|Reviews for ville de paris|
| Aidlyn chapter 1 . 11/16/2002
wow, this is wonderful! i love the imagery you create here! great job.
| aintawoman chapter 1 . 10/28/2002
words escape me to define your brilliance.
this is so very good.
| Kievsky chapter 1 . 10/28/2002
This is very nice, very beautiful. This really shows the grandness and the majesty of Admiral de Grasse and the French during the height of the old empire. I see it as capturing aristocratic glory (and a sort of antithesis to that in the ocean life) in a description of one second.
On a grammatical point, I think this poem really exemplifies your abilities for great word choice-the actual words and structure are spare, but you somehow fit layers and levels of emotion and meaning into every word.
And, as a completely unrelated point, I have discovered one important benefit from my AP US History class this year-I can read your poetry without having to run to an encyclopedia to find out who all the historical figures are.
| Lady Hamilton chapter 1 . 10/27/2002
| Piper Cub chapter 1 . 10/27/2002
The transformation at the end is quite wonderful. This one's going in my "Rose" folder ;)