Reviews For In Dreams
Reviewer: 1000timesingoldenink
Date: 03/03/13 11:51
Chapter: Chapter 1

Oh my gosh, this is a beautful sonnet. I know sonnets are hard, because of the meter and whatnot...but this one pulls it off perfectly; every single line flows smoothly. And your language feels just right for the time, and the idea behind the poem is so lovely! :D

Sorry about the complete lack of constructive crit. You're just too good at poetry...

Reviewer: Equinox Chick
Date: 03/03/13 5:12
Chapter: Chapter 1

This is so fabulous. You really have the most wondrous knack of writing sonnets that flow beautifully. This lilted along leaving me adrift. *sigh*

Bad review is bad, but take it as read that I love this. ~Carole~

Reviewer: Oregonian
Date: 03/03/13 2:46
Chapter: Chapter 1

This poem reflects not only the startling (and sometimes unsettling) suddenness of "deja vu", but also the joy of unexpected fulfillment of a dear wish. Just a tiny moment in time, but nicely and clearly outlined.

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