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for Garden of Wonder

7/22/2007 c1 Andromz
It really makes you think. It's lovely.
9/27/2006 c1 Animi.Somnio
Wow, I love this one. Especially the first couple of lines.
2/24/2006 c1 14TheColorPink
wow, that was amazing. It would have made shakespeare smile.;)
2/17/2006 c1 61Wingless Cherub
wow, I've changed my email address so many times I forgot how to login for a minute there. Now onto the actual review: This really reminds me of W.B. Yeats. Or Dante, who wrote the "Inferno" (yes, *the* "Inferno", as in **thee**, because there's only the one and it's awesome)-one of my favorite poem/stories/sonnets ever! Very deep; I like the mention of demons/vipers/heavenly creatures. Good contrasts. The only thing that I have to critisize is the word "deep"-it's used 4 times throughout. It's too repititious, you know? But maybe that's just me. As for the change in your profile, I like it. Very straight-forward and honest. Not everybody likes honesty or straight-forwardness, but we deal with those we come across (by stabbing them and dropping them in a canyon where nobody thinks to look until it starts to smell, but maybe I'm just a tad morbid this morning, haha). Overall, very good poetry. "Appreciative Offspring"-the first poem in the collection-will always remain my favorite, though. Hey, and why'd you take down Indian-Giver? I just noticed (yeah I'm slow), but I really liked that poem, too. It had some good tones. And I finally understood the title (yeah, I know, I'm *really* slow). PUT IT BACK!
2/9/2006 c1 71MidnightStar005
I love this poem. I am adding it to my favorites. Rock Out!

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