|Reviews for Changing the Winds Waking After a Dream|
| Femme de Dieu chapter 1 . 7/11/2006
These truly are contrasting. I wish the two had been reversed- that you would've come to the realization to let go of things after the dream- but life doesn't always hand us things that way, does it?
I adore the line, "I lay in his eyes..." In fact, I much more relate myself to the second half...or the first...depending on the day. haha The days we feel strong we try to change the winds. But those blasted dreams!
For this particular instance, believe me, it's much better when they don't even know your name. What's so hard is when you're great friends, one wants more, but the other is content for things to stay the same. It's the sweetest of tortures...but torture all the same- thus I can really relate to: "It is all but a bitter laugh, That we always want what we can never have."
| The Restock Bandits chapter 1 . 11/28/2004
I liked both of them, but 'Changing the Winds' was best.
| Faithless Juliet chapter 1 . 11/24/2004
Today I felt like tearing all the old photographs down,-I love this line, nothing could be more true to life for me right now in my up the good work.