Reviews for Writings from the Black Lagoon
Spirit Tigress chapter 13 . 2/2/2007
*Blink, blink* All I can say is that there was some really random stuff in there...

Spirit Tigress chapter 12 . 2/2/2007
I liked the first two, esp. the first. Don't really wanna know why trust me.

Spirit Tigress chapter 11 . 2/2/2007
Two interesting reads. I'll be reading more asap!
Spirit Tigress chapter 10 . 2/2/2007
It was sooner! This is interesting; I've never seen a poem done from the POV of weather before.

Spirit Tigress chapter 9 . 2/2/2007
This was nice! Funny too! Enjoyed reading it! I'll read some more sooner or later!

Spirit Tigress chapter 8 . 2/2/2007
"My pet rock is smarter than you. True, true. I can’t remember who said it, or what the situation was, but it’s just as funny without a name, right?" Yeah, it's still funny!


Sorry for not reviewing lately. Japansese HW and other stuff cloging my day.

Oh for chapter 25: if you want the uncut version I'll e-mail it to you. read the warning first.
empathic life chapter 13 . 1/25/2007
And. All I shall say is... the carpet beside my chair smells like applesauce. Which I found out when I fell out of my chair from laughing and sat on the floor gasping for air... and the air made it up my nose, and had the distinct scent of applesauce. And yes. These quotes are hilarious. I love them. Love. Love. Love. I am very tired now. So I'm going to bed now. Because apparently I have just run out of chapters to review. Huh. Oh well. Tiredly, and entirely yours, Alex (G'night! )
empathic life chapter 12 . 1/25/2007
Cute. Personally, I favored number two, because I had a test like that today, and that's exactly how it was... Y'know, when you're trying to write really fast, and your hand starts shaking, and it just slows you down? Yeah. Anyways. Number four was lovely, very eloquent. The "shades of shadow" bit was perfect. Number one was all right, but not quite up to standard with the others. Number three, a lovely bit of truth that everyone can relate to. And finally Number five, which... most definitely follows the prompt. I do hope your teacher was okay, and didn't die in a car crash. Because that'd be devestating. Syllable-ly, Alex
empathic life chapter 11 . 1/25/2007
Oh honey honey- How very true. Your writing style was odd in this poem. Not so much artsy and images as hard facts and simple truths. Still a lovely piece, but in a different sort of way. / in my pocket- I like this poem. Short, quirky, original. Still artistic, even when there's only five lines. The way you integrated the franglais bits in there was fabulous, and definitely gave the poem that little bit that makes it truly marvelous. Quirkily, Alex
empathic life chapter 10 . 1/25/2007
Aw! It's so adorable. I love little kids, because they ask such amazing questions. The ending of each stanza with the forever, ever repetition really tied the whole thing together, and added a quirky side to an admittedly overused idea (Sorry, but it's true ). So. Anyways. Lovely imagery, as usual, and an overall great piece. Cooingly, Alex
empathic life chapter 9 . 1/25/2007
Felicia, love. Where on earth do you get this stuff from? This is... bizarre, and crazy, and scary... and sad. But still entertaining overall, with a strange humorous tint. Huh. Definitely... unique. And... very science fiction-like. Which is good. I like science fiction. Anyways... Bizarre, but lovely. Blinkingly, Alex
empathic life chapter 8 . 1/25/2007
Wow. And you think my friends are amusing. Ha. I wish my friends were this funny. That'd rock. And I wish my teachers were as cool as yours, too. Why are you so dang lucky, Felicia? Sheesh. Anyways. Lovely (and very, very funny) collection of quotes... Um. Awkwardly, Alex
empathic life chapter 7 . 1/25/2007
Wow. Definitely one of my favourites. I love your descriptions; they're always so poetic and vivid. The way you had the girl there, but not really affecting the area, and not really being affected by it either, was rather interesting. It reminded me of William Faulkner's books... because he uses ideas like that a lot. And yes. The ending was lovely, with the woods waking just like they did the day before, even with the girl gone. It's just... I don't know. Can't put it in words. Huh. But seriously, fantastic work. Devotedly, Alex
empathic life chapter 6 . 1/25/2007
Very... Felicia. I love it; the descriptions of the grapes were, well, truthful, of course, but it didn't really sound like you put your best effort into it. The descriptions didn't flow very well, and some of the lines were a bit cliched, which is odd for you, because you're the queen of not cliche-ing. But the ending made up for it all, with its quirkiness and the screaming grapes. Definitely entertaining. A lovely job. Love, Alex
empathic life chapter 5 . 1/25/2007
Wow. An odd mix between poetry style and almost journalistic style. Very nice. The way it begins with the soliquoy (is that how it's spelled?), all facts and memories, and then the transition to eloquence and ideas is perfect. And the last line is... apathos? Is that the word? It makes you feel. And any author who can make the reader feel is truly an artist. Truly, Alex
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