|Reviews for A Petrarchan Sonnet: ¡EL CHUPACABRA!|
| the sacred night chapter 1 . 4/3/2007
You're so funny. Actually it fits really well, because sonnets are supposed to have a twist at the end. Or English sonnets are. Italian sonnets have it around lines 8 and 9, and I don't know about Petrarchan sonnets, since the only time I read them is when English sonnets are based on them.
| Venustas iaceo chapter 1 . 4/1/2007
Oh my gosh, candelabra DOES rhyme with chupacabra. That's pretty amusing. I was watching a show on chupacabras today, haha. Cows with missing utters and what not.
That was pretty awesome, despite the (for you?) which seemed awkward, really. And breaking scheme? Fahh. Not to worry - you're a modern writer. They're supposed to be abstract (but often fail miserably). Plus, you have it about goat sucker. What's not cool about a goat sucker? It's a million times better than say... a yeti.
What's 'knock-kneed' fright? Where you can't move? I'm curious.
Wow, this is a really crappy review. I apologize for that... I usually don't suck (I think).
| Cattails chapter 1 . 3/31/2007
Hehe, that last line is so cute _ Very nicely written :P
| Piko-chan chapter 1 . 3/30/2007
I like it a lot too! Good job.
| Rachelmorph chapter 1 . 3/30/2007
You're nifty darling, but also slightly disturbed.