|Reviews for Countertransference|
| Obake chapter 1 . 7/14/2003
Oh well about the implications(and I'm on the computer about once every two weeks).
The first three lines of I_ ish so pretty. Ballroom spreading in the fullmoon's light. Yes. I am expanding the image by a little. Only a little(sarcasm drop).
Whatever the implications, your poems are still very pretty.
| lemoncane chapter 1 . 7/11/2003
i just read the porn poem so at the beginning i thought this was going to be one too! lol! ya so good poem emerald ;)! lol!
| Kievsky chapter 1 . 7/7/2003
Very done. The piano motif is wonderful of course, because I love piano. And although I'm not particularly fond of slash, you're right, it's written to be very subjective. Personally I'd probably interpret it as the piano man's daughter projecting her own image onto the prodigy and aspiring to the love and popularity that she believes the other girl may passively receive. This is great, though. Wonderful images stated and abstract.
| MIKE chapter 1 . 7/7/2003
Okay, first of all - I get the impression of incest. Esp. first paragraph. After that I couldn't concentrate enough to really read your poem PP
What can I say? intepretation1
| chabonluver69 take a guess chapter 1 . 7/7/2003
transference...countertransference...desublimation...burning sack of dog turds. I like it.
| aintawoman chapter 1 . 7/6/2003
This absolutely knocks me out.
And I'm no longer thinking how badly I wanted that last lingering cigarette in my purse...
| Split Ends chapter 1 . 7/6/2003
Oh! *sucks in breath*
This is brilliant. The images are wonderful, the choice of words. How the pianoman daughter seems like she has no identity and it is her father who does. The piano man, and his nameless daughter, her 'clean hotel bed' that contrast with her feelings and longings and how she's so vulnerable from it all.
My favourite bits, definitely:
"she will instead buy the girl
lemonade because she cannot
give anything but
"why the piano man demanded a daughter from his wife,
she knows she is only a pentimento in front of which mothers exhale their own dead dreams,"
Death Fairy, you should really stop knocking people out like you're doing to me. It feels like I've been hit by a three tonne whale.