|Reviews for mercury blues|
| The Melancholy Cocoa Bean 8/2/06 . chapter 1
wow ... this is really beautiful. seriously dead pretty and heartfelt.
i aint offended by your review - you're a fantastic writer, and i am honored to have a review by you! one thousand thank yous for the review, i swear, it's gonna help me improve a hell of a lot :)
| this is britt 7/19/06 . chapter 1
I loved this. I really, really loved this. It's so well-written.
| classic violet 7/17/06 . chapter 1
wow, i adore the title, just beautiful.
this poem reminds me of summer. i love it.
| Rebecca Kelsey 7/16/06 . chapter 1
Beautiful. I specifically love the last two lines.
| rightclick5ave 7/14/06 . chapter 1
i'm sorry.. i think i didn't return your review on vanillasupernovas :X
your use of alliteration here is awesome, and the rhyming of season & reason is great.
i don't really know how to review short poems well.. so i hope this is good enough. (:
| The Postscript 7/5/06 . chapter 1
Beautiful poem. This reminds me of when my sister left for college. Yes, the poem Grace wrote from Joan of Arcadia was an inspiration, second to my own experince with a certian someone which also prodded me to write such a poem. I understand, though, I have reported abuse on pieces posted here on fp as well. But I have to say I am glad to find another JOA fan on this site. :) Again, amazing piece. The colors are bold and rich, your words fresh. Keep writing, s.
| elvenstorm 6/14/06 . chapter 1
The all the alliteration in this, works beautifully with the whole hot sun imagery. Kind of a nostalgic almost defeated air to this poem, great job well done x
| a lonely september 6/13/06 . chapter 1
this is great. the title really suits the poem.(& i think you're a god now. i didn't think anyone would figure that 'broken' was a little about Kurt, and .yes. it was... not all of it, but it was. i was thinking of him as i wrote it, and coincidentally, i was listening to lithium as i wrote it... so... wonderful job figuring that out...)
| Ria Mala 6/13/06 . chapter 1
What I really like about this poem is the beauty in your language. It'd be so easy to be blunt, but I guess that's what makes poetry poetry. I like how you connect summer with changes, very cool idea. Oh, and congratulations!