|Reviews for The Dawnseeker|
| no.peace.los.angeles 2/16/07 . chapter 1
This seems so tragic. I don't know why. And hey, I actually understood all the words in this one. Go me. The last two lines are gorgeous. Wonderful. Keep writing! :)
| Mosaic Stains 2/15/07 . chapter 1
A field of green, caressed by morning dew and fog, crested by sunlight and a child running into it is what this serves to mind. It like a fresh start, a gulp of fresh air.
I especially like the:
Harping the sunrays and
All the tearful chords.
That makes me think of music in the wind, soft melodies in open skies. I love the feeling you get while reaing this.
| felicia13 2/13/07 . chapter 1
Yay! I do so enjoy the dawn poems ... 'harping the sunrays' is a bit unexpected, but not entirely unenjoyable. Congrats on this.
| eldrin 2/10/07 . chapter 1
"Harping the sunrays" and "tearful chords" are gorgeous. This is a wonderful naturally musical piece.
| emeraude-irlandais 2/7/07 . chapter 1
This seems more like your best work- joria, in my opinion, are best when discussing nature or emotion (like haiku, but prettier and more modern). "Harping the sunrays" is gorgeous. bella