Reviews For Stars dance
Reviewer: lupinslover12
Date: 03/26/06 20:29
Chapter: Stars dance

Great poem! However, the form was a little inconsistant. Still...that was good, and only two other reviews? Unfortunately, poetry isn't that popular, and reviews make writers days. I've started the Feel Good Poetry Review Chain. You have been tagged by the Chain. Now you must review someone else. Good luck!

Author's Response: Thanks. The poem was meant to be free verse to there is no real form outside of the rhythem of the words, and the only way I can justify that is by saying it looks the way I say it in my head. It is a pity that poetry isn't more popular, mais c'est la vie.

Reviewer: Cinderella Angelina
Date: 03/11/06 18:00
Chapter: Stars dance

Cool poem! I do wonder how you managed to put it in a category-less place. I never would've found it but for an accidental click of the mouse button. The words didn't make a whole lot of sense, but the overall tone was rather nice, like a whispered dream or a lullabye like you said. It was nice. Might want to move it to the poetry category, though.

Author's Response: I've no idea how I managed to put it in a catagory-less place either, but my computer is acting up and won't let me move it or delete it. Quite frusterating really.

Reviewer: ginny_babe92
Date: 03/08/06 23:37
Chapter: Stars dance

Wow, that was really good. I didn't understand a couple of the words, but it's a great poem, well done!

Author's Response: Thanks. I know I can be a bit of a thesaurous at times- I blame it on reading too much. I'm glad you enjoyed it!

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