|Reviews for My father at the funeral home|
| shekherezada 10/18/09 . chapter 1
you are one of my idols.
| J.A. Fletcher 7/30/09 . chapter 1
Very good. There are only a few things that I do not agree with.
| Isca 7/29/09 . chapter 1
"Some born dead, some not." Ahaha! I love the way in which this line connects to the line, "Babies are the worst." This man's fascination with life and death is intriguing.
"Helping to wash the nude bodies before the autopsy; sometimes after." The word 'bodies' suggests that the corpses still hold some kind of 'dignity' and 'fragility' - that's very profound. This man washes their sins away - cleansing them of all imperfections. That's powerful stuff. Wow.
"This was before you." I like the Time factor here - the older man implies that youth cannot truly understand the meaning of Death because they are so preoccupied with creating a 'life' for themselves.
Keep up the great work. :)
| Chidaruma Kamisori 7/27/09 . chapter 1
| Moondog Dozier 7/27/09 . chapter 1
This has a delicate complexity of thought and connection that is brought out through the specific detail. A reflective remembrance of what others have seen, gone through, etc.., that makes them who they are. You've painted a specific and relatable portrait here. As always, well written and described. MD:77.
| Ayx 7/27/09 . chapter 1
Opening stanza was stellar
and continued right through.
As always I'm floored by your
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