|Reviews for Midnights in March|
| Brenda Agaro 4/1/10 . chapter 1
I like how this is simple, but with strong imagery. Great structure as well.
| Punslinger 3/25/10 . chapter 1
Very good. Flows smoothly with some sharp images: "...the swirls/and swirls/my breath creates..." "silver threads/of yearny breath" I especially like: "the frenzy girls/stifle tight yelps."
| Isca 3/25/10 . chapter 1
"Hands folded into balls." Interesting image. I thought of baking, for some reason, when you make cookies or knead dough.
"While darting across the concrete." I love your use of the word "darting" here.
"A quick step quicksilver girl." Nice wordplay here. Quicksilver - a girl that slips through your hands.
"There's a method to the way you branch your fingers across
my face." Wow. I'm impressed by this line. Your use of the word "branch" here is simply phenomenal! :D
"Ninnies." Ahaha. I'm glad someone else still says this word too.
Keep up the good work, Juliet.
| Ganondorf The Dark Knight 3/25/10 . chapter 1
The work is permeating beauty. The chosen meter gave a softness, a flow, an ebb into each line or stanza until the sharp words 'bitten lip' gave its conclusion. "turn myself into / a portrait" was possibly by favorite description in this; though, "hands folded / into balls / in the pockets of / my blue pea coat" is a doubtless second. The applause from the other reviewer was rightly deserved.
| YasuRan 3/25/10 . chapter 1