Reviews For Years Forgotten
Reviewer: mcclure_512
Date: 09/15/06 20:08
Chapter: Years Forgotten

I've always been a fan of your poetry Foxy. I've been away awhile from fanfiction, and I'm glad your still kicking around here, writing more poems for me to enjoy. =)

Author's Response: *grins*

Thanks. It's always nice to have loyal fans ;-)

Reviewer: Periwinkle
Date: 09/15/06 18:18
Chapter: Years Forgotten

CHRISTINA!

You amazing, lovely darling! *huggles and squees*

I love that this poem doesn't rhyme, yet there IS repetition. The 'Look' grabs the reader's attention -- a very useful skill if you want them to read the poem.

I love the second and last stanzas especially, since they relate themselves to us. What's interesting is that in the first three sentences between the stanzas, you mention animals. Yet the last phrase includes humans, in this case, girls. I really like that.

The beautiful waves of green and blue.
A serene experience of sight.


That's one of my favorite parts -- the imagery plays out wonderfully and the image that forms in my mind is breathtaking.

*SQUEES*

Thank you again, love: I could say this millions of times, for the poem and the banner as well! *hugs*

*grins and reads again*


Author's Response: ANNA!

*loves*

Thank you for this. I just love your reviews :-) I'm so glad you like your birthday present

*huggles*

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