Reviewer: Oregonian
Date: 03/28/14 10:34
Chapter: The Show Must Go On

Hi, Nagini. If this is one of your early poems, then I must say you showed your talent early. I particularly like it because, although the word choices are so apt and perceptive, it is also very accessible, so I do not have to struggle (early in the morning, having recently gotten up) to understand any of it. I love how you take little moments and expand them so perceptively.

Vicki

Author's Response: Thank you! I sometimes feel as though some of my earlier poems are far better than today's work, but that's only because half the time I happen across a poem I don't remember writing and I am struck by how metaphorical and poignant they are. :) Stand by for more of my earlier poems...

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