|Reviews for loss and death|
| The Wandering Musician chapter 1 . 9/7/2008
This is a very touching piece, but there were several errors that distracted me from the emotion. First of all, the saying is that "it is better to have loved" not "it is better to of loved." The verb here is "have loved," though when people are speaking they tend to abbreviate "have" with "'ve" (for instance, "I've already done that" or even "it'd've" in place of "it would have"). This is a fairly common mistake. I see it all the time.
Also, the last line should have "lose" instead of "loose". This might just be a typo, but the words mean different things. Once again, this is a very common mistake.
As I mentioned before, however, I do find the emotions here very touching, and the idea behind the last line is good. Keep up the good work!
Daughter of the Faeries