Reviewer: Gmariam
Date: 06/06/07 9:44
Chapter: How This Bell Tolls

Hi Wendelin!
I wanted to read another one of your poems and thought this was a great title. It was also a good poem! I really liked the rhyme scheme you used, with two lines rhyming and a third that sort of concluded each stanza. It flowed very well. I also liked how the poem told a story, as sad as it was. You could really feel the bitterness of this piece. Great job! Thanks for my lovely banner, and CONGRATS on making the top ten list!
~Gina :)
PS. What couple did you have in mind when you were writing this piece??

Reviewer: WunderWitch
Date: 03/27/07 7:42
Chapter: How This Bell Tolls

im not sure who it's about, but i lurve it!!

Reviewer: Soccer_rocks_likeHP
Date: 03/24/07 11:57
Chapter: How This Bell Tolls

That is so depressingly sad! I like how you did say flat out who the poem was about. I love how you put everything into great detail! You're a fantastic writer!

Reviewer: Elissy
Date: 03/16/07 7:36
Chapter: How This Bell Tolls

Very nice. I really love the style you have.

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