|Reviews for Perchance|
| writerchild 11/14/03 . chapter 1
wow! very impressive. Just as you mentioned in reviewing my poem that you are not a fan of rhyming, I am just the opposite, this however, was very good. wonderful work.
| Ellerfru 12/19/01 . chapter 1
This poem has a wonderful rhythm... One of the rare poems you can dance to. Oh no, I'm being weird again. But this is so cool... *reads again* *again* *again*... Well I think you know how this continues... *reads again*...
| Margaret Rennie 7/4/01 . chapter 1
This squares with the way I view the Universe, and ensoulment, so naturally I saw a lot in here that you may or may not have meant. A lovely piece with a dreamlike quality.
| jeri ann 4/8/01 . chapter 1
nice . . . ) i absolutely LOVE your use of imagery. it literally brings your poem to life and gives it an ethereal, defintely dreamlike feel. love it, love it, love it. )
| Celenae 4/8/01 . chapter 1
*gapes* The first part of it had me kinda spinning, but the second part I really connected with. I'm an Irish dancer, and it was almost a sense of deja vu where you take the place, assume the pose and dance on feet that are not your own. When I dance I lose it; I'm on autopilot. I know that's not what you were thinking when you wrote it, but I thought I'd let you know. Thank you.
| A Smiling Fox 4/8/01 . chapter 1
wow. really poetic _ just wow.
| Desolate Warrior 4/7/01 . chapter 1
Wow, I really like this.
| RavenNat 4/7/01 . chapter 1
Wonderful! I love the last staza about the rhythem and the feet that are not our own. Very thought-provoking. Are you a fan of Hamlet (to die, to sleep, perchance to dream?)