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5/15/2006 c1 24Limited Edition
I really like the title of this one! It lured me. Evil thing.

Perfect flow and lovely, poetic language which sets a slow, yet nice pace. I'm also amazed that dialogue, which usually is used ever so freely by writers to spice up their writing wasn't needed at all; you did very well without it. (Oh how much don't I hate those who use too much of it! Please someone kill my little Shakespeare-wannabe soul).

The piece somehow makes me think of "The Alchemist" by Paolo Coelho, it somehow has the same mood so to speak.
2/5/2003 c1 Ripley
So tragic and bittersweet yet peaceful at the same time. I just don't know how you manage to do it, weave so much into less than 700 words. Incredible. The lines "the sun waved a silent goodbye to the day..." Wonderful imagery. Death as a release, an escape. I hope that little boy has found where he belongs.

I've always admired your innate talent for description but with this piece you've truly blown me away. Such a little treasure. I feel so fortunate to have found it. You have touched my soul, and I'm sure you will touch many more in the future.

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