|Reviews for To Miss Charlotte Brown|
| deefective 3/24/09 . chapter 1
Hm, well this was an interesting piece in the sense that I didn't really understand it. And not in the good, mysterious way, more in the "...what?" way? I didn't really like the way you formatted the piece either. Usually that can be an aesthetic thing that makes the piece just look and read better but in this case it was just confusing.
| Isca 3/7/09 . chapter 1
"A woman after my own heart." This line is utterly ravishing. The tone here is mature, romantic, philosophical, and profound. Bravo!
"Poetry books...have the answer." I like to think so :P. She's not mad; maybe the world just wasn't ready for her revelations.
I like that you started and ended the poem with "Miss Charlotte Brown," it added such a haunting, honest quality to the piece.
Good work! :)
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