|Reviews for I Look Up At a Crimson Sky|
| Aesthete chapter 1 . 4/7/2003
Lovely...yeah absolutely beautiful...sorry i'm at a loss of words but i really love your work...u should consider writing for a living...
btw, what does 'Tachikawa' mean? I'm a curious person...
| BecomingMyself chapter 1 . 3/6/2003
I find it hard to review your work. English is not my first language so it's hard for me to get words like crimson. It describes a color I don't get. Still I think I understand the poem.
I have the feeling it's about a love coming from out of the blue. Being mature and more secure in recognizing the feelings of a real connection you are not afraid to show your love any more. Yet you're not "free" any more, so you have to be classy and show it just by holding hands, which can express much more than just sex.
I think this could be A meaning to the poem.
I did my very best, okay?
To me it is a good one, like most of your other work!
Let me thank you for all your reviews to my writing, which I like to rhyme and sometimes they don't.
It is much appreciated.
| Psycho-kyugurl chapter 1 . 3/5/2003
Roses cascading from the sky? Unbelievable.I like this.
| Nemurenai chapter 1 . 2/5/2003
Somehow I get the image of sakura and not roses, which is irritating. The poem was nice, though, although my mind is just interpreting it strangely. It feels weird to say 'good character interaction' in reference to a poem, but...yeah, nice character interaction
| Moonwinges chapter 1 . 1/18/2003
Wow, such beautiful imagery. I can almost see the red sky . . . I'm not sure if I caught the meaning very well though. In response to your review of Weaver, I'm not sure what you mean by spaces. It appeared perfectly formatted to me, the same as your stories. I also disagree with you - poetry shouldn't be repetitive, unless you are repeating an important stanza or line word for word. The point of poetry is to make every word count, and repetition doesn't do that.
| AaZz chapter 1 . 1/11/2003
| axania chic chapter 1 . 12/13/2002
wow really deep good job
| Dawn I. Cambridge chapter 1 . 11/20/2002
wow... beautiful... it touches me... and yet seems so sad, in a way...
| Morbane chapter 1 . 11/19/2002
:) Lovely. I like the image of a crimson sky, a bit ambiguous since it could be good or bad. It sort of has a refrain to it. And thank *you* for your review.
| Rini chapter 1 . 11/16/2002
Beautiful, I loved the imagery, and the whole rose aspect. Seemed very abstract, surreal to me, and brought my mind to thinking. Amazing poem.
| Jade6 chapter 1 . 11/12/2002
I loved this piece and I just wanted to tell you what I got out of it.
I know the second last stanza made the poem seem like it ended on a happy note but I choose to take the last two lines as something more ominous. To me the falling roses symbolized being burried under romantic delusions... but that might just be because I have a tendancy to look for the negative rather then the positive. *shrugs*
ps - sorry for my spelling!
| Val Mora chapter 1 . 11/3/2002
I'm not sure I understand. What is the place supposed to be? What are the roses? I realize that this is coming to terms with yourself, but I'm not sure how everything ties together. It's great writing, though, and I really adore how unique it is - I don't know many people who use second person at all in their stories. It's very original!
| visiondust chapter 1 . 9/15/2002
...beautiful imagery... i can almost smell the roses...
| Cu Sith chapter 1 . 9/5/2002
*Stares at screen* Wow. That was really really good! - Right, I'm adding it to favorites...
| schande chapter 1 . 9/2/2002
very sweet. i enjoyed it.
mind checking out a few of my poems and stuff? :P