I really loved it, although I'm not supposed to write that. I really loved all the descriptive words, and the soft, gentle, (how should I say this...) sway of the words. It was Ginny, right? I like the part in the middle where they kiss. That has a very sad, lonesome quality to it. Very good. I hope you had as much fun writing it as I did reading it (even though I know that sounds SO cheesy), because I felt really at peace when I read about the lake, and the colors. The picture you put in my mind is just so beautiful. I'm sure it'll stay with me for a long, long time. Thanks so much for sharing this with all of us. It was wonderful!
Author's Response: aw, thanks! Yes, it was Ginny. ;) ~Evie
Aw, this was terribly sad but extremely well written. I absolutely adore the poem you used--- I first heard it when I had to recite it for a class, then in the movie 'The Outsiders' if you've seen it. ;) Anyhow, this was very brilliant--- I really liked it, and the pairing of the poem with it was a nice choice.
Author's Response: I actually got it from the book the outsiders, and I watched the film after I wrote it. I don't like how he reads it in the film, though. He has breakes in all the wrong places, IMO. Anyways, I'm so glad you liked it! ::D ~Evie