|Reviews for Passion Flight|
| Princess-anna57 2/8/13 . chapter 1
Very nice! I like the new words that it has taught me :) Keep writing!
| darkershadeofpale 6/16/11 . chapter 1
The longing sort of pleading here is lovely and wistful and again, is beautiful in its simplicity. You're good at simplicity. )
. darker shade of pale
| Kallie Bryant 12/10/10 . chapter 1
| SirScott 3/25/10 . chapter 1
| Ganondorf The Dark Knight 3/25/10 . chapter 1
The way this seems to naturally flow is very nice. Your vocabulary choices were appreciated. Simplistic, as a haiku should be; still, enjoyable.
| letyoursoultakeflight 3/24/10 . chapter 1
Such a nice sound to it when you say it aloud ] Especially the first line
| Brenda Agaro 3/23/10 . chapter 1
Beautiful and to the point. I have nothing else to say, as it is well written. :-)
| nickyO 3/23/10 . chapter 1
Thoughtful and smart and simply excellent work.
| wo bu ai ni le 3/23/10 . chapter 1
Aw, I love natural images. But this is surprisingly unsurprising for one written by you..
| Mirabella 3/22/10 . chapter 1
I like the idea of a "peregrine heart", lovely free image. :)
All of the imagery and connotations in this work wonderfully. :)
| East-0f-Eden 3/22/10 . chapter 1
Interesting, you want the heart of a falcon to stay with you but you don't want to be tied down? (I'm no good at Haiku)
| J.A. Fletcher 3/22/10 . chapter 1
The words flowed very well. Good haiku, Slinger.
| Eternal Skies 3/22/10 . chapter 1
Loved the idea, every word feels like it's carefully placed and it makes the haiku sound really good other than the meaning itself.
This bird-person feels rebellious, maybe adventurous, someone who wants to go everywhere.
I liked the term "jess" you, though this is my first time hearing it :D
| Isca 3/21/10 . chapter 1
I've been to a bird of prey show before (and actually ended up holding a Harris Hawk). So, naturally, this haiku was very special/personal for me.
"Peregrine heart, stay." That's kind of oxymoronic, really. A falcon's heart is free, so the fact that you paired it with "stay," is very crafty. I like this opening line. :)
I'm not sure about the syllable count of the second line. Is "gyre" two syllables? Is "while" two syllables? I guess it depends on pronounciation.
"I won't try to jess you." I love this ending; it's so beautiful and heart-wrenching.