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9/18/2012 c1 28Silvertalons
This is very interesting. Good job!
9/14/2012 c1 Casia
Nice. I like the names of all the people mentioned - they're pretty unique. Style was good, too.
9/8/2012 c1 4Feiknstafir
Wow, really good. The flow is amazing, and I loved the use of all the poisons, really clever stuff. I could read a whole book with this subject, style and characters (I'm reminded of Beowulf for some reason). Keep it coming.
7/29/2012 c1 16Dragon made me do it
I always enjoy it when I read something where I haven't seen anything like it before. You have avoided any kind of awkwardness that can come from rhyme by giving it an etherial, slightly morbid quality. Using the names of old plant-based poisons adds another layer of interest. I like the way you start in the interrogation room and work backwards through the events to eventually show some sympathy for Oleander.

Just one typo, I assume the period in the middle of 'atone' in the third last line was not deliberate?

Well done, fascinating little gem of a piece.
4/22/2012 c1 45Onearmwonder21
I liked the descriptiveness of this poem but I also disliked how at times it was too storylike.

4/7/2012 c1 6Melodious Madness
This is gorgeous. I love the part with the names and the end.

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