Reviewer: White Magic
Date: 06/23/07 0:29
Chapter: Chapter 1

Great imagry!
i loved the poem......
it sets a tone and paints a picture that you can picture clearly!
yup!

Author's Response: Well thank you buddy, but was this before you found out what it was about or after? *wink* I'm glad that you enjoyed the imagery though! Thanks for reviewing.

Reviewer: Euphrates
Date: 06/19/07 20:34
Chapter: Chapter 1

Gosh, this is awesome. I absolutely love it. Being partial to Sirius poems, I'm a bit biased, but no bias is needed here to know that this is a great poem. I loved the shortness and simplicity of the lines and the simplicity of the meanings you wished to evoke. It just came across as very powerful and just...great.

My favorite parts:

Twelve years of isolation.
I need the reminder
To be human.


That part ws particularly well done, in my book. Great job with this poem! Please write more - I see you have three. Don't stop! *pokes*

Kate

Author's Response: Wow three reviews! *Is extremely excited* I'm glad that you liked it so much! And I promise to continue writing more! *salutes* ;)

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