter 1
very very nice. combination of math, strangers, and love. it all fits. i love it! i love it a lot!
| a lonely september 3/3/06 . chapter 1
i love this. you took stupid things i'd hear all the time and hate and turned them into a gorgeous poem. sad ending.
| Kelpylion 2/24/06 . chapter 1
Much appreciate the geometric plays on words. Only someone who has proved too many lines parallel can really get the cleverness and the graph paper imagery of this poem. Loved the movement from non-collinear to parallel, but was rather disturbed, since only three or more points can not be colinear...Ech, I'm such a nerd. :)
| Stitched Lillies 2/22/06 . chapter 1
This a unique piece with an interesting use of space and maths to illustrate human relationships. My favourite was the second stanza, and I admire the much thought you must have given to create this poem.
| It Sounds Horrible 2/18/06 . chapter 1
Math is romantic. Who knew? "We're too parallel" I adore that phrase.
| just a teardrop 2/14/06 . chapter 1
wow! this is amazing! worded perfectly. i love the parenthesis and the lines 'and yes, we are co-planar' and 'we're too parallel'. gorgeous!
| frayedlifeforce 2/10/06 . chapter 1
absolutely 's heart-rending and so amazingly written. i love the use of the letters inside the brackets and i love the last line. this is just amazing. i'm adding this to my favourites list.
| Moondog Dozier 2/10/06 . chapter 1
Interesting concept of spacial relations and human relationships. Very well thought out. Like, "and yes, we are co-planer-so I suppose you are just an eyesight away", these two lines create an abstract visual that is a wonderfully difficult thing to accomplish. Very well written.