|Reviews for Wagnerian overtures of Isolde|
| Isca chapter 1 . 4/25/2009
"She meanders beatifically through the sorrow." Exactly. Even in the depths of woe, Isolde is a vision of beauty.
"Milady, I will tell this ghost effeminate to quiet his devotion for you." OH MY GOD! WHAT A PHENOMENAL LINE! This adds such brilliant depth and richness to the poem. Bravo. :D
Faithless Juliet, I bow, and thank you for such a wonderful piece,
| amavian chapter 1 . 4/24/2009
there's a lot of build up but not much else. i didn't understand what you wanted to say with this. it's just words. nothin new.