|Reviews for Icicles|
| Femme de Dieu chapter 1 . 12/13/2006
This was excellent. You do have a way of looking at ordinary objects in a different "light." i.e. your poem "In a Jar" as well.
The more I read of your work (and sorry for the long absence... I was dealing with some personal issues) the more I am loving it. I hope your muse has not left you again, as you haven't posted for over a month. I would love to have more to read. Seems my favorite authors don't write as often as I'd like. *pouts* Truly, en Deuil
| Aelux chapter 1 . 8/23/2006
I wish I lived in an area where it got cold enough to form icicles - i've only ever seen snow once in my life, in person, but it was not even an inch lol.
You had such a way with words in this poem, I could really picture the sunrise echoing it's brilliance through those icicles. How at night they could seem to be haunting. Then you end it beautifully with their conclusion. Perfect.
| simpletonsgrin chapter 1 . 8/10/2005
Wow. You've managed to make reading about icicles frightening. I've always thought of them as pleasant reminders of childhood (the purest popsicles- the best things are earth-made), but your poem did manage to creep me out. (see it as a compliment- I'm generally indifferently amazed).
also, THANK YOU for the totally sweet, kind, flattering, ego-boosting review you gave Gas-leak Love. You are so my hero right now.
| Faithless Juliet chapter 1 . 5/8/2005
Deep, and well-detailed, I enjoyed it, keep up the good work.