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10/11/2003 c1 The Black Rider
~~ All fans of the great Princess Mulan should visit the following site on information to discover her whereabouts: w.helpfindprincessmulan.0catch.com. So far poems dedicated to the Haiku mistress are being accepted at the site. The e-mail address is there if you wish to do so. Thank you. ~~
9/14/2003 c1 19Morncreek
Well-written. I like the last stanza best. For some reason, it just makes my imagination go.
6/14/2003 c1 200Ashes of a Willow
awesome job! It's amazing what people built all those years ago!
4/30/2003 c1 8glitterjewele
that was PHENOMENAL! you know, i've always wanted to see notre dame in person - what better way to go than to read princess mulan's poetry? it's a lovely piece, dahling. everything's great. the builders in the beginning made for a great start - kinda felt like i WAS a builder for a minute there. :P really enjoyed the "Church of Notre Dame . . . very magical" stanza. partly because of it's beautiful imagery, and partly because of the way it interrupted the format at a perfect time: transition from creation to existance. brilliant. fantastic description with the "statues and gargoyles/ornaments and stained glass/a gothic marvel" stanza. LOVED the allusion to Heraclius ("where Heraclius/calls for his crusade"). i loved all the rest of the allusions to historical figures, too, but heraclius just stood out for some reason. and the last stanza . . . "treasure chest of art/home of history, muse of tales/the great Notre Dame' . . . EXQUISITE. dynamite conclusion. this piece ROCKS! i can't wait to read the other two! gotta go grab dinner first, though (stupid grumbling stomach. grr). be back soon! INCREDIBLE job!
4/14/2003 c1 89Lyria Shard
I seriosuly enjoyed this series, being married in notre dame would be so cool!]

4/6/2003 c1 39Kesshi Mashin
What a strange muse it is. ^_~ Mind sharing it once in awhile? *laughs*

Another well done haiku. Keep on churnin' them out!
4/4/2003 c1 30Lioness Black
Lovely. I love it how you made history into art.
4/3/2003 c1 18Lexa
Beautiful! I've never been to Notre Dame or France at all, but if I ever do, I'm sure to remember your poem... you know a lot of art, and how to catch it into words. It's always a impressive feeling to stand in front of a centuries old church and think of the people who put their hearts and lifes into building it... the soul the old god's houses were build with. I love churches not only for religious reasons, but for this reason, too.
3/30/2003 c1 35aurias
Very nice. I'm impressed. :)
3/29/2003 c1 39speckled-rock
Good! ^_~
3/28/2003 c1 43Carter Tachikawa
Lol, muses love to play tricks on authors, ne? Another lovely poem. I've always wanted to visit Notre Dame. Anyway, keep it up.~CT
3/26/2003 c1 64not sure yet
interesting and beautifully done, extremely well written with excellent imagry, nicely done
3/25/2003 c1 36Psycho-kyugurl
I think your muse just gave a very brilliant idea indeed! I always love history more than anything else and this has certainly enlighten me. Thank you.
3/24/2003 c1 28ChaoxAngel
Wow, I've learnt a lot from reading this Haiku. Thanks for posting it up. Hehe.

3/24/2003 c1 48Liz Huisman
Wow! Thanks for sharing that, that was wonderful. I learned a bit, too... never a bad thing!
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