|Reviews for April Weather|
| Faithless Juliet chapter 1 . 4/28/2010
The overall meaning of this one is a bit allusive, you seem to tackle several emotions and topics, I did really enjoy the read though, your work is very good.
| Louis Denair chapter 1 . 4/5/2010
This is unremittingly beautiful in a sense. A landmark on the winding path of your ascension to literary proficiency. Although this path is dangerous, for too extreme a transcience, too vivid a glimpse into the 'other' world of the soul, the light 'the sun-shards and dew [that] seep', too far an excursion from the petrified forest and that "fever called life" of Poe, will undoubtedly lead to destruction of your earthly self, like in Poe's case. And poetic expression, beig a still earthly matter, will gradually abate with the loosenin of your ties with the intellectual and the strictly physical. But if that be the way, one can but enjoy the brief flicker of the flaming phoenix. Assuredly, the melodious and psychedelic repetition of the refrain, and the sweet contradiction within (drowse's ardor) contribute to a magical aura of the sublime, the otherworldly, a tangy hint of the Arabesque that sends the soul of the reader into the Orient of the Oversoul, if only for a brief time. This is an important piece and one you should take as a role model to develop and perfect.
| Mirabella chapter 1 . 3/29/2010
"Transient glow-flies, these burn your tiny wings;" - my favourite line. Stunning. :)