|Reviews for Golden Axe|
| Kyre Crow 6/10/10 . chapter 1
You have this way with words, it seems. Or perhaps words have a way with you, shaping into something more than words.
And again this is the pain, I feel. Sad, a beautiful haunting.
| Isca 4/27/10 . chapter 1
"He who smiles at storms." Captivating opening line.
"Warns the lovers to unravel." How terribly interesting. I love your use of the word "unravel" here. This mane sounds like a male-version of 'The Fates.'
"He who smiles at the Basque moor." Lovely allusion. The writing here is quite archaic (in a good way). I like it.
The 'moon earring' stanza is my favourite; it's masterful indeed!
"Azure usherette." Oh my. The alliteration here is just delicious.
Keep up the excellent work, Juliet. :)
| YasuRan 4/27/10 . chapter 1
I'm going to interpret this as two lovers who are seperated because this young man happens to be a soldier or hunter of some sort and he doesn't wish to taint his delicate sweetheart with his work? XD. Yeah, laugh if you like but I love how your work always gets me thinking.
| Black Sparrow 4/27/10 . chapter 1
This is beautiful, I especially love the last four lines:
'he swallows a golden axe,
smiles upon the words that
Brilliant work and keep it up! :D
| Backseat Benediction 4/27/10 . chapter 1
like I said before, you have an amazing talent to shape words into whatever you want them to be. I love the first stanza- its very original and memorable. And the last line, oh dear, quite powerful. It's blunt, and I mean that in the best possible way. this is another treasure you have here.