|Reviews for Blacksmiths and Roses|
| R.C. Wulfe chapter 1 . 2/28
This was mesmerizing, thought-provoking, and all together lovely to read. I especially enjoyed the word choices here, they make the whole piece stand out all the more. Really lovely.
| Woedin chapter 1 . 2/19
What a beautiful metaphor, comparing writers to blacksmiths, I just LOVE this imagery of yours so much my friend. For poets do with great effort, hammer out candor itself using words as their ore. To forge the thoughtful, the inspiring, the remarkable, or reflective things that others might see them and know. Are we not compelled by both the scared heart, or the fulfilled heart, to make those blades, or spades. And quench them in the cooling waters of sharing to harden. Is it not our faith, that guides pen and hammer alike, to extinguish those fires, that burn the soul? ~You truly have a way with words Ata~