|Reviews for translucent stains|
| simpleplan13 11/2/07 . chapter 1
I like the format a lot and the seasons stanza is great.. I also like the last stanza... "forgive..not forget" was a great line
| Twister1352 10/17/07 . chapter 1
:) like I said earlier looks professional to me :D
I like the way you described the seasons 2
ether way, powerful poem :D I like it
| Princess-anna57 10/10/07 . chapter 1
Oh very nicely done. ::) Great! Write on.
| Serious Sonneteer 10/9/07 . chapter 1
This poem has a most singular form but it's somewhat well-written especially "spring skies to
autumn tears like rain,"
Quite a commendable job there.
| Aquafied 10/7/07 . chapter 1
spring skies to
autumn tears like rain,
-the autumn doesnt cry here.
| review 9/26/07 . chapter 1
wow. really full of emotion. good stanza organization...but thats just the mechanics.
its really moving, this poem.
| Kissing Concrete 9/17/07 . chapter 1
this is so sad, but beautifully written. at first it bothered me a little that there was no capitalization, but by the time i was finished, i thought it added to the whole theme of the poem. very well written. i like your use of the "forgive and forget" theme as well as using seasons. keep writing!
| Charity F 9/14/07 . chapter 1
Beautiful. You really should publish these. Your writing is something special.
| The Postscript 9/6/07 . chapter 1
Astounding. Great job with the alliteration - it adds nicely without being too overbearing. Good writing usually is centered around a development, change, or growth of some kind and it's also nice how you use the seaons to incorporate and aid that a little bit. Also, nice job being sensitive to spacing (e.g. the hyphen in careless and spacing - or lack of - in forgive and forget). All of these techniques are little pointers that help the reader clarify your thoughts and ultimately his own. Keep writing, k.
| Davi 9/5/07 . chapter 1
I like how you used the seasons in it. :3
| jojoba-music-girl 9/5/07 . chapter 1
I could feel the sadness while reading this. It's so well written! Keep it up!
| a silenced revolution 9/4/07 . chapter 1
I love how you mix beautiful wording and personal and interpersonal content together. It creates a powerful and intriguing combination. Really great work.