|Reviews for ballet of the brokenboned|
| MajorSeventh chapter 1 . 7/1/2013
It is interesting that something so small and delicate as hummingbirds (with their wings beating so fast they are a blur) should be chosen to conduct a temporal regression to mend the fragile and 'desolate pieces of porcelain' and convey to them the knowledge of the cycle which is the message to the reader "It's okay to break once in a while." Yet the sadness of such breaks is the last reminder, as we are asked to look beyond the plastered smiles on the semi-automatons in an act of imagination where things can only 'seem' and be possibilities, as if we are children playing with porcelain dolls and we have to realise their fragility - as we do indeed need to aslo with people.
| BlameMyMuses chapter 1 . 9/5/2012
The imagery! You definitely have a way with words.
The message of 'it's okay to break' and to sort of accept that you're fallible, is really strong.
Amazing, really. Simply amazing.
| aria's melody chapter 1 . 7/13/2012
Amazing. One of the best pieces I've read on here :)
| AnonymousLily chapter 1 . 5/21/2012
This haunts. Really like the solemn smiles plastered . . . never rub off."
| B.A. Howard chapter 1 . 5/10/2012
I like this, very interesting and different from most of the nonsense I see on here. Good work