|Reviews for Danube|
| inAnutshelLkizZ chapter 1 . 12/7/2003
i like this poem, i actually get it...:sigh: us nature freaks..lol..btw thanks for the reviews. as always...keep it up!
| light of middle earth chapter 1 . 10/13/2003
I like this a lot- often i have thought the same (apart from the love part) but i have never managed to capture it in type,
Well done ;)
| Caitir chapter 1 . 10/12/2003
i likes it. very nice. trying to figure out where you're from... hmm... i haven't finished geography yet, so i have no idea. anyway, very nice, please keep writing like this. it's really wonderful.
| IHJ chapter 1 . 10/12/2003
Indeed, this is a poem to be proud of. There's only one typo marring this. "He is here too, did you tell him off me?" That shocked me and ruined the sweet, yet maturing mood of the poem. Please correct the typo and then the poem will be perfect. (I know NOTHING can REALLY be perfect, but as perfect as us mortals can accomplish.)
There is wonderful flow, rhythm and rhyme in this poem as well as...a mood of tranquility and compassion. A connectiveness with the river, with nature.
I do not know where the Danube river is, but if you are lucky to live in a place long enough (or even for a short while) to feel at peace with the environment and natural...features. *looking slightly askance at choice of words* I can't think of anything else to say except: Beautiful poem.
| Cirien Phoenix chapter 1 . 10/6/2003
Man, that was a long poem! Wait, the Danube isn't in America is it? I didn't think so. I suck at geography so I couldn't tell you. All I live next to is the crappy Erie Canal. Nothing to write about. It's a muddy little strip of water. Nothing special at all. THis was a vvery meaningful poem. I love it!
Cirien Phoenix of the Eternal Phlame
| Schizophrenic Doll chapter 1 . 10/4/2003
Wow...this was excellently done. I definately give it two thumbs up. I want to extend to you a great thank you, I was thinking of giving up on my writing for people just stopped reading my stuff. You brought back my spark and my hope. Thank you dearly.
Never willing to cave into others' beliefs just to fit in...Tyche Shadows
| L. Spiritwood chapter 1 . 10/4/2003
That poem was really umm... real. Is that the right word? It had so much imagery and so much emotion in it, I could just feel it as if it were real. I felt sort of tingly when I read the line that said "And your stories set me free."
| inquistrix chapter 1 . 10/4/2003
beautiful. expressed pretty well...u live by the danube river? awesome.
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