|Reviews for Oil|
| Isca 6/10/10 . chapter 1
This is an excellent haiku! I like that "our Gods" suggests a pluralism of religions (and I'm used to seeing poems about Christianity and such; it's a nice change here). 'Where the oil runs deep' sounds like a line that could be from a classic lit. novel (and that's precisely what you want, so kudos). :)
| Ms. ALS 6/10/10 . chapter 1
as a Texan, and also as the granddaughter of someone who worked in the oil fields, this caught my eye.
i love the sound of this- i read it aloud, because i believe most poetry is meant to be spoken.
there are a lot of ways to take this- obviously, being Texan, oil means something different to me than it might mean to someone else. i'm curious as to what you felt when you wrote this.
you have a lovely way of stringing words together.
also, thank you for your kind review of nurture.
| nickyO 6/9/10 . chapter 1
Clever. Love it.
| Heartafire 6/9/10 . chapter 1
Very profound. Are yu missing a syllable in the last line?
| Black Sparrow 6/9/10 . chapter 1
That's well said there :)
| YasuRan 6/8/10 . chapter 1
Lovely. Sounds like the beginning of a novel :)