|Reviews for Cloud Castle|
| Ernest Bloom chapter 1 . 6/26/2009
this kind of form i find difficult to pull off
convincingly. you succeed in spite of the
repetition of clouds and castles, although
that's probably my chief complaint: finding
enough variety to adequately express the
physical and sensorial and symbolic
degrees of cloudhood. still, not bad.
| Isca chapter 1 . 6/20/2009
"The wind blows-demurely brushing ‘gainst the tender stones." I love the way in which you connect the earth and the air here-how harmonious.
"Is swinging low and like a violin." My God. I daresay I stopped breathing for a moment when I read this line. The castle falls, lowly, like a violin? That's...well, that's...incredible. :)