|Reviews for in Casablanca|
| Kirney Slate chapter 1 . 2/9/2003
Lyrical discriptions in this one, very interesting form you are developing here. Enjoyed this guy,
'I am plagued by the ghosts of economy'
very well developed themes.
| Once in a blue moon chapter 1 . 2/9/2003
Well, first of all, it is obviously not a rhyming poem - I don't think that rhming the words would work here. It seems to me like the whole time you're in some desert oasis... but maybe you can't enjoy the shade. I don't know, but I think it's a good sign when the words you use bring images to mind - even if they are not the images you intend. I think it was also a little mournful - missing something you have never had. Wonderful job.
| makkenjii chapter 1 . 2/7/2003
Delightful. I really enjoy the interspersed sections of "the girl." Excellent work.
| the Queen of Jupiter chapter 1 . 2/7/2003
Oh my Lord, this was absolutely exquisite. I love it! Ahhhh! The imagery, and the wording, and the obvious feeling put into it...my favorite was the seventh one for David. Wow. Absolutely, positively, gorgeous. Wow.
Keep writing! Peace
| E. Gao chapter 1 . 2/5/2003
Now I know what it
is about these kinds of poems that enchants
They all read so
much like prose, like the stories I
never dared to write,
for fear that someone would
read them and smile knowingly, for
fear that no one would read them.
And long poems, short poems, what's
the difference, as long as they
matter? It seems like each is a faint,
quaint portrait that greets the
reader with secrets, secrets so
alive. Secrets so aflame.
Everything is alive in your poems.