|Reviews for Ciao Bella|
| lipleaf chapter 1 . 7/18/2010
You have some really nice imagery here. :) I particularly like the line "Bella, we danced with the stars as crows." It's a lovely description. And the wordplay of "gutter, gutted" appealed to me. It was quite clever. Nice work.
| Isca chapter 1 . 7/14/2010
Darling, I don't even know what to say. I thank you, a thousand times over, for having the heart to write something about me. I'm unworthy.
"A belladonna among the dandelions." First of all, I love this opening line, particularly because of its ambiguity: it can either mean 'a beautiful woman among the dandelions' or 'deadly nightshade among the dandelions.' The latter interpretation pretty much rocked my world. :D
"Gutter, gutted." Clever.
"We admired the same moon." I'm glad you chose the moon and not the sun. Two sisters, separated, knowing that they see the moon with the same eyes.
I like the star/crow imagery; it feels very Native American to me.
"We are a rare breed." Indeed. We've been through Hell and managed to come out on the other side with an inch of our integrity still intact.
"We will lose ourselves in a velvet universe." I almost cried at that image. It's breath-taking.
"With a smile that could break and angel." -smirk- I'll take that as a compliment, love.
"Dear heart." That and "Dear one" are my favourite terms of endearment.
Three final statements:
2. We're warriors!
3. Ciao Bella. ;)