|Reviews for Terremoto|
| Catalan 8/10/08 . chapter 1
Hint: the translation to any of my stories is in the summary. Terremoto means earthquake. Grandmother told stories about the earthquakes she experienced in her young life. In her country in the early centuries, egg whites were commonly mixed in with clay to make bricks. Another hint, my poems are generally autobiographical. I don't use allegory in my poems. Thanks for asking.
| Chidori Nadare 8/9/08 . chapter 1
I. This seems to be about childhood with a little bit of a twisted fairytale feel to it.
II. Something about rebirth after destruction, perhaps? I don't know.
I can't seems to grasp the meaning for some reason. It seems that they're two separate haikus (even if they're not). May I ask about the title? What does it mean? It sound Italian but I don't know (as I really don't know much).
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