|Reviews for Under the moon|
| RainSprite chapter 1 . 9/5/2009
Even if this is short, I like this. Good job
The title of the poem sets some of the mood. By 'Under the moon' - we're already given the notion that it's night time, and at times, the moon in the dark sky is considered to be a romantic setting.
This isn't a very complex poem - in the sense that it's very easy to picture, which is a good thing. A romantic setting is present, and it seems like the speaker is very much in love with the fairy. The use of the harp helps as well, since the harp is something like a romantic instrument.
However, "she plays her spell across my heart" - if I recall correctly, there were some types of fairies that could entrance the listeners with the playing of a harp. If so, the last few lines seem to set a darker theme, as even though the speaker has been entranced, this could all very much be a "game" that he fell prey to.
| kyox88 chapter 1 . 8/28/2009
love the last two linenot bad at all