|Reviews for Leanansidhe|
| instantramen 6/21/08 . chapter 1
Good GAWD! This is absolutely amazing.
You just... Wow.
The rhyme scheme was excellent, the content was amazing, and it flows wonderfully.
| Idee Fixe 10/7/07 . chapter 1
I was thrilled to see a poem of yours about the Leanansidhe because i have just wrote one, as a structural emmulation of one of Yeat's poems. Its a different take, with a different spelling of the fairy but it pleased me all the same to see yours here! I'll post mine so you can take a look.
I really enjoyed how you wrote your piece and had the 5th and last line parallel throughout the poem, its a great story of the tale of the mortal poet, and ties in wonderfully in how his written poem is the reason he still lives.
| Erin Lynn 5/24/07 . chapter 1
I thought this poem was really great. I was a little unsure of how it would turn out in the end, but it really finished quite well. I usually don't like poetry that talks about poetry and writers, but this is an exception.
| Dawn Gabriel 1/13/07 . chapter 1
I'm speechless. This has got to be the most brilliant ballad I've ever read. You certianly used her gift well. It was a brilliant rhyming scheme almost never seen anymore.
| Wolf's Night 1/3/07 . chapter 1
wow...i'm awed by the skill which you used in this. the story drew me in and when it ended... great flow and scheme. I'm very envious of you at the moment. Keep it up!
| tesa131313 11/24/06 . chapter 1
This poem tells a fascinating story! The rhyme scheme fits in quite nice as if you didn't think too hard to fit in the rhymes. It's great!
p.s. it's on my fave stories list! it's awesome!
| On The Esplanade 11/23/06 . chapter 1
Nicely done! I thought at the beginning this was going to be some corny fairytale but it actually is very tastefully done and reminds me of those old dark folk tales. Cheers!
| Kumquat21 10/18/06 . chapter 1
Bone-chilling, (especially after reading a flock of celtic folktales, to which this story rings true!) and quite good!
| Fiore Chnudth 7/8/06 . chapter 1
Very nice poem. Happy to see a poem written like a poem for a change, and not just thoughts written down in no format and with no had both. A very nice flow is what strikes me first on reading this. I also liked a great deal the end of each verse and how they all said "lovely Leanansidhe", but changed the word just before, using "to", "for", "before" and so on. Made it quite interessting.