|Reviews for Lunar Lady|
| classic violet chapter 1 . 6/24/2012
I love like, the generalization of night in this yet she's a person. I also love the diction in this, especially" her fingers through shadows to stir the silhouettes of the insomniacs, the romantics, the wanderers". I love it.
| Pocket Muse chapter 1 . 6/5/2012
i like: "drags her fingers through/shadows" and "crescent of her spine."
but the poem, i'm not sure how the moon feels. she seems almost happy and sweet in the middle but near the end her tears have frozen to her dress? is there some literal aspect about the moon that i'm missing? i know the "dark side" is ridiculously cold, is that what you were referring to?
in the beginning, after "nocturnal:" are you referring to the stars and constellations as the "silhouettes" she stirs?