|Reviews for Do not go gentle into that good night|
| MisterMidnight 11/9/09 . chapter 1
This was awesome. I was always fascinated by the lore surrounding the character of Lilith, and I was delighted to see that someone had written a poem on the matter. I was expecting it to be good, but this was A-material. Perfect imagery, but the real deal here was the fact that you made allusions to other literature and myths, something you rarely see in any 21st century poetry. I'm going to have to read more of your poems.
| Brenda Agaro 11/8/09 . chapter 1
That was beautifully written. Very intriguing and I like the pacing and word choice. Great imagery as well.
| Isca 11/7/09 . chapter 1
The 'weeping water' alliteration in the opening stanza is lovely.
"Marble face." Interesting description.
"Softly terrible." Yes! I love it when a writer uses oxymorons like that - it's wonderful!
"My heart, my hands." This part, about the wings sticking to the speaker, is quite heartfelt and raw. Very nice.
"Adonai." Good. You're sticking with the traditional lore here by referring to God in such a personal way. I like that.